the unfinished opening in a framed or concrete block wall, sized to receive a door or window, plus leave enough room to make adjustments for level and square http://www.arttofimpactwindows.com
An unfinished opening in a frame wall, sized to accept the frame of a door or window.
The frame wall opening to receive a door or window unit.
An unfinished wall opening where a door will be installed and is lined by wood members; the top one is the "header", the sides are the "jack studs", and the bottom is the "rough sill."
The size of the wall opening into which a door or window is going to be placed
1. The opening provided for the installation of a pre-hung sauna door consisting of wood framing and located in the exact area where the door is to be installed. Commonly referred to by the construction industry and in print as R.O. 2. The overall width of a door including its jamb material
The opening in the wall where a window or door unit is to be installed. Openings are larger than the size of the unit to allow room for insulation and to shim the unit square.
ANY UNFINISHED OPENING IN A WALL INTO WHICH A WINDOW OR DOOR WILL BE PUT IN.
The opening left in a frame wall to receive a window or door unit.
The clear dimensions of the opening that must be provided in a wall frame to accept a given door or window unit.
Wall opening in the rough framing or construction into which a door frame is to be installed.
The opening in a wall where a window is to be installed. Normally, the rough opening must be sized 1/2 inch larger than the frame in both width and height.
A framed opening in which the unit will be installed.
An unfinished opening where a window or door will be installed. Usage: Rough openings are lined by wood members; the top one is the "header" and the side ones are the "trimmers."
The openings in walls and partitions for doors and windows as formed by the framing members.
An opening in the wall used to mount a recessed cabinet.
gap in wall, floor, or ceiling formed by structural framing members.
Any unfinished opening in the framing of a building.
The opening for your door and/or sidelights before any framing material has been applied.
The opening in the wall where the window or door is to be installed, slightly larger than the size of the unit to allow squaring.
The size of the wall opening into which a window or door is to be installed.
The framed opening in a wall into which a window or door unit is to be installed.
The opening in a wall into which a door or window is to be installed.
A framed opening into which a door, window or other type frame will be fitted.
The size of the actual hole in the wall where the door and jamb will be installed. A measure from the first vertical stud to next for the width, and from the floor to the first horizontal stud (ie top to bottom) for the height. The size of the Rough Opening is generally at least 1/2” larger than the size of the door jamb/frame to be installed.
The opening built into a frame wall to receive a window or door unit. It is formed with a header along the top that’s supported by jack studs on each side. The rough sill at the bottom is supported by cripples. A rough opening is generally greater in width and height than the window or door unit.
Dimensions of the opening in the framework of the home required to install a complete door unit. (allowing ½" clearance on top and each side for stabilization shims)
Trim size; The framed-in opening, slightly larger than the actual window/door, that replaces wall studs to support the structure and accommodate a window/door.
The horizontal and vertical measurement of a window or door opening before drywall or siding is installed
framed opening in wall in which a window is installed.
Rough Opening is the recommended opening dimension (width and height) for framing.
The opening in a wall into which a replacement window will be installed.
A structurally-framed opening in a wall which receives a door unit or window.
Any opening in a building's framework for the insertion of windows, doors, stairways etc.
The opening cut into a wall to accommodate a window, door, or similar structure. The rough opening is larger than the item, leaving sufficient room for proper installation.