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Roof, Window, and Door Quiz
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inside flat trim member which is used under the stool at bottom of window
projecting window, hinged at top, opening up and out like an awning
three or more individual windows in a gently curved contour, project from the wall.
composed of three or more individual windows with the side units 45 or 30 degree angles to the wall.
projecting window hinged at the sides and usually opening outward like a door
inside casing is a flat decorative molding which covers the inside edge of the jambs and the rough opening between the window unit and the wall
watertight wall or frame used to raise slope glazing above the surface of the roof as a preventative measure against water leakage
two vertically sliding sash which by-pass each other in a single frame. Sash may be counter balanced by weights or springs
outside member of a window unit which encloses the sash. composed of side jambs, head jam and sill
two sheets of glass bonded together in a unit to enclose a captive air space.
the glass panes or lights in the sash of a window. also the act of installing lights of glass in a window sash
single sheet of glass installed in a window sash
single glazed sash with an additional glass panel installed on the sash to provide an air space between the two lights or glass.
pliable substance applied between the window sash and the lights of glass to seal against the elements and sometimes to adhere the glass to the sash
ornamental or simulated mutins and bars which don't actually divide the lights of glass
side jambs are the vertical members of a window frame and head jamb is the horizontal member across the top
common term used to refer glass which has low emissivity due to a film or a metallic coating on the glass or a metalic coating on a film suspended between the two lights of glass to restrict the passage of radiant heat.
the opening in a masonry wall to accept a window or door unit, the same as a rough opening in a frame wall.
the vertical or horizontal divisions or joints between single windows in a multiple window unit
large stationary window which is designed for a maximum view without obstruction
horizontal top and bottom members of a window sash or door panel
the opening left in a frame wall to receive a window or door unit. Formed by the jack studs on each side which supports the header across the top.
the horizontal rough framing member which forms the bottom of the rough opening
the framework holding the glass in a window unit
wood wedges used to secure the window or door unit in the rough or masonry opening in a square, level and plumb position during and after installation
tall, narrow, fixed or operating sash on either or both sides of a door to light an entryway or vestibule
the horizontal member that forms the bottom of a window frame
the row of bricks, cement blocks or stones laid across the bottom of a masonry opening which lie under the outside edge of the window sill
window with two or more sash that slide past each other within the frame
any glazed opening in a roof or a wall which is installed at an angle between vertical and horizontal
process of providing a net heat gain within a structure
vertical side member of a window sash or door panel
inside horizontal trim member at the bottom of the window frame which rests on the sill
wood trim member nailed to the window frame to stop the sash of a projecting window when closed to prevent it form swinging through the opening
generally refers to an operating or stationary sash above a door which serves the same purpose as a side light
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