Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.
A short horizontal timber strut fixed between studs or joists in framed construction to provide lateral stiffening and intermediate fixing points for cladding or lining
Brick material filled into the walls of a wood-framed house, to keep the house warm.
rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame
Short wooden stiffeners inserted between joists
Either infill of masonry laid as panels between a timber wall-frame or small horizontal pieces of timber fixed between the wall studs
Nogging is a member in a frame that is used to stiffen the frame. Noggings in a wall frame are set approximately halfway over the height of the wall to eliminate the likelihood of movement. A stiffer frame also has more integrity for load bearing over a larger area. Pointing: The process of trimming out to the mortar between the brickwork and blockwork in a masonry wall. Pointing can also refer to the trimming up of the mortar to roof capping tiles and ridge tiles. This mortar is usually colour matched to the roof tile.
Short cross-pieces of timber used to brace studs.
Dwang; A short piece of timber set between two studs, joists, rafters or purlins to keep them rigid.
Short horizontal timber fixed between two studs.
Paneled brickwork installed between house timbers. Vertical timbers are called posts; horizontal sections are called "nogging pieces".