A boom lift, also referred to as a basket crane, hydra ladder, or a cherry picker, is fashioned to lift workers and equipment for any type of aerial work. Boom lifts are available in different types based on each job specification. As such, you need to take into consideration a number of factors when hiring a boom lift for a specific project. Read on for further insight. Necessary elevation As earlier mentioned, boom lifts are generally used to reach high places.
- Welding is a metal fabrication technique used to fuse metal parts together to create unique structures. Typically, the parts being welded together are of the same metal material. But that is not always the case. Sometimes, the manufacturing process may call for fusing of metal parts that are not of the same material. For example, metal fabricators may need to fuse steel to aluminum alloys, stainless steel to carbon steel, titanium to carbon steel, or stainless steel to nickel base alloys.
- Turning a wood box into a planter is a fun project, but if you don't take a few precautions, the box will get wet, and the wood will start to rot. Want to have your homemade planter last as long as possible? Then check out these ideas: 1. Paint the box. Paint helps to seal wood from moisture and sunlight, and it can help your box last longer. Sand the box before painting it so that the paint adheres readily to the box, and if possible, choose paint designed for outdoor use.
- If you have well water and the water pressure in your home drops, your pump may not be working correctly, but in other cases, the problem may be something else. Luckily, ascertaining the root of the problem is relatively easy. Simply, take yourself through these troubleshooting tips: 1. Make sure the pump has power Before you panic, make sure your pump has power. Is it switched on? Is the pressure control switch on?
- If you live in a hot climate, a sealed, conditioned attic can save you money on your cooling bills. Recently, researchers in a hot climate looked at four houses with the same floor plan, and they played with different configurations of ventilation, sealed spaces and conditioned attics. Ultimately, they determined that running your duct work through a sealed and air conditioned attic is the most efficient option. If you are ready to reduce your energy consumption, here are the five steps you need to prepare your attic: