This folding shopping cart help you carry a lot of bags conveniently when you come back from shopping trip. The two basket design allows you to keep your purse jacket umbrella diaper bag or other personal items right in front of you for easy access and secure storage. And with the adjustable handle you can meet your satisfied height to use this cart. In addition lightweight and folding features are easy for you to store and carry. Anyway this sturdy folding utility cart is ideal for anyone on the go. It's perfect for urban and city living day to day grocery runs laundry pickup or everyday hauling. Do not hesitate to buy it now! Two basket design provides more space to put things for easy access and secure storage Small basket for your purse jacket umbrella and other pe
In the last while I have come across several cheater vents on recent inspections. In the last while I have come across several cheater vents on recent inspections. This cheapie type type of vent is illegal for use in residential and commercial use and can be very dangerous. In the vent unit itself is not CSA approved for use in residential or commercial applications. They normally sell for 7 to 12 dollars at the home renovation stores. The packaging states quite clearly for use in recreational vehicles and mobile homes only. They are meant to be used in trailers and camper units. In simple terms draw vents work with a spring that holds a flap closed under normal conditions. A normal venting pipe also equalizes the pressure and lets gravity push the water past the vent pipe opening so the water flows out of the fixture. The vent pipe then allows sewer gasses to flow up the vent pipe and out of the home into the open air above the roof.
Note the difference between the two. One is open to the air the other has the sewer gasses filling the pipe and blocked from escaping at all. When a spring or flap gasket fails on a draw vent the sewer gasses enter the home, stinky at best. But, it can be far worse. Sewer gasses cause many deaths each year and not just among sewer workers. Sewer gas is a foul-smelling combination of gases with a predominant presence of methane gas. It is produced by decaying organic material, residential waste and industrial waste, all often found in sewage and septic systems. These dangerous gases, when breathed in, can suffocate the victim to death. They are also highly flammable. But an odour may not be noticeable as a by-product of sewer gas can also be carbon monoxide, which is odourless, colorless and just as deadly. If a pipe to a fixture with a cheater vent has a direct connection to the sewer or septic system, when it fails the fixture can vent gasses through the fixture trap or the failed vent. If that fixture is the bathroom between several bedrooms it can and has caused nausea and eventual death to sleeping people. If that fixture is in the basement near the furnace, or near any open flame appliance like the living room fire place, escaping gasses could cause a fire. If the gasses had the chance to build up before the furnace or fireplace came on automatically..Boom! When I am inspecting a home, cottage, or commercial building I am on the lookout for these types of improper installations. They usually indicate an unskilled or unknowing homeowner handyman type of repair or renovation. That always puts my guard up while inspecting the rest of the building. My clients deserve no less.
I saw rain chains before so I ask my husband if he could make one to hang from our house's gutter. He made it from copper. This is my DIY on a rain chain. They were originally from Japan. Japan has had them for 100's of years. They're used in Japanese gardens and down gutters. You can now buy gutters that have rain chains attached to them. They’re prettier than the old downspout. I always keep a rain barrel under the gutter on the deck and add a few goldfish to it. The goldfish does help keep the mosquitoes from breeding in the water. Actually it's just a big plastic pot from Wal-Mart. We bring our fish in the house in the winter and put them in a big jar. The cats love seeing the fish come in. It gives the cats something to do just keeping an eye on the fish. Rain Chains are expensive to buy but cheap to make. I come up with the ideas and my husband carries them through for me. You can make your rain chain any size you want. Below is the size we made ours.
Here are the items you will need. Figure out the length you need from roof to the top of your barrel. We bought 25 ft. Bend Copper tubing around a PVC pipe. Cut the copper tubing for circles’ and bend each circle together. Wrap a thin copper wire around each and cut with wire cutters. They're strong enough once bent. He tried soldering copper together, but it didn't work. The last picture shows where he tried the solder. The picture below shows where he made a hook out of the tubing. The hook is for your gutter. Stick it through the gutter hole and then add the chain to it. We added a flower frog to ours you don’t have to do that. You don't have to add a frog you can add anything you want even a teacup. Where to use rain chains. We love ours. Friends and family who come over are always trying to get my husband to make them one.
He says when he gets done with all my projects he will make some for other people. They are also very pretty in the winter when the ice comes down them. You can make rain chains out of just about anything. The lady on YouTube made her rain chain out of teacups. I had the teacup video on here, but I was getting a message of broken link. I don't know why the link was working when I checked it. You can find the video on YouTube. I finally gave up and just took it off. You can have your rain chain come down into anything you want. How about using an old rusted wheelbarrow? We had underground downspouts that ran into our pond. You could also have a rain chain run into a pond. If you’re doing this just for a pretty design, this kind of rain chain will work.