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I have an outdoor DC transformer for lighting system that must connect to an outdoor outlet. It's not hardwired. So if I plug this transformer to an in-use outlet permanently, how do I ensure that this transformer is protected from rain and weather c
How we do Buffing and Metal Polishing Services Many people ask many questions about how we perform Metal Polishing Services to parts and get everything so much to a Chrome - Like Mirror Finish? We can perform Metal Polishing to many different metals
I described my problem in this question here How to fix deck board at edge not lined up with beam? This is the outcome of that project. There ended up a bit of gap in some area like 1/8" - 3/16". It's the one on the left here: The reason is that when
So I am in the final stages of a deck rebuild, and at the last minute thought about a slight change. To the right of this photo you can see an power outlet on the wall, currently has a yellow extension cord plugged in. Behind the photographer, the de
I've poured some piers for a deck (deck will be ~20 inches off the ground). As I was tightening nuts that hold on the fitting, the j-bolts kept getting loose. On the first one, I re-tightened a few times to no effect
Setting Posts Using Temporary Bridging. With your level string-line in place, you can now measure down to the edge of the hole. Let’s say its 4-feet from the level string line to the hole
Since I was the commenter in question ;-) Doubled wedges are just wedges put point-to-point and driven towards each other - the wedge is one of the basic machines if your history class even touched on those. I'll be very amused to see alfreema try wh
How to attached wood to concrete that is well cured. (over a Jul 24, 2012 This is a video of how I attach wood to concrete and it works very well. to attached wood to concrete that is well cured
HOW TO INSTALL COCKTAIL RAILINGTREX TRANSCEND Important: ONLY use with 4x4 post and post sleeve. Cutting post and post sleeve ONLY apply to Cocktail style railing. NOTE: Blocking can be added for extra strength
Either method is fine so it becomes a matter of taste and skill. The first method is the overhang bullnose style, which is the most common. I believe you are using the Trex style grooved decking that utilizes the invisible clips