Finish Schedule

A finish schedule specifies the interior finish material for each room, space, and floor in the building. The finish schedule provides information for the walls, floors, ceilings, baseboards, doors, and window trim. Finish schedules can vary in both format and complexity. A single-family home will generally consist of a limited number of finishes. Commercial buildings, on the other hand, may consist of a larger number of wall and floor finishes. The larger finish schedules are normally in a matrix format and are typically divided into categories such as by space use or by floor. The Y axis lists the spaces, and the X axis is sectioned into floors, base, walls, and ceilings. The room finish schedule should have an entry for every room and hallway in the house or room addition. Finish schedules will also list ceiling heights and marks for each space. The marks can constitute room numbers. Typical examples of finish schedules are shown in Figure 9.7.

ROO

M FINISH SCHEDULE

Room No.

Room Name

Floor

Walls

Cei

ing

Notes

N

S

E

W

Matl

Ht

INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE

room

floor

walls

ceiling

notes/ remarks

VINYL

CARPET

TILE

HARDWOOD

CORK

PAINT

PAPER

TEXTURE

TILE

SMOOTH

BROCADE

PAINT

FOYER

KITCHEN

DINING

FAMILY

LIVING

M. BED.

M.BATH

BED 2

BED 3

BATH 2

UTILITY

Figure 9.7B An example of one type of interior-finish schedule.

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  • antonia
    What is a finish schedule?
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  • jakob
    How to draw finishing schedule in architecture?
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  • ted
    What do you designate wall base in finish SCHEDULES?
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    What is a room finish schedule?
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