Lesson Summary – click mouse to work through the slides point by point • Name as many different types of pier as you can used in residential building. • Brick, Timber stumps, pre-cast concrete, steel posts, uni-pier • What is the maximum height for 230 x 230 brick piers? • 1.000m • What do we call the continuous brick wall below floor level? • Dwarf wall • What are the two different types of brick piers used in sub-floor construction, one attached to dwarf wall, one not? • Engaged piers, Isolated piers • Name the three common types of construction (eg. Brick veneer) • Brick Veneer, Timber Framed, Cavity Brick (review sketches from textbook) also on next 3 slides
What type of construction is shown here? • Timber framed construction • Can you name the components?
Brick Veneer construction What’s different in these components? They have used platform flooring. What type of construction is shown here?
Cavity Brickwork Do you remember what is shown in the circle that bridges the cavity? Threshold What type of constructiopn is shown here?
Ventilation • Name some different types of vents used in sub-floor brickwork • Standard terracotta, terracotta louvered, concrete with wire, open brick • What is the purpose of sub-floor space? • Elevation of the building for a sloping site to avoid cut & fill, Sufficient space for air circulation and removal of trapped moisture, easy access for future inspections.
Tools used in Flooring – click mouse and tool will appear, click again for answer / name of tool Flooring Clamp Floor Sander (edger) Claw Hammer Flooring secret nailer Nail Punches Finish Nailer (fix out) Floor Sander Hand operated flooring clamp
Calculations • Sub Floor Brickwork, review you exercises and text book from page36 • Bearer Quantities, review your exercises and textbook from page 39. Also look at bearer & joist calc’s in revision tools on ground floor page near toolbox.