19th Sep 2015
Something we seldom think about but often feel the effects of, are having a lack of strength in our hands, fingers, wrist and forearm. When working on woodworking projects, you need a lot more stamina and endurance then you would imagine. The pressure and strain from holding a sander or mider saw for hours on end can really add up.
We've come across a good solution for keeping your hands and forearm strong. I've used this great pair of hand strengthener grips for a year now and I can really tell the difference while I'm doing my projects. My arms don't get as sore, I don't have the pain I used to in my hands after work and I can grip a lot harder then before.
It may seem silly, but this is a good fix for anyone that uses their hands a lot. Musicians, woodworkers, construction workers, athletes, rock climbers and many more can take great benefit from this. My advice is that you check it out and see if it works for you. Good luck and as always, please share your results in the comments section. Cheers!
1st Oct 2014
When it comes to woodworking, there are a ton of resources online. You literally have tons of information at your fingertips that you can access at any time. If you are looking for woodworking plans online, Teds Woodworking is probably your best bet. With thousands of plans available you'll have a hard time even looking at each and every one of them.
Another place to find and share information are woodworking forums, for which there is an abundance of online. A lot of these forums have thousands of members constantly sharing their feedback about tools, sharing projects and providing guides for common woodworking processes. There is a wealth of information here if you are willing to spend a little time looking around. I'll list a few of the interesting forums below:
This forum is the most popular of all of the woodworking forums. When I visited this forum there was over 3000 active users on the board. That's huge! There is a ton of talk about design and plans as well as a huge project showcase. This is a highly recommended forum.
18th Sep 2014
Figuring out who to use for your pest control job is not always an easy task. It takes a lot of experience to know how to handle each situation properly. If things are not done right the first time, it can make your problems worse or cost money having the job done twice.
It's important to follow these 3 tips when picking an exterminator. First, look online at reviews of each pest control company and see if anyone has complained about the quality of their work, customer service or cost of services. Second, compare their pricing with that of other pest control companies in the area to make sure they are priced properly. Third, ask for references and make sure they have plenty of experience dealing with your problem.
Many pest control companies specialize in certain things, like bed bugs, cockroaches, spiders, bee's , etc, but if you have something a bit more unique or specialized, make sure they have had experience before hiring them.
If you're looking for Pest Control in Corpus Christi, check these guys out. They have proven track record and twenty or more years of experience.
10th Sep 2014
Discovering evidence of pests have taken up residence in the house is always upsetting. There are dozens of different pests that will quickly exploit any opening into your abode. Even if you watch your door and clean your home, your house can still be subject to pests. This article will discuss some common pest control.
Vacuuming the pests inside your home can reduce pests. This will get rid of anything that you don't see that may be contributing to the pests in your home.Dispose of the vacuum cleaner bag when done.
Make sure that all your food you store is tightly sealed. Food scents are a big attraction to a lot of insects. You need to take out the garbage as soon as it is full. Pests also attracted to trash.
Look around your house for any water that's just sitting there. Standing water is one of pests. Make sure that you take care of any leaky pipes and keep all standing water in your home. If you make water sources scarce, you will eliminate a lot of pests.
10th Sep 2014
When you own a home, there are not many things that can be more annoying than a pest invasion. Unfortunately, there are all kinds of pests out there. You may have a variety of insects, or you may be dealing with larger pests, such as raccoons. Some pests, such as termites, even cause damage to your house. Here's some suggestions for getting rid of these unwelcome intruders.
Attack a pest problem at its source. A good way to deal with a household pest is to eliminate what they live on. Pests are attracted to food, water, and shelter. Make sure you search for food scraps lying around, any water leaks in your plumbing, and openings in your home.
When dealing with a pest problem, check your local ordinances to learn what chemicals you can use. Using banned chemicals can affect a home sale later on. Be sure to look into any type of chemical you are planning on using to make certain it's allowed in your community, city and state.
Use an outdoor perimeter spray to keep insects from entering your home. You will need to spray near the windows and doors, any porches, steps, and along the foundation. As you are spraying, check surfaces for cracks and nooks that can be the point of entry for pests. Make sure you use caulk around these places.