What is the difference between Mullions and Column?2
Feb 12, 2020 7:26 pm
I thought mullions is a structural frame with vertical and horizontal beams attached together, and a column is just a single vertical supporting beam?
Mullion only relates to windows or screens. A column is structural.
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