Created by lightly shearing either level loop or high-low loop carpet so that only the higher loops are cut. Sheared areas are less reflective than uncut loops, which appear brighter and lighter in color. Random shearing high-low loop carpet produces a cut and loop style texture.
Shingles that are uniform in length but random in width.
Shingles on which tabs vary in size and exposure.
(1) In the rectangular survey system, it is a six-mile wide column of land running north/south. (2) A cooktop, often part of a unit including one or more ovens. (3) The extent between minimum and maximum for a procedure or operation.
Total number of range grasslands acres that are needed to support one animal unit for a certain time period.
A shield installed over a cooktop using a fan to vent cooking vapors out of the room through installed ductwork.
Lines parallel to a principal meridian, marking off the land into 6-mile strips known as ranges; in the Government Rectangular Survey, the strips are numbered east or west of a principal meridian.
Poles used in surveying to establish midpoints between locations that are not visible to each other.
An electrical outlet designed for use by electric ranges (50 amp service and 240 volts).
A cooktop designed to be installed into a cabinet and supported by the countertop.