A. 12" on center
B. 16" on center
C. 20" on center.
D. 24" on center.
A. 30" x 30"
B. 32" x 32"
C. 36" x 36"
D. 42" x 42"
C. Design preferences.
D. Physical appearance.
A. You should maintain the required space in front of the toilet.
B. You should change the height of water line.
C. You should increase the size of the waste line.
D. You should change the center line to accommodate the elongated toilet.
A. Object line using a solid black line.
B. Hidden object line using a series of dotted lines.
C. Object line using a light, thin line.
D. Witness line using a solid, black line.
A. 100 Ibs
B. 250 lbs
C. 300 lbs
D. 400 lbs
A. In the replacement market.
B. When units are identical.
C. If the job is not labor intensive.
D. If your profit margin is projected to be high.
A. Color runs throughout the product
C. Has granite look aggregate
D. Stain resistant
D. Split complementary
A. A licensed asbestos abatement contractor.
B. The local building inspector.
C. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
D. The Environmental Protection Agency.
A. Construction plan, floor plan, mechanical plan, elevations
B. Floor plan and elevations
C. Specifications and building permits
D. Interpretive drawings and design statement
A. The contractor or production manager, designer, installer and homeowner.
B. The designer, homeowner, installer, plumber, and inspector.
C. The contractor, production manager, and designer.
D. The production manager, designer, installer, homeowner, and building inspector.
A. True height and width of cabinetry.
B. True shape of two wal1s at right angles to each other.
C. True depths of cabinetry.
D. Three dimensions of cabinetry
A. The termination of a dimension.
B. A hidden object below the cutting plane
C. An object overhead.
D. A portion of the drawing has been cut out of the middle.
A. Enhance the beauty of the finished project.
B. Achieve proper depth of the cabinet.
C. Allow for irregularities in the contour of the walls
D. Maintain the door profile.
A. Add a skylight to the space
B. Remove an interior wall to allow window space from another room
C. Disregard the 8% guideline due to construction constraints
D. Explain to the client that the window must be enlarged to meet the code requirements
A. Uniform Building Code
B. Southern Building Code Congress
C. International Congress of Building Officials
D. International Residential Code
D. Owner of the firm.
A. Select a bright, warm color for the shower tile and paint the side walls a lighter, cooler color
B. Paint the ceiling a dark color and select a red or yellow paint for the walls
C. Paint the side walls a warm, dark color and select a white for the ceiling
D. Select a dark green for the shower tile and paint the side walls to match
A. A double, parallel broken line/double, parallel broken line
B. Multiple parallellinesfdouble parallel broken lines
C. A series of short and long broken linesfdouble parallel broken lines
D. A lighter line than the restfa double parallel line with diagonal stripes