Finish

The final material applied to a surface, either interior or exterior. Some structural components don't have an exterior finish, such as unfinished poured concrete

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Constrained List
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Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
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BuildingSync
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measure Source
Asphalt or fiberglass Finish material composed primarily of asphalt or fiberglass N/A
Brick Brick finish materials can include brick veneer, as well as full dimension brick. N/A
Carpet Finish material usually associated with a floor surface N/A
Closed cell n/a
Concrete Concrete finishes can be smooth or textured. N/A
EIFS Exterior Insulation and Finish System, a nonload bearing, exterior wall cladding system that consists of an insulation board attached either adhesively or mechanically, or both, to the substrate; an integrally reinforced base coat; and a textured protective finish coat. N/A IBC, ASTM
Fiber cement Fiber cement is a composite material made of sand, cement and cellulose fibers. n/a
Linoleum Finish material usually associated with a floor surface N/A
Masonite Masonite is a type of hardboard made of steam-cooked and pressure-molded wood fibres. This product is also known as Quartrboard, Isorel, hernit, karlit, torex or treetex. n/a
Masonry Masonry finish materials can include plaster, adobe. N/A
Metal N/A
Metal panel N/A
Metal panel standing seam Standing seam metal panels are generally used for wall and roof finishes. N/A IEP
Plastic rubber synthetic sheeting Finish material composed primarily of synthetic materials such as plastic or rubber. N/A
Shakes wood Shakes, applied as a finish to a wall or roof surface, made entirely of wood. Wood shakes are split (as opposed to wood shingles that are sawn). N/A
Sheet metal N/A
Shingles n/a
Shingles asbestos Shingles, used for example as a finish for a roof or wall, made from a combination of cement and asbestos. Due to the dangerous nature of asbestos, it was banned in 1989 as a building material and as a result this type of shingle is only found on older buildings. N/A
Shingles asphalt Shingles, used for example as a finish for a roof or wall, that have some type of asphalt-saturated base material (such as felt) and have an asphalt layer covered with ceramic granules applied to one or both sides. N/A
Shingles composition Shingles, used for example as a finish for a roof or wall, that are made of a combination of different materials. They can include a variation on the traditional asphalt shingle where the felt layer is replaced by fiberglass. Recycled plastics can also be used for the backing and top layer of the shingle. Some versions will include recycled resins and plastics which mimic stone and wood. N/A IEP
Shingles slate or tile Shingles, applied as a finish to a wall or roof surface, made of slate or tile (ceramic, concrete) N/A IEP
Shingles wood Shingles, used for example as a finish for a roof or wall, made entirely of wood. Wood shingles are sawn. N/A
Stone Stone finish materials can include slate, granite, flagstone, limestone, etc. N/A
Tile Tile finish materials can be made from ceramic, glass, plastic N/A
Vermiculite n/a
Wood Wood finish materials can include wood siding or wood paneling. N/A
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