Archive for December, 2016
The new metal roof stood out so much that it was difficult to look anywhere else. Next to houses that were roofed in a mixed array of old asphalt and rusted aluminum, the new roof installation was easy to notice. The roofing repairs, in fact, that were needed on the surrounding building looked even worse once the new church was built. With its bright green painted metal roof that was supposed to retain 95% of its initial reflectance and emittance over time, the rest of the area looked both drab and worn.
The drive from northern Louisiana to New Orleans took you and your father through some pretty interesting territory, and while you spent the majority of the drive looking at the squared in rice fields whenever, you could find them, the metal roofs caught your attention as well. Per
Thank goodness for indoor plumbing! Were you aware that as of 2014, there were 1.6 million people in the United States without it? Even though indoor plumbing is something to be thankful for, there are times when it is a source of frustration and unanticipated costs.
In addition to leaky faucets, there are other plumbing issues that can cost you time and money. How many hours do you spend in the bathroom every week? Were you aware that over the course of their lifetime, the average person spends at least three years in the bathroom?
Do you stand in front of the sink waiting for the hot water to heat up? Over 9,000 gallons of water can be wasted while doing so. In addition to wasting wa
There are a variety of miniature screws and fasteners currently available. Depending on the type and size of project, one or more of these items may be what is needed to complete the job:
- Custom screws
- Custom set screws
- Custom shoulder bolts
- Micro fasteners
- Micro screws
- Miniature screws
- Small screws
- Tiny screws
- Undersized screws
Heat-treated, High-strength alloys are used to make most screws. The 4140, for example, has Rockwell C hardnesses of 32-to-43.
When working on PCs, there are two basic screw thread types that are used for construction and repairs. The first is a self-tapping screw that is used to fasten a PC’s fan to the case