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Wall and Ceiling Framing
Terms in this set (14)
A wood block used as a filler piece and a support between framing members.
In wall framing, a short framing stud that fills the space between a header and a top plate or between the sill and the soleplate.
double top plate
A plate made of two members to provide better stiffening of a wall.
Applying sheathing, windows, and exterior doors to a framed building.
Narrow wood strips nailed to a wall or ceiling as a nailing base for finish material.
A roof with two slopes that meet at a center ridge.
A horizontal structural member that supports the load over a window or door.
A roof with four sides or slopes running toward the center.
The top and side member of a door or window frame that come into contact with the door or window.
A 1X4 nailed to the ceiling joists at the center of the span to prevent twisting and bowing of the joints.
The lower framming member attached to the top of the lower cripple studs to form the base of a rough opening for a window.
An L-shaped arrangement of lumber used to support ceiling joists and keep them in alignment.
The upper horizontal framing member of a wall used to carry the roof trusses or rafters.
A vertical framing member that forms the sides of rough openings for doors and windows.
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