- Flashing"Flashing refers to thin continuous pieces of sheet metal or impervious material installed to prevent the passage of water into a structure from an angle or joint. Flashing generally operates on the principle that, for water to penetrate a joint, it must work itself upward against the force of(...)
- FloorplanA horizontal section drawing showing the basic layout of a building, including the placement of walls, windows and doors.
- FoamA substance formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid. Solid foams can be divided into closed-cell foams (where each pocket is separated) and open-cell foams (where the pockets connect with each other). Foams have many possible uses in building. A common use is as an insulator.
- Framing MemberStuds, joists, plates (tracks), bridging, bracing, and related accessories manufactured or supplied for wood or light gauge steel framing. Source: Future of Framing is Here