Sheet-like material permeable to water vapor but not to

    liquid or air
    In this photo, the air barrier paper is pr...
Soffit vents create the required intake

    ventilation to keep attic cool
Ridge vents: located at highest point of roof and are

    necessary to evenly distribute air across the roof’s ridge
Gable vent: located high in the wall at opposite

    ends of the attic; necessary to create cross draft
    for attic ve...
Roof turbine: necessary to ventilate attic by

    releasing/eliminating hot air and water vapor
A tractor with an attached hydraulic hinged boom used for

    excavating earth for footings, slabs, etc.
    Bucket widt...
Temporary frame built just outside the corner of an excavation to

    carry marks that lie on the surface planes of the ...
This arch is a segmental arch except it only has one course of

    soldiers bricks in its design
This is a roman arch

This is a roman arch with a keystone

This is a flemish bond consisting of header and stretcher bricks

    laid in alternating fashion shown. Each header is l...
This is a running bond, characterized by

    just continuing courses of stretchers.
Rowlocks

Header

Sailor

Soldier:

Rowlock Strecther

Similar to a Utility Brick: 3”x10 ½”x3 ½”

Norman Brick: 3 ½”x11 ½”x2 ¼”

Large, powerful tractor having a vertical blade at the front

    end used for moving earth, tree stumps, rocks, etc.
   ...
Brick clad structure

EFIS clad structure

Stone clad structure

Wood board clad

Wood shingle siding is typically smoother and sawn

    Wood Shake siding is usually split and has a rough rustic appeara...
code requires habitable
•the
• rooms other than kitchens to be 70 sq. ft.
or larger
•code requires ceiling height to be a
...
10’”
•Tread:
•Riser 6 ½”
•IBC tread and riser requirements are:
minimum 10” tread and maximum 7 3/4 “
riser
•This stair me...
Control Joint: an intentional,
linear discontinuity in a structure,
designed to form a plane of
weakness where cracking ca...
Isolation Joint: joint in slab or other structure that isolates it from the

    vibrations or potential movement of anot...
Concreter Masonry Unit- a block of hardened concrete with or without hollow cores.

    Designed to be laid in the same m...
Split block       Ribbed faced block
                 
Exterior Flush Door

Transom-small window directly above a

    door.
Sidelight-a tall narrow window on the

    side of a door.
Power Pole-used to support power

    lines as they run down the road and
    then to your service head.
    Transformer-...
Service Head- where

    the eletrical lines
    enter the house
Meter-measures the amount of electricity your house is consuming

Service Panel- distributes electricity to various circuits throughout the

    house. (one picture has not had the breake...
Duplex receptacle- electrical outlet with

    two spaces for plugs.
Sill Plate   1 Anchor Bolt
4 subflooring   3 Floor Joist
6 stud   5 sole plate
8 ceiling joist   7 top plate
10 roof decking   9 rafter
12 stringer   11 sheathing
A loader having a shovel or bucket at the end of an articulated arm

    located at the front of the vehicle
    Used for...
Gypsum Board-interior facing panel with

    a gypsum floor sandwiched between
    paper faces.
Heat Pump- a device that utilizes a refrigeration cycle either to heat or cool

    a building by passing air or water ov...
Air Handling Unit- actually

    sends the cooled refrigerant to
    a coil in the supply duct that
    cools the circula...
Blanket/batt insulation

    Loose fill

    Foamed

    Rigid Board

Concrete Lintel

Concave Joint-Tooled   Convex Joint-Tooled
1 ½” Pipe is used for draining a lavatory

3” pipe is used to drain a watercloset

Plumbing Vent-

    vents plumbing
    fixture pipes so
    that they drain
    properly.
Integral

A wood panel composed of an odd number of layers of wood

    veneer bound together under pressure
Reflective foil

    placed adjacent to
    an airspace in roofs
    or walls as a
    deterent to infrared
    energy.
Gutter-catches all the water before it leaves the roof

