At the end of the day, my goal is to make the homeowner excited about having a few less things to worry about, surprised that it cost less, and happy that it took less time to take care of then they had expected.
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Seniors 10% off
For smaller jobs, a fair custom price will be given.
Serving Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor and surrounding areas in Northern Colorado
Woodworking Projects Made Easy
It’s important to select the correct blade for your saw. Select a saw blade that always keeps at least three teeth on the surface you are sawing. While a coarse blade cuts faster and lasts longer, you’ll get better results when at least three teeth are touching the surface at all times.
You can avoid ragged edges when cutting armored cable by wrapping the cable with regular electrical tape before you begin sawing. This technique works with cutting tile as well.
If you are cutting pipe, a wooden dowel placed inside a can reduce jagged interior edges.
You can make regular sheets of sandpaper or emery paper last longer and work better by backing them with masking tape.
Wrap a piece of fine sandpaper around a scrap piece of wood. A short piece of 1×2 lumber makes an ideal block for sanding these types of cut materials.
Sanding irregular and uneven surfaces can sometimes be a problem. Corners and grooves can be extremely difficult to reach with a flat piece of sandpaper. Use a deck of cards to wrap the sandpaper around and it will conform to the shape of the groove.
To reduce splitting when driving nails near the end of the board, blunt the nail slightly before driving it into the wood.
A small disposable cup is a handy tool for small soldering jobs. A little water in the bottom of the cup helps hold the cup in place. It also prevents the bottom of the cup from melting.
If you need something done that is not mentioned, please feel free to call us to see if we can help!