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Flashcards in Chapter 7: Interior Finishes For Wood Light Frame Construction Deck (12):
1

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

2

The system carrying sanitary waste to the sewer system

DWV (drain waste vent) piping

3

Carries hot and cold (domestic) water throughout the house

Water supply piping

4

Foam sealant that prevents the passing of smoke and flame

Fireblocking

5

Insulates the gap between the door frame and the rough opening

Spray foam

6

Where gypsum wall-board (drywall) panels are used to finish interior walls and ceilings to create an effective air barrier

Airtight drywall approach (ADA)

7

Came before gypsum board up until WWII; was applied to wood strip lath for wall and ceiling finish systems

Three-clay gypsum plaster

8

Has quality and durability superior to those of gypsum board

Veneer plaster

9

Manufactured pain a planing and molding mill; includes all wood interior finish components of a building

Millwork

10

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

Moldings

11

What is the difference between millwork and molding?

Millwork is manufactured in a planing and molding mill, while moldings are performed on site.

12

How do you calculate risers and tread?

(Total rise in inches)
Number of risers: total rise/single stair tread depth (round up)
(Riser height)
Number of treads: number of risers subtracted by 1
Tread depth: (given) 2R+T=25" (use the riser night in inches to get the tread in inches)