    Downspot-water leaves the gutter and travels down the side of...
Splash Block

Underlayment-waterproof material laid between roof sheathing and

    roofing, keeps sheathing dry
Clay tile roof

shingle-a small unit of water-

    resitant material nailed in
    overlapping fashion, so as to
    make a roof or wall...
Metal panel roofing-

    preformed panels of
    galvenized or alluminized
    steel.
gable

gambrel

hip

Mansard

Ridge

 Valley
 Eave
 Rake
 Fascia
 Soffit
Coursed ashlar

Liquid Applied Waterproofing- to keep

    water from entering the structure
Weep Hole-a small opening whose purpose is to permit drainage of

    water that accumulates inside a building component.
Casement Window- hinged along the

    edges and projects out when operated
Doublehung- both top and bottom lites

    move up and down
Jalousie-operates by the vent-like panes opening vertically by

    operating a crank like mechanism.
Visual Dictionary-Caulk
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  1. 1. Sheet-like material permeable to water vapor but not to  liquid or air In this photo, the air barrier paper is preventing infiltration of  air into house via walls
  2. 2. Soffit vents create the required intake  ventilation to keep attic cool
  3. 3. Ridge vents: located at highest point of roof and are  necessary to evenly distribute air across the roof’s ridge
  4. 4. Gable vent: located high in the wall at opposite  ends of the attic; necessary to create cross draft for attic ventilation
  5. 5. Roof turbine: necessary to ventilate attic by  releasing/eliminating hot air and water vapor
  6. 6. A tractor with an attached hydraulic hinged boom used for  excavating earth for footings, slabs, etc. Bucket width of this particular one is: 23” 
  7. 7. Temporary frame built just outside the corner of an excavation to  carry marks that lie on the surface planes of the basement that will be built in the excavation. Used for running lines 
  8. 8. This arch is a segmental arch except it only has one course of  soldiers bricks in its design
  9. 9. This is a roman arch 
  10. 10. This is a roman arch with a keystone 
  11. 11. This is a flemish bond consisting of header and stretcher bricks  laid in alternating fashion shown. Each header is layed on center with the stretcher below it.
  12. 12. This is a running bond, characterized by  just continuing courses of stretchers.
  13. 13. Rowlocks 
  14. 14. Header 
  15. 15. Sailor 
  16. 16. Soldier: 
  17. 17. Rowlock Strecther 
  18. 18. Similar to a Utility Brick: 3”x10 ½”x3 ½” 
  19. 19. Norman Brick: 3 ½”x11 ½”x2 ¼” 
  20. 20. Large, powerful tractor having a vertical blade at the front  end used for moving earth, tree stumps, rocks, etc. Also used to help bring a site to grade  Bulldozer blade measurement: 96” 
  21. 21. Brick clad structure 
  22. 22. EFIS clad structure 
  23. 23. Stone clad structure 
  24. 24. Wood board clad 
  25. 25. Wood shingle siding is typically smoother and sawn  Wood Shake siding is usually split and has a rough rustic appearance  Wood shake clad structure seen 
  26. 26. code requires habitable •the • rooms other than kitchens to be 70 sq. ft. or larger •code requires ceiling height to be a minimum of 7 ft. •Code requires that half of the area of a room have at least a seven foot ceiling height. •Code Requires Windows 24” max above finish floor •IBC Requires a safe means of egress, accessibility for persons with disabilities, fire resistance, fire protection systems, weather resistance, finishes, and interior environments •This window meets code for egress because it fits perameters of: a net width of opening being no less than 20 inches and the net height of no more than 24 inches
  27. 27. 10’” •Tread: •Riser 6 ½” •IBC tread and riser requirements are: minimum 10” tread and maximum 7 3/4 “ riser •This stair meets IBC because it is within the parameters stated by the code.
  28. 28. Control Joint: an intentional, linear discontinuity in a structure, designed to form a plane of weakness where cracking can occur, to avoid stresses on other structures
