Risk that occurs when a buyer or seller decides not to go through with the transaction. If property is not sold at the offered price, that price may not be realized at a later date. Same situation exists for buyer.
Building of two or more floors with no way to be accessed except through stairs. This type of building is usually in cities.
Designated areas for foot traffic on roofs.
A vertical structural element that holds up a roof, encloses part or all of a room, or stands by itself to hold back soil.
Electrical box that is used to mount a switch or outlet on a wall or ceiling.
Wall box setback
The distance from the outside of a wall to the front edge of an electrical box to determine the allowable set back. Exceeding the setback will expose parts of the box.
An elevated cabinet mounted on a wall and attached to the structural members of the wall by fasteners.
Masonry wall perform cap with a sloped top for water runoff.
Fan, mounted in a wall, which is used in kitchens and bathrooms to pull air through the wall opening to vent it to the outside.
Wall foundation that has a widened section at the base to bear against the soil and distribute structural loads to the soil.