My last project was a wolf dog kennel in the woods behind my house. Access was by a footpath that meandered. It wasn't easy to get sand and bricks to it even with a single wheeled barrow.
Building (or even yard work) in the mountains is a whole 'nother thing compared to flatland construction. I...
That's a noble goal. The guy I bought my property from was a builder and he said he spent his time on the worksite trying to keep it clean so the workers didn't have to stop and move stuff out of their way.
I guess we can keep this one going, I have never seen a construction area clear of debris, especially if gravel is involved. I use mine around the yard and in unlevel wooded areas so I choose according to the terrain.
If one pays attention to such minor details the door in question also has notches and notch hinges are still available for ⅜" partial inset doors. I wonder what the rest of the doors have? I suspect notch, if so it would make for an easy fix.
YMMV but a single wheel turns on a dime (sometimes when you don't want it to). With two wheels one has to have a wider area clear of debris to pivot. I have both single and two wheel barrows and usually use two wheels for heavy loads and a clear path.
When I built my house I used crusher run stone under my slab and to gravel my drive. I found a concrete recipe at the time using crusher run as the aggregate. I forget how many shovels of crusher run per shovel of cement powder was used. I used it to make a pad for my well tank and to anchor my...
I guess we lost the OP? That seems to happen often on these threads so we never know if the problem was solved. Whatever the solution is it may help others and does interest those of us who attempt to help.
Having worked with air hoses I know what you mean. That would be neat but I have never seen it for water hoses. I used a quick disconnect with a ball valve on the hydrant at my dog kennel so I could turn off/on w/o pulling the hydrant handle while cleaning the kennel. Also handy for taking...
I could probably make one work but I hate to purchase a new grill and have to modify it. I may experiment on my Ducane rather than buying small. If I could make it quicker heating it would be more economical.
No, I've seen it on larger grills in lieu of briquettes. If I end up reworking my Ducane I might try raising the burner and adding the cast iron. My first gas grill had cast iron burners, I wish I had kept the burners when I scrapped the grill.