Element of an attic
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure||Source|
|Attic level transition||In split level homes, the attic level will often change. There will be a vertical frame wall that connects the two horizontal attic planes. Often, this wall’s framing cavity bays will be open where it passes the level of the lower attic plane.||n/a|
|Chimney or flue chase||n/a|
|Dropped soffit||A drop soffit area is usually located above an architectural detail in the living space, often above cabinets in a kitchen or bathroom.||n/a|
|Mechanical chase||Mechanical chases are large openings in the attic plane that allow ducts, pipes or wire bunches to pass from the living space into the attic area.||n/a|
|Plumbing wet wall||A plumbing wet wall is a special type of top plate. This is the wall top plate where plumbing stack pipes penetrate the attic plane.||n/a|
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