(a) it sets off a fire alarm (b) it sets your apartment on fire
- pick one. Its Bongoland, its a two year old flat - it will be there to fulfill some bullshit new safety reg, it probably isnt actually wired to anything.
Speaking of safety reqgulations, tho: >mains powered smoke alarm -nope.jpg - may alos be mains connected, but must function on battery only. Which is not entirely unsensible, elctrical fire starts, mains trips, you still asleep, etc.
This is my 3rd summer in my home but my first time gardening. The first year I had to save up for a roof, then the second year I had to refill my savings after the roof. So this year I made it a mission to do the garden.
I decided to do a 4x4 and an 8x4. It's a little cumbersome how I built them so next year I am going to do a massive one and combine them.
In the larger one Ive got peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, and bushbeans. And in the smaller one I've got 2 more tomato plants, beets, and onions.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hi there guys i have some land i inherited in the Yukon near the Yukon Alaska border it's in my moms name but i'm able to do whatever i want with it,we went up there about 4 years ago and here are some pics of it.
my grandfather used to have a gas station up there back in the 60's but i can't find any part of that actual building.
my question is this, how vital is it that i get it surveyed or can i rely on gov't maps and a handheld gps unit to make my own fence around the land and after wards how hard would it be to mill my own lumber from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1013282 I don't think surveys are really necessary but you should definitely have all your existing facilities located. Get a measuring wheel and map you property lines. You should also do a good clean out of all the property before building. Don't build a rigid garage, quansets are all you'll need if you want to just store an rv. Driveways/ approaches are easy but definitely rent a bobcat or mini-excavator and install a culvert.
A room in the house i just moved into has a window that looks into the laundry room. I'd like to put a picture behind it but can't decide how to light it. I'm thinking i could either make a 2 inch mdf box and throw some leds inside or put leds around the inside of the window and just glue the picture to a panel and stick that up. The opening is 48 x 48 so it would be large photo paper.
Matte acrylic with polished edges. Shine light in from one edge - whole damn thing glows. Its how LCD backlights work. (There are some diffusing foils and powerful wizardry, but in principle it is that simple.)
I want to create some sort of sticker stencil to lay on the surface I am painting, and use a blade to cut out the individual sections to paint. But the letters have to much room for error. Any suggestions? Pic related
So I bought a cheap screen door and installed it. Stupidly I didn't check if there was enough clearance for the existing door handle and sure enough there isn't. Any ideas how I can get around this? Thought of adding an architrave but that will only lessen the gap at best
As long as you know the value of two of these, you can calculate the third.
Therefore, to run a mains speaker on a car battery. In the USA mains voltage is 110-120v AC. So at 12v you'll need ten times the amps to convert it from 120v to 12v. If in the UK Mains voltage is 240v, therefore the amperage will be twenty times as high, in order to run at 12v.
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Finally got around to working on my surplus gun box a bit. Removed all the inserts and sanded down with 80 grit to remove some of the roughness. Needs some chiseling on the bottom to smooth it out a bit, then a lot more sanding.
Should I leave those muzzle rests in on the back or take them out? I'm thinking about leaving them in as an homage to what the box used to store.
Also, dark stain or just teak oil?
For those who haven't seen the past threads, basically I buy surplus army crates and turn them into minibars.
I don't know if this is the right board or not for this, but I could really use some opinions
The neighbors behind my aunt's house recently added to the fence to heighten it, there's no alley, so for privacy I guess.
They paid for it, and had came to let my aunt know about it and blah blah blah.
Anyway, the fence looks like shit and there's a big mess left over of sand-like concrete and piles of dead torn old vines. We don't care about the vines, but there's still quite a mess in our backyard now.
I looked over... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1013815 >>1013817 Is the wall right on the property line or is it on their side of the property line? If the latter there is generally nothing you can do. Look into 'good neighbor fence'. Sometimes the local codes require them, most times they don't. Since its their fence they can make it look like whatever they want. You can either put up your own cover or live with it.
If its right on the property line, IE some of it is on your side, some of it is on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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