exterior wall

exterior wall

A wall that is part of the envelope of a building thereby having one face exposed to the weather or to earth. See also: Wall

exterior wall, external wall, periphery wall

A wall which is part of the envelope of a building, thereby having one face exposed to the weather or to earth.
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approximately 70 m 2 sealing exterior wall base os 5.
Another option is to build a stud wall along the exterior wall and fill that with insulation.
You can, for example, fit insulated plasterboard inside an exterior wall, or create a new, stud wall along an exterior wall and fill that with insulation.
The car smashed completely through the building's exterior wall, as well as an interior wall, before coming to a stop just 3 feet from the opposite exterior wall.
As building codes become more stringent, we are seeing a growing need for proven, cost-effective building solutions that help ensure homes are not compromised by water leaks in the exterior wall assembly," said Bob Dahl, vice president, Fiberweb Construction and Specialty Products.
Repair, retrofit, and inspection of building exterior wall systems.
I can't tell you the number of buildings we have had to go into and retrofit a closure at the plenum to exterior wall connection (Photograph 3).
There are many types of exterior wall materials that can be used to assemble building-envelope systems.
Nothing eases entry for crawling pests like a quick jaunt from a tree or plant onto the building's exterior wall.
The Vista lodge had a similar flag painted on its exterior wall.
This was done by cutting the top plate of each wall from its connection to the adjoining exterior wall and inwardly collapsing the cut section of wall, employing supports fashioned from salvaged lumber, ropes and cables to prevent remaining walls from falling unexpectedly and harming members of the deconstruction team.
As bold patches on the exterior wall reveal parts of a jigsaw that formed the older house, a wafer-thin white steel staircase cuts across it diagonally, for ever blocking the old doorway.