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  1. Elevation
  2. Casement/Casework
  3. Range
  4. Insulation
  5. Masonry
  6. Lavatory
  7. Drop
  8. Reflected Ceiling Plan
  9. Sill
  10. Water Closet
  11. Rough Opening (RO)
  12. Tire Bump
  13. Stud Wall
  14. Sole Plate
  15. Top Plate
  16. Trimmer
  17. Header
  18. Door Trim
  19. Millwork
  20. Cripple Stud
  21. Pedestal Sink
  22. Plumbing Wall
  23. Brick Lug
  24. Wall Stud
  25. Sheetrock
  26. Fire Blocks
  1. a drawing of an exterior of a structure
  2. b Any architectural woodwork that is not framing, lumber or structural wood on an architectural project. Examples: Wood door, wood windows, wood cabinets, window-door trim, wood stair rail or banister
  3. c type of drop: Change in elevation. For example in the garage. Serves 2 purposes: 1- So water cannot come into the garage. 2-So that your car can't go through the walls
  4. d another term for toilet, can also be called a commode
  5. e Any change in elevation shown as a single line on floor plan, often shown with a drop symbol on Foundation Plan
  6. f Wood that covers the gap between the framing of the house and the doors structural frame.
  7. g vertical member in the light frame construction techniques.
  8. h this refers to a sink located in a bathroom
  9. i The art or work of constructing, as buildings, walls, etc., with regularly arranged stones.
  10. j This is a freestanding sink with a pedestal base
  11. k a short piece of stud used to transfer a load from a top plate to a header, or from a sill to a sole plate
  12. l a doubled 2x6 or 2x8 that is held up by trimmer boards. The header is used to transfer the weight of the wall around an opening down to the sole plate.
  13. m The vertical framing component of a structure that is usually built from 2" x 4" or 2" x 6" lumber
  14. n Used to hold up a header, trimmers transfer the load of the header down to the sole plate.
  15. o A horizontal wood member that serves as the base for the studs in a stud pattern
  16. p Framing or other construction large enough to accommodate pipes associated with plumbing. Usually 2 x 6 for residential.
  17. q Take the finished opening of the door or window and add 2 inches
  18. r a material that reduces or prevents the transmission of heat or sound or electricity
  19. s A horizontal structural member located on top of the studs used to hold the wall together.
  20. t The horizontal board below the opening of a window
  21. u a plan that reflects the ceiling organization - useful for controlling/planning lighting effects and decoration
  22. v drywall, gypsum board, or plasterboard; most common wall and ceiling material
  23. w a step or ledge in the foundation to accommodate the masonry. Purposes:1- Protects the framing of the house from water. 2- Keeps the masonry off the ground.
  24. x Horizontal boards nailed in between the verticle studs to help prevent fire from moving up through the inside of a wall
  25. y A cooking stove with one or more ovens below the hotplates or burners located on the top, a single unit with oven and burners.
  26. z Cabinetry in a house such as cabinets and or countertops. Any type of decorative woodwork that is non-structural.