This ad about the BGA 100 Battery Powered Blower is upbeat, appealing, and seems to catch a man’s eye. Stihl is marketing a a heavy-grade (almost Industrial) blower in a light battery powered package. It is shown with a man doing work using the blower to blow away heavy debris. He has what appears to be a backpack on that connects an external battery pack to the blower through a large orange cord.
This video is a ‘how-to’ on how to make an entry way wall shelf. First, they show a rough sketch of the project. Then they go to the lumber store to buy supplies for the project. Next, they measure and cut their wood. Step by step they create this unit. Once assembled, they will sand it, prime it and then paint it. They also mention that they will then probably add hooks. These last steps are just mentioned and not shown.
John Deere has upgraded the comfort level of the cabs of their Skidders and Wheeled Fuller Bunchers. They have upgraded to include a fully rotating seat in the cab and added more room to move around. The upgrade has also added more line of sight to the front and sides. The more comfortable cab makes for an easier work day, as these cabs are usually acting as the workers “office”. It does not get any more top quality than John Deere.
Patching a lathe and plaster cieling can be a messy job causing debris in your living space, there are a couple of ways to replace the lathe and plaster. The first would involve you cutting out a section and installing a sheet with the same thickness as the plaster and fixing it that way, the second way involve using a board, the objective is to try and push the plaster back in without causing a big mess.
He begins by showing the shrubs that are too big and they are dead. He decides to remove it with a chainsaw. He says it is dangerous and requires safety gear. They begin by cutting branches one by one so he can make room for the work. They then put the branches in the wood shredder. They also call the utilities guy to check and make sure the cables are OK. They then go ahead and cut the next one. They flush cut it and let it decompose.
They had to replace the apron and stool on the window because they were too short. He had to chisel away the stool on the inside because it went all the way to the outside and replacing the whole thing would mean taking out and reinstalling the whole window. He set a scribe to the distance between the casing and the edge of the stool and marked that same distance from the side of the casing to get the length of the stool. He put in wooden jambs since it was only plaster around the window. He did not build the jamb into the window opening, he built it separately on sawhorses and installed the casing on it there as well. He then installed the whole assembly into the window opening as one unit with nails and screws. He had to break some of the plaster that was causing a gap. He then cut an apron with a length of the distance to the outside of the casings on each side and nailed it in place.