The lumber used around the foundation to support exterior wall framing.
the wood member that connects directly to the foundation to which the floor is connected. The sill plate is made of treated lumber or redwood.
a board laid on the foundation wall on which the framing rests
The lowest member in the framing of a structure; usually 2-by (as in 2x4, 2x6, etc.) lumber bolted to the foundation wall on which the floor joists rest. Also called a mudsill.
horizontal member at the bottom of the studs of a frame wall or partition
(mudsill). Bottom horizontal member of an exterior wall frame which rests atop foundation, sometimes called mudsill. Also sole plate, bottom member of interior wall frame.
The lowest member of the frame of a structure, resting on the foundation and supporting the floor joists or the uprights of the wall (also sill plate or mud sill). Also, the member forming the lower side of an opening, as a door sill, window sill, etc.
The horizontal wood member that is anchored to the foundation masonry to provide a nailing surface for floors or walls built above.
Wood member that rests on foundation wall and is attached to it with anchor bolts. Floor joists and header are attached to it.
A horizontal member anchored to a concrete or masonry wall.
A treated piece of lumber placed on the foundation wall but beneath the module floor framing.
A horizontal piece of wood placed on top of the foundation.
The framing board that the wall rests on or that carries the weight of a wall. A typical sill plate is a 2â€x 4â€ or 2â€x 6â€ treated wood board that is bolted into the slab.
Bottom horizontal member of an exterior wall frame which rests on top a foundation, sometimes called mudsill; also sole plate, bottom member of an interior wall frame
The structural member forming the bottom of a rough opening for a door or window.
Framing lumber placed on and around the foundation to support the exterior wall studs.
THE LOWEST MEMBER OF THE HOUSE FRAMING. IT MUD SILL RESTS ON TOP OF THE FOUNDATION WALL.
The first component of the framing, bolted to the foundation walls, supports the building while anchoring it to the foundation.
One of a series of horizontal framing members resting on top of the foundation walls.
The bottom horizontal wood-framing member laid flat on and anchored to the foundation of a building. Also called a sill or mud sill.
For Rough-in frame work; the Two by Four located under a Window unit, designed to support the window.
The lowest member of the house framing resting on top of the foundation wall. Also called the mud sill.
The framing member anchored to the foundation wall upon which studs and other framing members will be attached. It is the bottom plate of exterior walls.
Horizontal piece of wood that is placed on top of a foundation and fastened with anchor bolts. It is also called a sill cock.
The lowest member of a wood frame structure that rests on the foundation. It supports the floor joists or uprights of the wall. It can also refer to any member forming the lower portion of an opening, such as a door sill or window sill.
horizontal structure bolted to foundation beneath flooring.
Sill-Plate or Sole-Plate in Construction and Architecture is the bottom horizontal member of a wall or building to which vertical members are attached. Sill-Plates are usually composed of lumber.