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  • Metal edging used on drywall to give the edge a better finished appearance when a wall is not "wrapped" Generally, basement stairway walls have(...) Read More
  • A bathroom with entrance doors on each end from two different rooms. Read More
  • An adjustable metal replacement for an old supporting post typically used in basements to support sinking first floors. Read More
  • A rafter that spans the distance from the wall plate to a hip, or from a valley to a ridge. Read More
  • Studs at both sides of an opening, used to support the header. Read More
  • The wood pieces that line the side posts or surface of a door or window. Read More
  • A feature of a toilet that is designed to start the siphoning action quickly by directing water into the trap way. Jets are also used in(...) Read More
  • A door that is made flush with the wall or wainscoting, which creates a hidden-room effect. Read More
  • The location between the touching surfaces of two members or components joined and held together by nails, glue, cement, mortar, or other means. Read More
  • A powder that is usually mixed with water and used for joint treatment in gypsum-wallboard finish. Often called "spackle" or drywall mud. Read More
  • A powder that is usually mixed with water and used for joint treatment in gypsum-wallboard finish. Often called "spackle" or drywall mud. Read More
  • Liability shared among two or more people, each of whom is liable for the full debt. Read More
  • When a property is registered in the name of more than one individual, the property is deemed to be under joint ownership. There is no(...) Read More
  • A special type paper tape or paper-faced cotton; used over joints between wallboard applied as a surface. Helping to conceal the joints and(...) Read More
  • Two or more persons who hold title to real estate jointly, with equal rights to share in its enjoyment during their respective lives with the(...) Read More
  • When the electric company and telephone company dig one trench and "drop" both of their service lines in. Read More
  • Horizontal planks of lumber that are put in place to support a floor or ceiling, and typically rest on bearing walls, girders, or other large beams. Read More
  • A U-shaped piece of metal that is used to anchor things such as decking, floors, and ceiling. Read More
  • A conclusion or determination by a court of law usually awarding the payment of money or relief of some kind to one of the parties to a lawsuit. Read More
  • A lien on the property of a debtor resulting from the decree of a court. Read More
  • A loan that exceeds the mortgage amount eligible for purchase by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Read More
  • Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire that is installed in the electric house panel(...) Read More
  • A loan that is subordinate to the primary loan or first lien mortgage loan, such as a second or third mortgage. Read More

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