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WINDOWS AND DOORS
Terms in this set (20)
An exterior flush door is usually _____ high.
6'-8" OR 80"
The chief advantage of the _____ door is that it requires
no space along the wall when open.
A _____ door has a heavy frame around the outside
and generally at least one cross member.
_____ windows have two sashes
One large window opening will produce _____
contrast in brightness than several smaller openings.
The pocket door, generally a flush door, is a variation
of the _____ door
A(n) _____ window directs air upward and should be placed low on the wall for best
Horizontal sliding windows are also called _____.
An evenly lighted room will result if the glass area is at least _____ percent of the floor
area of the room.
Exterior doors are generally _____ wide
A _____ door is composed of two parts—an upper and lower half.
A _____ door is used for a wide opening.
Doors that are smooth on both sides are called _____ doors and usually made of wood.
A _____ door has two parts to form the door
BIFOLD AND DUTCH
_____ doors are hinged in such a way that they may swing through an arc of 180°.
_____ doors have panels made of glass
Which of the following is not a standard garage door size?
A. 6′-6″ h × 8′-0″ w
B. 8′-0″ h × 8′-0″ w
C. 7′-0″ h × 10′-0″ w
D. 8′-0″ h × 9′-0″ w
D 8′-0″ h × 9′-0″ w
Double-hung windows have two _____.
A _____ window may be opened or closed by using a crank, push-bar on the frame, or
handle on the sash.
Name the two broad classifications of doors.
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
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