Flashcards in Chapter 7: Interior Finishes For Wood Light Frame Construction Deck (12):
When a fan pushes heated air through supply ducts to the rest of the building, and return ducts carry return air back to the furnace.
Forced Air Heating
The system carrying sanitary waste to the sewer system
DWV (drain waste vent) piping
Carries hot and cold (domestic) water throughout the house
Water supply piping
Foam sealant that prevents the passing of smoke and flame
Insulates the gap between the door frame and the rough opening
Where gypsum wall-board (drywall) panels are used to finish interior walls and ceilings to create an effective air barrier
Airtight drywall approach (ADA)
Came before gypsum board up until WWII; was applied to wood strip lath for wall and ceiling finish systems
Three-clay gypsum plaster
Has quality and durability superior to those of gypsum board
Manufactured pain a planing and molding mill; includes all wood interior finish components of a building
Produced from high-density plastic foams, parallel strand lumber, and medium-density fiberboard; reduces costs and minimizes moisture expansion and contraction. Example: door frame carpentry
What is the difference between millwork and molding?
Millwork is manufactured in a planing and molding mill, while moldings are performed on site.