A solid member wall frame support. Usually located sixteen inch on center.
A vertical framing piece in a wall, generally 2x4 lumber in interior walls.
A post for connecting wire, similar to a binding post.
a structural framing member used to make structural and partition walls.
Any of a number of upright pieces in the walls of a building to which panels, siding, laths, etc. are nailed
Vertical member of a frame wall usually placed between a bottom plate and a top plate, spaced every 16 inches or 24 inches apart. Provides structural support for drywall and sheathing.
vertical wooden member forming part of a building's frame and walls. Exterior siding and interior sheathing can be attached to studs.
In classic simplicity, this earring has a ball or stone attached to a straight post with no dangling parts.
an upright in house framing
provide with or construct with studs; "stud the wall"
a slender wood or metal vertical structure that is placed as a supporting element in a wall
A vertical framing member used in both exterior and interior walls.
The vertical member that forms the framework of a partition or wall and editor of this glossary.
vertical member in the wall or partition of a framed structure
A 100x50 (2x4) vertical framing member used to construct walls.
vertical wood members of house framing.
Vertical wood framing members which form a frame wall. In normal construction these are 2 x 4's about 8' long.
An upright piece (usually made of wood or steel) used to frame a wall.
An upright metal or wood post in the framework of a wall for supporting an approved interior material such as gypsum wallboard.
Vertical wooden members that frame a wall.
A framing member, usually cut to a precise length at the mill and designed to be used in framing building walls with little or no trimming before it is set in place. Studs are most often 2x4s, but 2x3s, 2x6s, and other sizes are also included in the stud category; studs may be of wood, steel, or composite material.
Metal or wood post in the framing of a wall used for support
One of a series of slender wood or metal vertical structural members placed as supporting elements in walls and partitions.
Slender wood structural member used as a supporting element in walls and partitions.
A vertical wood support in a frame wall.
A 2x4 or 2x6 vertical framing member used to construct walls and partitions.
One of a series of vertical structural members which acts as a supporting element in a wall.
One of a small series of small closely spaced wall framing members.
One of the smaller uprights in the framing of the walls of a building to which sheathing, paneling, or laths are fastened
An upright piece of lumber or steel in a wall, to which panels, siding, drywall, or other coverings are attached.
( poteau) in timber construction, one of a series of vertical supports.
Wood member used for wall framing, usually 16" on center.
Vertical structural wall support of wood or metal.
Vertical wood framing members which form a frame wall. In normal construction these are eight foot-long 2" x 4"s.
A vertical wooden strut used in partition walls.
A vertical wall member to which exterior or interior covering or collateral material may be attached. May be either load bearing or non-load bearing.
Vertical wood plank that, when placed together, makes up the walls of the house.
one of the small uprights in the framing of the walls of a building; insulation is placed between and sometimes attached to studs.
Evenly spaced vertical framing members of wall.
Upright wood or metal members used as supporting elements in walls and partitions.
A nominal 2 inch lumber product that is designed to be installed vertically in the wall. May be 2x3, 2x4 or 2x6 stud in Kan Build wall systems.
One of a series of vertical framing timbers used as a supporting element in a wall or partition.
A vertical, framing member in a wall or partition.
Typically the vertical structural components of a wall. Usually 2"x4" wooden members.
One of a series of vertical members of the house framing to which horizontal sheets are nailed.
The vertical framing and support member of a structure, usually a nominal 2" X 4". An uncut stud is a full stud. The plural is studs, studding, or in some areas scantilings.
One of a series of wood or metal vertical structural members placed as supporting elements in wall or partitions.
A popular term used for a length of wood or steel used in or for wall framing.
An earring featuring a single stone or metal ball, usually worn on pierced ears
A simple style of earring for pierced ears that has a single stone (such as a pearl) or metal ball on a straight post with no dangling parts. (See also Button earring).
An electrical connector. (Also a term referring to a framing member.) Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A single stone or metal ball on a straight post worn on pierced ears.
vertical framing member for wall, usually wood.
A vertical supporting beam.
An upright scanting, esp. one of the small uprights in the framing for lath and plaster partitions, and furring, and upon which the laths are nailed.
A kind of nail with a large head, used chiefly for ornament; an ornamental knob; a boss.
To adorn with shining studs, or knobs.