A projecting structure that is attached or supported at only one end.
An electrical component, used to store a charge temporarily, consisting of two conducting surfaces separated by a nonconductor dielectric.
A steel tool used to lay out a "square" or right-angle.
A frame containing a door, window, or stairway.
A building material that sets hard to form concrete, made by mixing cement with water, sand, and aggregate.
An encased reel of string coated with colored chalk; used to mark straight lines.
Over a period of time, there is a tendency of some exterior paints to slowly erode.
A valve, which normally allows fluid (liquid or gas) to flow through it in only one direction. It is often used with some types of irrigation sprinklers and drip irrigation emitters to keep the lines from draining when the system is shut off.
A safety switch designed to automatically shut off electrical current to avoid a circuit overload.
Circulate water in a hydronic heating and/or cooling unit.
A transformer that supplies high voltage to heat in a stove/oven or a cooktop.
The part of a cooling unit or heat pump that compresses refrigerant gas so it absorbs heat.
A mixture of cement, sand, aggregate, and water in specific proportions that hardens to a strong stony consistency over varying lengths of time.
Are tubes to carry the refrigerant through, so it can be cooled.
The outdoor section of a cooling system; it includes a compressor and condensing coil.
A pipe or tube that covers and protects electrical cables.
The top, often sloping, course of brick or stone on top of a wall that forms a protective cap against the weather.
A preformed metal or plastic corner reinforcement; attached to outside corners of walls for drywall construction.
A fitting used to connect two lengths of pipes in a straight run.
Layers of building materials, such as bricks, shingles, siding, etc.
A projecting horizontal molding along the top of a wall or building.
A cylindrical flat-bottomed hole, which enlarges another hole, or the tool used to create that feature.
An inwardly curved surface at the point where a wall meets a ceiling.
Are devices that use the suction power created by the pool's filtration system to propel a pool cleaner around the swimming pool, and pick up debris from the pool floor. Suction side automatic pool cleaners are connected to the skimmer of the pool, and dirt and debris collected from the pool is deposited directly into the filtration system.
A vertical short stud that supports the header in an opening of a bearing or supporting wall.
A curved surface on paving that allows water to run off. 2. A contoured molding installed at the junctures of walls and ceilings.