A premises component that contain some type of transparent or translucent glazing material, as well as some type of framing or sash material. [NOTE: The Location term can be added to this term if there is a need to differentiate between interior and exterior fenestration products, or in any other way describe the location of the product.]

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List Options Option Definition Unit of Measuresort descending
Window Typically a vertical fenestration component. None
Skylight Typically a horizontal or sloped fenestration component. None
Door A door that has a glazed component covering over 50% of its area. None
Tubular skylight A non-operable device primarily designed to transmit daylight from a roof surface to an interior ceiling surface via a tubular conduit. None
Drive through window Openings in the building envelope of the premises for customers to order, pay, and/or receive a good or service without parking or exiting their car. None
Curtain wall An external non-load bearing wall that consists of any combination of framing materials, fixed glazing, opaque glazing, operable windows, or other in-fill materials. None
Window wall A type of fenestration that does not usually fill the entire wall surface, compared to a curtain wall which does take the place of an opaque wall system. Window walls are also referred to as ribbon windows. None
Other Other None
Unknown Unknown None
None None None
Not applicable Not applicable None
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