A horizontal timber which runs along the top of a wall to support the ends of joists and spread their load.
A steel plate laid on a masonry or a concrete wall to carry the end of a beam and to distribute its load.
A horizontal timber in or at the top of a wall supporting floor joists, ceiling joists or rafters.
A beam running along the top of a wall to support the roof joists.
plate (a timber along the top of a wall) to support the ends of joists, etc., and distribute the load
Horizontal timber along the top of the walls at eaves level to which rafters and ceiling are fixed.
A structural timber along the top or bottom of a wall.
A horizontal beam attached to the top of frame studs.
Wooden beam in inner leaf of wall to support floor and roof joists.
Timber placed at the eaves of a roof, to take the weight of the roof timbers.
1. Cover protecting the electrical outlet or switch on the wall or box. 2. Top horizontal structural member of a masonry wall.
A horizontal member anchored to a masonry wall to which other structural elements may be attached. Also called head plate.
A horizontal member, usually of wood, secured to masonry to which the frame construction is attached.
Horizontal timber along wall top to receive ends of the common rafters, etc. In timber-framing, the studs are tenoned into it. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 415)
Refers to the mounting plate that attaches to the wall to hold a bracket lamp.
The horizontal piece of wood at the top of a wall immediately under the roof
A horizontal timber situated along the top of a wall at the level of the eaves for bearing the ends of joists or rafters. A plate used to attach a bracket or similar device to a wall.