Restoring old picture frames
I love how much work went into old picture frames. They often told as much of a story as the picture inside. I see lots of frames in my business that have not been treated well, that have been stored badly in sheds or sat in rooms with smoke building up on them for years. It's great to be able to get the frames back to their glory days and let their beauty shine on through. If you are looking to do some restoration of your own, my site has a collection of the tips and tricks I've learnt over the years to get the best effects.
The beautiful and durable shade sail is a great alternative to regular sunshades, providing cool shade and a variety of styles to pick from. Shade sails are designed to last for years, but they are still prone to tearing or ripping. When this happens, it can be discouraging and disappointing, leaving you wondering what to do with the torn shade sail. In this post, you'll learn what steps to take to manage a torn shade sail and find the perfect solution for your shade sail.
Cast resin transformers are a popular form of transformers used in power distribution. These transformers have some unique features that make them ideal for medium-voltage applications. For example, they are environment-friendly, offer better resistance against water and moisture and provide excellent fire resistance capabilities. However, even the most robust transformers can develop issues over time due to various reasons like overload, age and environmental factors. In such cases, repair may be necessary, but what can go wrong and what should you do if you are affected?
Cracks in your house's walls or foundations need to be repaired as quickly as possible before they get any worse. They are typically dealt with simply by filling the cracks with a substance, usually epoxy or polyurethane. The two main methods that your repairer may use are low-pressure or high-pressure injection. Here is an explanation of each.
Low-pressure injections are probably the more common method of injecting filler into a crack.