Fittings with setscrews rather than threads, which hold pipes used for hand railings. Available in various sizes and configurations to suit a number of applications. Not used for plumbing or conduit.
A horizontal structure used as a handhold or to block off a drop or other unsafe area.
(1) Continuous metal bars on which wheeled vehicles travel (i.e. railroads). (2) The horizontal sections of a panel door. (3) The top and bottom sections of a window sash.
Rain barrel kit
Waterproof cap, also called weatherheads, mast heads or entrance caps, which is placed at the upper part of an electrical mast at the point where the wires are run to the inside electrical meter. Wires hang from the pole to the entrance cap so that the entrance cap is not the low point in the downhill run from the pole because water will run to the low point before dripping to the ground. Wires enter the entrance cap at an upward angle through a tight insulator. Water is further stopped from getting through the entrance cap because of this entrance angle.
Elevated garden bed offering better drainage, soil aeration and warmer soil than a conventional garden bed.
Wood where the fibers have swelled, usually because of becoming wet. Wood is often sanded with the grain raised to achieve an extremely smooth finished surface.
(1) A fork-like tool used for gathering materials (i.e. leaves) or smoothing an area of soil. (2) A roof overhang on a building's gable end. (3) An angle between objects.
A starter strip placed along rake edges for use in asphalt shingle roofing.