203.03 Doors & Windows

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Transcript 203.03 Doors & Windows

Competency: 203.00
Draw Floor Plans
Objective: 203.03
Determine door and window types.
Doors
 General Classifications
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Flush doors
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Smooth on both sides
Mahogany or birch plywood
Panel doors
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Heavy frame around perimeter
Parts
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Stiles
Rails
Panels
Louvers
Exterior Doors
 Typical sizes
 6’-8”
tall by 1-3/4” thick
 Entry door minimum 3’-0”
 Insulated
 Sloping sills to shed water
Exterior Doors
 Swinging doors
 Hinged
 Swing into the house
 Sliding doors
 Wood or metal frames
 Tempered glass
 Access to deck/patio
 Common widths
 6’-0”
 8’-0”
 French doors
 Mullions and muntins
between glass panes
 One large glass panes
 Individual, pairs,
groups
 Garage doors
 Overhead
 One piece or sectional
 Widths
 Singles: 8’, 9’, 10’
 Doubles: 15’,16’, 18’
 Height generally 7’-0”
Interior Doors
 Standard sizes
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Height:
6’-8”
Thickness: 1-3/8”
Width: Varies based on 2” module
 Standard widths
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Entry:
Bedrooms:
Baths:
Closets:
3’-0”
2’-6”
2’-0” or 2’-4”
As large as possible
Interior Doors
 Bi-fold
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Set of two doors make up one unit
Hung on a track
Popular for closets
 Sliding/Bypass
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Hung on a track
Popular for closets
Used in wide openings
Interior Doors
 Pocket doors
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Hung on a track
Slides into a wall cavity
Frees floor space
Packaged with framed pocket
 Double-action
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Spring hinge mounted
Swings two ways
One or two doors
Windows
 Purpose
 Admits
light
 Provides fresh air and ventilation
 Adds detail, balance, interest
 Visually enlarges interior space
Window Types
 Double-hung
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Two sashes slide up and down
Most commonly used
 Horizontal sliding/gliding
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Two or more sashes slide
horizontally
Operates on a track
 Casement
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Hinged sashes; outward swing
Window Types
 Awning
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Sash hinged on top; swings
outward
Allows open unit during rain
 Hopper
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Hinged sash on bottom; swings
inward
Allows for unusual shapes
 Fixed
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Do not open
Combined with other windows
Window Types
 Bay and Bow
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Fixed or casement
Project from structure
Bay windows offer traditional style
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Sides drawn @ 450 or 300
Depth between 18” and 24”
Roof structure
Bow windows are in a circular pattern
 Skylights
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Built into roof
Admit light
Door/Window Schedules
 Marks placed on floor plan identify
doors & windows
 Numbers
or letters inside circles or
polygons identify individual units
 Placed close to door & window symbols
 Same mark used for doors/windows with
same size and characteristics
Door/Window Schedules
 Arrange all information about doors and
windows in a chart
 Repeat
marks on floor plans
 List number of doors/windows
 List size of individual and multiple units
 Identify types
 Includes material notes and special
remarks
 May include elevation drawings near
chart