A few years ago we had this platform deck built (I know, not DIY) as a place to put our outdoor dining table. It’s right next to the peach tree. It looks fine now, but when the peaches come in it weighs down the branches and slumps over the table making it basically useless. We have a small West End outside space that is composed of this deck and a small section of brickwork.
Today I went and got a behind the scene peek at the new Maine Hardware apparel we designed and are having screen printed locally at Brian Gilbert Associates Associates in Cumberland…
Whether you are framing a home or simply hanging framed art, finding the right tool can help insure it can get the job done while also avoiding overspending on functions that you personally won’t use. Here are two great drills spanning from entry-level to professional level grade:
Filing your blades to a sharpened edge can make shoveling and hoeing an easier task to muscle.
First off, this my most aggressive DIY project to date. I am not a contractor or professional. As a matter of fact, all the jobs I’ve competed to date on the house were the first time I’ve done any of them. Fortunately, places like Maine Hardware still exist. Otherwise, I’d still be trolling the internet searching for gear to get the job done.