A small hole at the bottom of a wall which allows water absorbed by the wall to drain away outside.
Drainage hole that allows water to escape.
A small opening or hole in the bottom of a letter or a sign cabinet, placed at the lowest point to prevent water from accumulating in a unit.
a bearing relief hole, and is intentionally placed on water pumps as an early indicator of internal failure
The visible exit or entry part of a water drainage system used to drain water out of a window or patio door.
A small opening in a masonry cavity wall through which accumulated water or condensation can drain to the exterior.
A hole in a retaining wall that allows water to seep through and thus relieves pressure against the wall.
A small hole drilled into high pressure fittings to allow the water to escape in a safe manner should a leak occur.
Small drainage outlet at the base of a retaining wall that allows water to seep out and prevents the build up of water pressure that may damage the wall.
An opening normally in a masonry head joint at the bottom of a unit to allow any moisture behind it to escape.
A small hole in a wall or storm window which permits water to drain off
Drainage holes provided on a window or door allowing water to drain from the frame to the outside.
Construction term referring to holes at the bottom of brick and masonry walls that allow water to escape from the space between the bricks and building sheathing.
Small holes in masonry cavity walls to release moisture accumulation to the exterior.
Small hole in masonry wall that permits water to drain from behind wall.
water drainage opening in masonry wall.
A small hole as designed within a system or a post-penetration in a system to drain or relieve water.
A hole which allows for drainage of entrapped water from masonry or glazing structures.
A closed weep is a hinged flap that drains moisture but then closes to prevent air infiltration.
A small hole or slot designed to drain water from a window or wall system. An open weep is a cutout section without moving parts.
An opening left or installed to prevent water from accumulating behind a wall or within a wall.
is a small hole in a wall which allows water to drain off.
A small opening in window or sill member through which water may drain to the building exterior.
An opening left (or cut) in mortar joints or masonry face shells to allow moisture to exit the wall. Usually located immediately above flashing.
Space or small opening left in a masonry wall to allow water to drain from behind the wall.
Weep holes or "weeper holes" are small openings left in the outer walls of masonry construction as an outlet for water inside a building to move outside the wall and evaporate. The term was coined by archaeologist C. Leonard Woolley after finding evidence of weep holes in ziggurats.