There are 11 names in this directory beginning with the letter F.
Refers to the side of a siding or soffit panel that is showing once the panel has been installed.
The action of fastening directly onto the “face” side of a panel (instead of using the nail hem slot). This practice is generally not used in siding installation.
A board attached to the ends of the rafters between the roofing material and the soffit overhang. Fascia cap is the covering around that board.
The placement of window openings in a building wall, one of the important elements in controlling the exterior appearance of a building. Also, a window, door or skylight and its associated interior or exterior elements, such as shades or blinds.
A pane of glass installed directly into non-operating framing members; also, the opening or space for a pane of glass in a non-operating frame.
An inoperable panel of a sliding glass door or slider window.
A window with no operating sashes.
A thin, flat material, usually aluminum, positioned under or behind J-channels, corner posts, windows, etc., to keep draining water from penetrating the home.
French patio doors
A two panel glass door where both panels operate and swing either inward or outward.
A wooden or steel framing material, usually 1" x 3", used to provide an even nailing base. To “fur” a surface means to apply these strips.
The process of joining materials by melting them together with extreme heat (in most cases over 500ºF), resulting in the materials combining into a one-piece unit.