That’s going to suck!

Hey folks,

How is everyone enduring the new ‘normal’ these days.

I have generally being working alone for close to 6 years, so no big change there, but I am seeing supply chain issues resulting in much longer deliveries for items.  With some stores no longer accepting in person visits, it is also becoming more complicated to source some goods as I cannot ‘just run down and pick something up’. Often I do not know what I am needing till I see it 🙁

Anyway – here is my current site update.

I mentioned in the video, I will have two announcements of two new sponsors joining my wonderful team at theEnclosure.ca very soon.  Stay tuned!

This graphic does a better job of describing the vacuum piping arrangement recommended for ports piping in from below.

Keep your pipes sucking

The right and wrong way to pipe in a vacuum port from below. (https://www.thinkvacuums.com/install-central-vacuum)

This is the kick-board vacuum port I am using and why..

As part of my reluctance to ‘be out there right now’ and the fact that my normal lumber supplier is only allowing phoned/email orders that are then delivered, I decided to re-purpose some bowed 2×4’s I had on site. I wanted to turn them into 2×3’s to use for my shower enclosure.  I had come across this very useful method of taking a bow out of a board and thought I would share it with you.

 

As always – thanks for visiting.

“To help yourself, help others. Whatever good you do travels a circle and returns to you  many times over- but remember, life isn’t about what you get, it’s about what you become.” —Dennis Gaskill

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