1. The electrical distribution box where the fuses, circuit breakers and terminals and to which the household wiring is connected.
2. Wood or wood veneer in thin flat section for covering walls or floors.
3. Any thin flat material used in construction.
1. Depressed or raised framed in a portion of a wall, ceiling or door. A panel board pattern is decorative and gives the effect of a series of highlighted squares or rectangular pieces.
2. Site where the electrical service is connected to the wiring and the circuit breakers are mounted. Panel board is the site where three wires from the service entrance conduit are connected to three bus bars in the panel. Two are hot and one is neutral.
Reinforced and size limited brick masonry sections that are assembled at a different location from the use location. The use of these sections, which are also called prefabricated brick masonry or sectionalized brick masonry, on site labor costs.
Device with a flat, short bar on it's built in pivot point, which is used to life panels into position for installation by putting one end of the bar under the bottom and pressing on the lever to raise the panel.
Tool that appears as two large side-by-side X's, which are attached at the points. The unconnected upper and lower points of one X are secured in place and the lower unconnected point of the opposite X holds a pen or pencil. If the connected lower point of the two X's traces a drawing, the attached pen or pencil duplicates the drawing.
An increase in value above original cost or basis that would be realized if he property were sold. Until a sale occurs, the increased value is not recognized in the accounts. When the property is sold, there will be a realized gain or loss.