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ajh2298 wrote:Ok this might be a stupid question but I will ask anyway.
On my back storm door there are two openings and right now they are both filled in with glass panels in frames that can be removed. What would I have to do to get at least one of them to contain a screen instead?
shafnutz05 wrote:Earlier in this thread, I posted a photo of the couple annoying, dying trees in our backyard. Before I get them removed, I want to clear the inordinate amount of brush that surrounds them, a good 10-15 feet deep. It's thick, filled with ticks, some poison stuff, and I just want it out of the yard.
Everything I've read says the best time to do this is the late fall and winter, which makes sense since the leaves will be off the poison ivy, the ticks won't be bad, etc. What is the best way to go about this? I think the ultimate goal is to cut everything down to the stumps and herbicide the crap out of the area, but not sure what my tool of choice would be. I have a large set of shears I could use.
mac5155 wrote:an impact wrench just "turns" the nuts and bolts. An impact driver also applies downward force on the nuts/bolts to "Drive" them into the material. I think since you have predrilled holes, the driver is actually overkill, but will work just fine. you would use an impact driver for say, setting lag bolts into concrete.