Measure the height
Before ordering your stairs, you need to determine how much space is available. Start by finding out the floor-to-floor height. This involves measuring from the top of the finished lower floor to the top of the finished upper floor. The term ‘finished floor’, by the way, refers to the surface you walk on and includes any floor covering such as carpet or laminate. Once the staircase manufacturer has this information, they can work out how many steps are needed to create well-proportioned stairs that comply with UK building regulations.
Measure the width
Having established the height, you now have to find out the width. This comprises the total measurement across the strings and steps combined. (Strings, also …
If you are new to home ownership, then determining what type of checking on the home exterior needs to be done can be stressful. So, to help out, here are the place you need to be paying special attention to:
- Gutters – The gutters of your home control the amount of rainwater reaches your home’s exterior and protect your roofing as well as your home’s siding. Be sure they are attached correctly and are not sagging anywhere. It is also important to clean them periodically so that there is no build up of debris.
- Paint – Take time to note if you need to touch up an area or call in a professional painting crew. The status of the paint
The first thing to consider is whether to choose low-voltage, LED or go with solar lights. Do you want to try using solar path lights in your garden or landscaping project? Solar path lighting options can be simple to set up and do not require much upkeep. They also don’t require an outlet. Solar lights have also become much more inexpensive over the last decade. These lights can can be a solution but there are some drawbacks. Solar lights do not work in shade or during cloudy weather and, although lighting technology is getting better, the light may be dimmer depending on the amount of sun the panel received that day. One thing to consider is to use solar light …
Before you get started, make sure you have bought the required safety gear, such as welding helmet, gloves, glasses, and a good fire resistant jacket. Lately, you can buy a variety of quality helmets.
Ideally, you may want to opt for an auto-darkening one. Also, you should have enough ventilation. Alternatively, you can use a strong fume extraction system.
It’s not a good idea to work beside the objects that can catch fire quickly. You may want to choose a location that is safe.
MIG, TIG And stick flux-cored
Although these terms look scary, you don’t have to worry. We will explain them in this article.
In the case of wire welding, spools of wire are fed via a …
The rubbish that is generated that requires such service can be of various natures. Some are toxic; some cannot be recycled while other can get rotten and produce foul smell or litter that would disturb the people around it. A proper service team can help you to identify the types of waste while they remove it. They take proper precaution so that no harm can come to you or your belongings while removing. The wastes are also collected without any spillage and to the last remaining bit so you don’t have to worry about the residual waste.
Another thing to remember while selecting such services is to look for what is the technique they are using to dispose of the …
Aluminium curtain walling is an outer structure that protects the building frame. It generally is build up of materials like glass and aluminium frames.
If you are planning to start construction of your building and are searching for the best options for protection, then down below are few advantages and disadvantages listed of curtain walls.
Weighing all advantages of Curtain walls
- Lighting and elegance. The combination of aluminium frames and glass material together makes it a very classy option to use, also allows the abundance of daylight to walk in, thus leading to less use of power consumption during the daytime.
- No UV rays. UV – the ultraviolet rays are very harmful to any skin, as they can cause severe
When filling out a snow removal contract there should be certain information included in the contract, which includes, but not limited to: Address of the property for snow removal. Name(s) of the person who owns the property. The name, address, and phone number of the company that is removing the snow. Length of the contract. How much for snow removal. What the company is suppose to do such as the driveway, sidewalks, etc. When it is suppose to be done. How much it will cost. How payments are to be made. What will happen if the bill is not paid
One of the most important aspects of such a contract is the fee schedule. There is usually no set fee …
Kept spotlessly clean, the living room location permitted the homemaker to entertain guests without their getting far into the dwelling (where messes lurked). A home maker might comfortably engage in polite and interesting conversation, and make an impression on guests in the living room. That location, the most formal, coat-and-tie room in the house, exuded sophistication as well as cleanliness and it wordlessly identified the family as rising in social status (or it did not). But, housing changed in the U.S. in the 1970’s when people wanted to express themselves, to have more choice, and they cared less about what guests thought of them.
They cared more about configuring their home with imaginative and useful living space. Still, even today, …
The winter season brings with it challenges that aren’t purely seasonal in nature; the holiday season comes with a heavy increase in foot traffic around the house as people spend a lot of time indoors. This double effect can combine to do some real damage to your beautiful hardwood floors if you aren’t prepared. Let’s take a quick look at how the changing season can harm your flooring and how you can prevent this from happening.
Common Winter Elemental Damages
- Gap formation: The air that your air-conditioning systems will be circulating throughout your home in the winter season is much drier than the type of air that circulates during the summer months. The effect this has on wood is that