Flashcards in Framing terms Deck (45):
2x6 pressure treated framing member that is nailed to the top of the masonry work which is used to support the framed decks
Joist material that is nailed around the perimeter of the deck system (2x8 or 2x10)
The lumber that usually runs from the front wall of the house over the beam, to thereat wall of the house that the deck is nailed to.
hagger Super I beam that is an engineered floor joist
Diagonal bracing nailed between floor joist to prevent the joist from bowing
Sheathing material to cover floor joist
bottom horizontal framing member of a framed wall
a wooden member used to support a header
a wooden member used to provide strength to framed area that have openings provided for windows, doors
a wall that is used to carry structural loads
a wall that does not support addition weight except the drywall covering
support member made of wood (LVL)
two joists nailed together
three joist nailed together
Pieces of wood installed in the framing used to provide a surface for drywall to be secured to
a solid, tight inclosure in a concealed space used to prevent the spread of fire or smoke.
pieces of wood properly placed in framing walls to provide a solid support for hand rails, closet racks, curtain rods etc.
beams or other support connected to support a roof
Wood member at the bottom of the truss that acts as a ceiling joists
Wood member that the sheathing is mailed to that acts as a rafter
Cross member that supports the top and bottom chords of a truss
a portion of the top chord that extends beyond the bottom chord or extends past the framing of the house.
a form of truss that serves without a bottom horizontal chord used mainly to form cathedral ceilings
a roof-framing member that has both a top and bottom chord, but does not run the full length of the house.
consist of both top and bottom chords with webs, and runs from the front wall to the back wall
the same as Scissor truss
pieces of wood that are used to build out walls
Metal H shaped clips that are used to provide the proper tolerances between the sheets of roof sheathing for added support at the truss cavities
Pressure treated lumber
wood that is treated with preservatives to become resistant to moisture and insects
Kiln Dried lumber
Lumber that has been faced or excess moisture by heating in a kiln instead of open air, not to exceed 19% moisture content
a portion of a ceiling that is dropped kitchen cabinets recessed lights etc.
A projecting beam supported only at one end, a portion of one of the upper levels of the house that extends beyond the walls below
A section of roof that has the gable facing the opposite way of the main roof section
a roof cosseting of four sloping sides, the line where the adjacent sides intersect is called the hip
A horizontal material attached to the underside of the truss forming an eave
A flat band at the surface of a building that projects from the face of the wall
a reinforced plastic type product that is used to prevent air infiltration at house at the--corners, at the ring joist, gable trusses etc.
a cardboard or synboard material that is used to prevent insulation from blocking the end of the trusses and therefore creating an air flow problem to the roof
a metal horseshoe shaped bracket that is nailed into a floor joist-- it is used when the flooring system requires some floor joist to run perpendicular to the main floor system.
Medium density overlay and it is used for exterior trim
Synthetic board used in place of wood for exterior use
A doorsill or the tread mender of a door
Oriented strand board- used for subfloor, wall and roof sheathing
3 locks keyed alike