Financial institution that lends money to a borrower, taking a lien on that particular property as security.
Person or entity who borrows money to purchase a house, granting a mortgage on the property to the lender as security for the loan.
(1) A notch, hole or space cut into a material to receive the projecting part called a tenon. (2) To join or fasten securely with a mortise and tenon.
Mortise and tenon
Creating a structurally strong joint by fitting the projecting part (the tenon) of something tightly into a cut recess (the mortise) and gluing them together.
Dead bolt, which is installed into an opening, cut in the door.
Two point marking gauge, which simultaneously marks the parallel lines of a mortise cut.
Lock that is installed into an opening or recess cut in the door.
Drill press, which uses a hollow, square-shaped chisel, which stays stationary, thereby squaring away the corners of the hole that the drill bit is boring.
Process of making designs or pictures by inlaying small pieces of glass, tile, stone, etc. in mortar.
A parquet flooring made up of small solid pieces of wood (slats) assembled in units that may consist of individual squares, units with slats arranged in single or double herringbone design, or units or squares bordered with slats of the same orcontrasting species.