A projecting beam or joist, not supported at one end, used to support an extension of a
The member which supports the steps or treads of a stair.
A window sash that opens on hinges at the vertical edge.
Door and window framing.
A hollow wall formed by firmly linked masonry walls, providing an insulating air space
Concrete capping around the top of chimney bricks and around the floors to protect the
masonry from the elements.
Wooden molding on a wall around a room at the level of a chair back.
Molding with pared-off corners.
A groove in a masonry wall or through a floor to accommodate pipes or ducts.
The horizontal projection-usually inside a building-of a chimney from the wall in which it
A safety device which opens (breaks) an electric circuit automatically when it becomes
A tank to catch and store rain water.
A long thin board, thicker on one edge, overlapped and nailed on for exterior siding.
A horizontal beam fastened above the lower ends of rafters to add rigidity.
Tile or brick used to cap or cover the top of a masonry wall.
A horizontal projection from a wall, forming a ledge or supporting a structure above it.
A strip of wood or metal for protecting the external corners of plastered walls.
Horizontal projection at the top of a wall or under the overhanging part of the roof.
A horizontal row of bricks, cinder blocks or other masonry materials.
Concealed light sources behind a cornice or horizontal recess which direct the light upon a
A shallow, unfinished space beneath the first floor of a house which has no basement, used
for visual inspection and access to pipes and ducts. Also, a shallow space in the attic, immediately under the roof.
Cut-off framing members above and below windows.