  29. 29. Isolation Joint: joint in slab or other structure that isolates it from the  vibrations or potential movement of another integral structure. In this picture the column is being isolated from the surrounding slab.
  30. 30. Concreter Masonry Unit- a block of hardened concrete with or without hollow cores.  Designed to be laid in the same manner as a brick. Dimensions 8”x8”x16”. 1 CMU =3 courses of brick.
  31. 31. Split block Ribbed faced block  
  32. 32. Exterior Flush Door 
  33. 33. Transom-small window directly above a  door.
  34. 34. Sidelight-a tall narrow window on the  side of a door.
  35. 35. Power Pole-used to support power  lines as they run down the road and then to your service head. Transformer-converts the several  thousand volts running through the utility lines into a usable 110/220 volt alternating current
  36. 36. Service Head- where  the eletrical lines enter the house
  37. 37. Meter-measures the amount of electricity your house is consuming 
  38. 38. Service Panel- distributes electricity to various circuits throughout the  house. (one picture has not had the breakers installed)
  39. 39. Duplex receptacle- electrical outlet with  two spaces for plugs.
  40. 40. Sill Plate 1 Anchor Bolt
  41. 41. 4 subflooring 3 Floor Joist
  42. 42. 6 stud 5 sole plate
  43. 43. 8 ceiling joist 7 top plate
  44. 44. 10 roof decking 9 rafter
  45. 45. 12 stringer 11 sheathing
  46. 46. A loader having a shovel or bucket at the end of an articulated arm  located at the front of the vehicle Used for moving materials around the job site/any earth work  needed Bucket shown is an 86” bucket. 
  47. 47. Gypsum Board-interior facing panel with  a gypsum floor sandwiched between paper faces.
  48. 48. Heat Pump- a device that utilizes a refrigeration cycle either to heat or cool  a building by passing air or water over either condensing coil or the evaporating coils.
  49. 49. Air Handling Unit- actually  sends the cooled refrigerant to a coil in the supply duct that cools the circulated air. Advantage of Forced Air  System-rapid response time, disadvantage: its noisy
  50. 50. Blanket/batt insulation  Loose fill  Foamed  Rigid Board 
  51. 51. Concrete Lintel 
  52. 52. Concave Joint-Tooled Convex Joint-Tooled
  53. 53. 1 ½” Pipe is used for draining a lavatory 
  54. 54. 3” pipe is used to drain a watercloset 
  55. 55. Plumbing Vent-  vents plumbing fixture pipes so that they drain properly.
  56. 56. Integral 
  57. 57. A wood panel composed of an odd number of layers of wood  veneer bound together under pressure
  58. 58. Reflective foil  placed adjacent to an airspace in roofs or walls as a deterent to infrared energy.
  59. 59. Gutter-catches all the water before it leaves the roof  Downspot-water leaves the gutter and travels down the side of the building  vertically Splashblock-”breaks” the fall of the water to prevent undermiing and errosion 
  60. 60. Splash Block 
  61. 61. Underlayment-waterproof material laid between roof sheathing and  roofing, keeps sheathing dry
  62. 62. Clay tile roof 
  63. 63. shingle-a small unit of water-  resitant material nailed in overlapping fashion, so as to make a roof or wall watertight. These are shingles made out  of recycled papers and other building materials. Lack characteristics of an asphalt shingle
  64. 64. Metal panel roofing-  preformed panels of galvenized or alluminized steel.
  65. 65. gable 
  66. 66. gambrel 
  67. 67. hip 
  68. 68. Mansard 
  69. 69. Ridge   Valley  Eave  Rake  Fascia  Soffit
  70. 70. Coursed ashlar 
  71. 71. Liquid Applied Waterproofing- to keep  water from entering the structure
  72. 72. Weep Hole-a small opening whose purpose is to permit drainage of  water that accumulates inside a building component.
  73. 73. Casement Window- hinged along the  edges and projects out when operated
  74. 74. Doublehung- both top and bottom lites  move up and down
  75. 75. Jalousie-operates by the vent-like panes opening vertically by  operating a crank like mechanism.

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