Not only is this a great tip, it even has all the illustrations so it's clear how it's done. Sort of like the tip itself - no deep calculations necessary.
A water level?A bit dated now that lasers are in common use.
Out of date and somewhat misleading. EPS is actually the most expensive if the better grade is used, not to mention that it is all special order in most places (still ). No mention that poly-iso loses R value at lower temperatures.
A true colonial, at least in New England, also has a center the chimney or chimneys inside where the heat was needed.
Really worthwhile suggestions. One question not answered however is when to first request a review. The first idea is right after the job is finished and the customer is high on the improvement, but maybe still reeling from the disruption of a remodel? Or maybe after a few months, a year, when the improvements have made a deeper impression, making life better, and smaller disappointments have been left behind. Also, a review format should have an edit feature so users can revisit it to improve it. This doesn't need to be carried over to the places where you advertise, obviously.
It's not really different from boat building, and I like to read about that subject to learn their tricks and techniques.
These are the kind of things I love to find when I'm doing a demo job.
Very cryptic. I think the drawing has gone to the same place these comments go - deep space.
I've used a plastic 'torpedo style' snow sled for dirt as well as gravel. Surprisingly durable considerinf how inexpensive they are.
To boldly go where no man has gone before. Yes, chainsaws are unbelievably dangerous, but as with any power tool abundant caution and careful prep help minimize the risk. Still, only experienced users, please. Also, an electric one without all the noise is much less distracting.
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