1. Chimney: a vertical channel or pipe which conducts smoke and combustion gases up from a fire or furnace and typically through the roof of a building.
2. Drainpipe: a pipe for carrying off rainwater or liquid refuse from a building.
3. Burglar alarm: an electronic device that emits a loud noise when someone attempts to make unauthorized entry to a building or other premises.
4. Balcony: a raised platform that is connected to the side of a building and surrounded by a low wall or railing
5. Window pane: a single piece of glass in the window of a building
6. Ridge: the line or edge formed where the two sloping sides of a roof meet at the top.
7. Garage: a building where a car is kept, built next to or as part of a house
8. Porch: a covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building.
9. Letterbox: a box attached to an outside wall, or a slot in the door of a building, into which mail is delivered.
10. Eaves: the part of a roof that meets or overhangs the walls of a building.
11. Windowsill: a shelf formed by the bottom part of the frame of a window.
12. Skylight: an opening in a roof or ceiling, fitted with glass, for admitting daylight.
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