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structural member consisting of a continuous horizontal timber forming the lowest member of a framework or supporting structure

(geology) a flat (usually horizontal) mass of igneous rock between two layers of older sedimentary rock

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Lot 130: Carpentry: - 300 mA attic with wooden frame plaster tiles;: - 1 500 m of wood sill, wood beams and columns KHV and BSH;: - 400 mA wooden frame walls with insulation and cladding, larch;: - 1 700 mA panel canopies with plaster tiles and UK;: - 550 mA wood wool ceiling insulation panels.
The newly renovated digs, advertised on Craigslist in early January, feature several small cutouts of brick, framed by wood sills and back-lit like works of art.
She also alleges that most didn't fit, plaster was chipped from internal walls and the team of two fitters could offer only dark wood sills to match the new white uPVC frames.
Installation of additional anchor bolts to provide adequate attachment of the wood sills to the concrete foundation.
Instead, tie-down brackets can be added to ensure secure attachment of the floor structure to the wood sills.