Who is managing build quality these days? – Part 2 - There is a particular shortcut that seems popular with contractors at the moment, which is installing windows using nothing more than expanding foam. No mechanical fixings whatsoever and sometimes even the additional external frame sealant is omitted; I have encountered this a number of times and it is completely unacceptable
The inspiration for this craft came from this piece of art done by a fan, for the Minnesota state fair. Try it for yourself. What You Need: Seeds Beans Glue Toothpicks A Pencil Transfer Paper Picture Frame Sealant How to Make It: 1. With transfer paper, trace or draw your own design onto backing of picture frame. 2. Apply glue in 3-inch lines around stencil. 3. Use toothpick with glue on tip to pick up beans and seeds and place on glue. 4. Fill in design with desired colors or ...
Me having a breather and checking out the metal trim I have added to the inside of the door frame. Applying sealant while bending metal drilling and nailing. I had to get creative
I found this frame in a thrift store and upcycled it with decoupage technique. Many layers of paint have been applied and then hardly distressed. It has real aged time-worn look. I aged the picture in the frame with special antiquing medium and covered the picture and the frame with several coats of water-based sealant. Would look gorgeous in bathroom or entryway of a cabin home or country house. Measures 12 1/2 x 11 inches, 32 x 27cm
Achieve amazing energy efficiency with GREAT STUFF PRO™ Window & Door Insulating Foam Sealant! This flexible polyurethane foam sealant is specially formulated to seal gaps between window and door frames. In just a few minutes, this foam will expand and cure to create an incredibly effective seal.