A frame holding the glass panes of a window or door.
A board or tool used to level a layer of concrete, sand, or other loose material.
Are used to prevent relative motion between two rotating parts, such as the movement of pulley on a shaft. For this, a set screw is screwed into the pulley hub so that its end-point bears firmly against the shaft. The fastening action is by friction between the screw and the shaft.
A rough wooden shingle cut with a hatchet.
Material, usually plywood, but sometimes wooden boards, installed as panels on the exterior of wall studs, rafters, and roof trusses.
A thin, usually wedge-shaped piece of wood, metal, plastic, or other material that is used to help position something properly, usually by adjusting a level or filling a gap.Sill
The horizontal part at the bottom of a window or door frame.
A threaded exterior faucet, as for attaching a garden hose.
The bottom horizontal member of a wall or building to which vertical members are attached.
The underside of a structural component of a building, e.g. the underside of a roof overhang or the inner curve of an arch.
A drainpipe that carries off wastes from a plumbing fixture to a sewer or septic tank.
Solar water heater
Comprises of an inlet, a tank and an outlet. Normal supply water is poured in the tank that is connected to a heating chamber (comprised of coiled metallic tubes, painted in black). These tubes are exposed to direct sunlight. Now water from the tank runs through these tubes and becomes hot and this water is poured again into the tank. This cycle is repeated continuously until the water in the tank becomes hot, which is supplied through an outlet.
The lowest horizontal part of a wall or partitionframing; supported by a wood subfloor, concrete slab, or another closed surface.
A thin narrow piece of wood, metal, or plastic that fits onto or into the edges of tiles or boards and connects them together.
The vertical drain pipe that runs through a house.
The vertical piece in a door, frame, or pane.
The structural member in a stairway that that supports the treads and risers.
Vertical length of lumber to which material such as lath or plasterboard is attached in constructing a wall.
An electronic or magnetic tool used to locate wall studs.
An underlying layer of rough or unfinished material supporting a finished floor.