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BCN 1001 Building Construction *5"'9mﬁhtﬂrpantrtnamWWW"? . . _ . The eaves. and rakes of the roof are ﬁnished. which
* Exterior Finishes for 1|.I'tu'ood Frame Farmim” _ Chapter #5 . The roof to be shingled so as to offer as much weather
_ P95 221 _ 252 protection as possible to subsequent operaﬂons. The windows and doors are installed. introd uction Rooﬁ ng
As the rough carpean hears complellon'. Finishing the Eaves and Flakes 4. The exterior surface coating (siding. stucco. etc.) Is Root Draln aQE _ _
applied and trimmed to cover the detailing of the “33 Dan“ arid Rom thllat'm
windows and doors. 5. Exterior painting or stalnlng covers the surface coallng.
5. Finish grading. landscaping. and paving. Rooﬁng Rooﬁng Roof 1lilientilaiiizun There Is Increasing evldence that In far .
Southern cllmstes. roof ventilation may he more ' '-
tletrirnentalthan beneﬁcial: Roof 1.rents slim».I the pea sitre entry of exterior
humidity. which may condense on the NF
Conditioning system Roof 1rents allow penetration of raln water
during high winds Roof vents present a wealt spot in the rooﬁng
system for high winds to Ioegin damage Rooﬁng As phalt Shingles
Wood Shingle Slate
Clay and Concrete TIIE
Metal $lruclural . Roll and Built-up
mm“ ' :3 .. . - ‘ ._ Flat Elm-Jung i +' Rubberized _ . -'~' 6-,”: r Membrane 1' .- -._
Eﬂnﬁﬁim = __ .. ' plmﬁeg. _.this picture? mum}. ' '_ 'doegizthé-Zheiling look like
one-3th this flashing? Exterior Sheathing Thermal S h eathing Aft—Hr Sh naming: . House is protected in an.
Plastm Foam air-light. water-permeable Cane Fiber ‘hguggwraw
GIESE Fiber Nail-base Sheathing
Board Windows and Doors Windows and Doors
- Installing a vinyl-clad windcm - Installing a Itiny-l Llad window 1 U ehep-ed ﬁae hing is". forde along the Bill and up arm the side jamhs 4 IT iR ﬂﬁfﬁmlhr' FirIll-FJTF'Jf‘i ER flll‘lhﬁr name are rim-En
2 A head of sealal'l'r IS placed around the opening b. Slrlﬂs I:Il sell HIE-ti.an watenrﬁouf Shea are adhered m the side 3. anw I5 pushed in rmm the outside. Flange m beddeﬂ m the jam?“ . . .
sealant ﬁne corner ntthe windmill unit is anchored with a hall '5' Elnps arse" 5“: k'ng watemﬁm 5h?“ are adhere“ m the head I
ll? Sldl ngs
Board Sid|r=gs (Eloy-oi. Elliotap. Board and Bette-lit
* VEHIIIBI 3HIITI|3|II ﬂl'lﬂ Utilian It'l Batten I'EIZIUII'E.‘ NEII-DBSE titlﬁﬂtl'llﬂﬂ F-ywood Sidrngs
- Ec onomioal
Less BIS-eltﬁi'he‘lﬂ produce
L335 emiﬁi'mtlﬂ "'IBIEII
Can sens as sheathing
- Requires 2 ﬂashing at horizontal
+ Joints must be arranged In an
amealrng fashion Shingle Sittings
+ Labor Intensive
rann shhgle sepia-o1er i-rs‘aled
Banners are enne'ym-m or moragms‘ a comer scar-:3 a'rd sealer: + Hegurre Nail-base ﬂheath no Sidings When the siding is applied. the building is
"tight to the weather." allowing interior
finishing work to take place completer sheltered from sun. rain. snow. and wind. Conclusion 'MMDD'I’I'
HEAD ulsmran Him __ - 'Illr'li
4|“! a.._ H'EHTrcAL'sromc. FASCIA Sidings Metal and Plastic Sidings Economical
Prone to denling or cracking Stucco .- .
Strong and Flre Resistant 'r.._...--s
Hegulre "Weep Screed" at base to allow water drainage Masonry Veneer Secured Ill‘ttl‘i tron structure 'i'r'ltt'l metal tles
Requires WEEP Holes" at base to allow water drainage Surface Coatings Some Typt-zal Coating Spec ﬁn: ations for New Surface
Surface Preparation Primer and Top-mats Wood siding. Sand smooth. soot-prime EIIEFIEII alkyd pIirn-cr
trimI knots and oibch streaks. and 2 coats latex: paint.
window. doors. I I” and gang suﬂace or 2 coats semitransparent or solid stein
olerrrrslres all-er urrrrre eoal stucco M LIE-i be clean and at Ieas: 2 coats Ia1ex Dalf‘ll
F days old Deterioration of Surface Coatings Ultraylolm [LN]
Elem reamns are stamens elsreerhtﬂ
Lun'oerrsldlngr dan'p at one or appllcatlon
Rani-rater leakage atjonts Wane: y‘auo' Irrigral'rrg from da'rp‘ interior
Others — Oxygen. pollutants. fungi. dirt. degradation of substrate.
rneet‘anlual weal Assignment 1 Page 253
Review Questions 1. 3. 4. ﬁt it If you do not understand a question. email me at tomlinmgogghccedu or through
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course DRAFTING A BCN 1001 taught by Professor Tomlinson during the Spring '10 term at Pasco-Hernando Community College.
- Spring '10