In hardware, metal fastenings on cabinets which are usually concealed, like staples
Process of wiring a home and installing rough-in sections of the fixtures and the back boxes of electrical devices; precedes the finish work.
Installing the boxes, cables, and making "in-wall" connections while the walls are still open. Later, final connections are made and the devices and appliances are installed during the trim-out.
The unfinished ends of drain or supply lines marking where fixtures and drains will be installed.
Installation of the drain, waste, vent and supply lines in a structure to the proposed location of each fixture.
The rough ends of drain and supply lines that mark the proposed location of fixtures.
The stage of construction that follows framing, when installation of all systems that will be concealed behind the walls-plumbing, heating, an air-conditioning, and electrical wiring-occurs.
For plumbing, a preliminary step to measure and prepare the surface to accept such piping as a drain and water supply lines.
The installation of plumbing, electrical and other mechanical systems.
The portion of a plumbing installation that includes running the water supply lines and drain, waste & vent lines to the proposed location of each fixture.
Installation of various mechanical systems such as plumbing, electrical, heating, etc.
The early stages of a plumbing project during which supply and drain-waste-vent lines are run to their destinations. All work done after the rough-in is finish work. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A term that refers to the installation of basic Painting , electrical venting, or similar systems that can be completed prior to the installation of the fixtures.
The installation of portions of HVAC, plumbing, and mechanical systems that will be behind finished walls when the structure is completed.