Small metal strip or steel wire used to bind courses of masonry to wood frame in veneer construction.
A glazed tile with a body that is suitable for interior use and which is usually nonvitreous, and is not required nor expected to withstand excessive impact or be subjected to freezing and thawing conditions.
A lighting technique that produces a relatively smooth, even level of illumination on the wall and reduces the texture of the surface.
Wall-hung closet tank
Two-piece water closet with the tank portion attached to the wall by a bracket and connected to the bowl by a pipe elbow. Combination water closets, with the tank mounted on the bowl have replaced this type of water closet.
Sink which is fastened to the wall, rather than being mounted on a vanity or pedestal.
Wood pulp, gypsum, or similar materials made into large rigid sheets that may be fastened to the frame of a building to provide a surface finish.
The typical wallboard hammer is equipped with a patented, flat 12 oz. Steel head for nailing into corners. Like the shingling hatchet, the striking face is milled and crowned. The blade offers a 1-3/4 inch cut and a nail pulling slot. See bricklayer's hammer and shingling hatchet.