Wiring bits bore curved holes to install electrical wiring.
Drawing, which shows where the electrical items such as receptacles, switches, fixtures, etc. are to be installed.
Often referred to as raceway wiring, after the enclosed channel that holds it, this wiring is fastened in the raceway, which is in turn mounted on the wall. Outlets can be added in this manner, without wiring through the walls.
Withering or loss of gloss is sometimes caused by varnishing open-pore woods without filling pores, use of improper undercoating or applying top coat before undercoat has dried.
A company is not responsible to a third party when an account or financial instrument is not honored by the debtor with the creditor's only recourse being to the debtor's property.
An individual who provides evidence under penalty of perjury, under oath in a trial. It is also the observance of an event or transaction or contract.
Flat, wide piece of wood for bracing, hammering, or sanding.
Wood block flooring
Preformed wood tiles, which may have tongue and groove edges and in which flooring is laid.
Wood butt piling
Wood piling, with a steel band around the top so that it doesn't split, which is driven into the ground for foundations.
Tool used to cut or shape wood, with its cutting blade, when it is held by hand and the handle end is hammered, to apply force.