elevations drawn at a 1/4"-1’-0” scale. Windows are marked with each alphabetical letter for the type of windows on the floor plan. For instance, a window marked with letter A means the window type A. A typical door schedule table for a residential project has a briefer form than a commercial project, because residential windows are very standard and the information for installation may not be necessary. The items in a typical window schedule for a small or residential project include the mark, number (quantity), unit size, rough opening size, type of window, material, finish, glazing
(type of glass) and remarks (Figure 53).
Figure 52. Window marks on floor plan
6'5" x 6' 6'5-1/2" x 6'0-1/2"
5' x 1'2" 5'0-1/2" x 1'2-1/2""
8' x 11'
8'0-1/2" x 11'0-1/2"
GLAZING 5/8" CLEAR TEMPERED
5/8" CLEAR TEMPERED
ENGY EFF GL
Figure 53. A typical window schedule for a residential project.
Window schedules in a commercial project are more complicated than a residential project due to various types and materials of windows. The items include the mark, number (quantity), manufacturer & style, model number, size of window, rough opening, window type, material, finish, glazing (type of glass) and remarks (Figure 54).