By Leigh Bennett. Measuring Tools. Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 20:34:03 PM.
There two major types of plastic pipe: the rigid and flexible forms. Depending on the type of plastic it is made of, rigid or firm pipes are used for hot and cold water systems. In order to cut rigid pipes, a hack saw can be used. Solvent cement can easily glue pieces together. A tube cutter that is used for flexible copper pipe is convenient for cutting rigid style plastic pipes. However a specialized blade is demanded - one that is meant for chopping plastic not cast iron or bronze metal.
Plan and Begin laying Your Flooring - Now that you have everything you need, you are ready to begin. The first thing you need to do is remove everything from the room. If you are going over vinyl or linoleum you do not need to remove it, Pergo is only 9mm thick so you can easily go right over it. If you had carpet you will need to remove it and all the carpet tacks. Then sweep the floor and make sure all debris is removed. Make sure that you remove all base boards and door casing, this will allow you to make less cuts.
How to Measure! Measuring for a new blind is straightforward and simple. What you will need A tape measure. Metal ones are the best! A pen and piece of paper Handy hints Take all your measurements in centimetres (cm) to the nearest 0.1cm. Always look out for things like window handles or tiles. Youll need to take their position into account to ensure a perfect fit. All our blinds can be fitted into the face of your window frame or wall, or into the top of the lintel. This gives you complete control over the positioning of your blind. Important note for measuring Roller blinds! For Roller blinds, we have to allow for fittings at either end of the blind, as there is no headrail. This means the actual fabric is approximately 2.8cm less for an exact measurement and 3.3cm less for a recess measurement. You dont need to make this adjustment, we do.
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