Three of the Largest Fences in the Entire World

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Chantilly gazebo, Netting at a golf course, Wooden deck construction

    Residential gates

    Most house fences are about four to six feet tall, depending on which of the various fence types and fence styles they are, but believe it or not, there are some seriously more monolithic gates and fences out there. Here are just a few long fences you won’t believe exist!

    The Dingo Fence.

    One of the largest gates and fences in Australia is called the “Dingo Fence,” because its entire purpose is to keep dingoes out of Australia’s south-east in order to protect the sheep flocks there. One of the world’s longest gates and fences, the Din

    What to Know About Nuts and Bolts

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Big bolts, Hex head cap screw, What is a hex nut?

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    Ever been at the hardware store and asked yourself what the difference was between a nut or a bolt? What’s the difference between grade 8 plow bolts versus A325 bolts? How do they work together? Don’t worry–you’re not alone in your questions! About 57% of adults say they’re feel they possess average or below average aptitude in doing fixer-upper projects around the house. However, 85% of homes in the United States were built before 1980 and need (or will need) updates and constant maintenance as the years wear on. You want to make sure you know what parts to use and how to use them to ensure safety.
    Is there a DIfference Between Nuts and Bolts?
    One important thing to know is that nuts and bolts often go hand in hand. A nut has a threaded hole and gets paired with a bolt to

    Five Questions Answered About Selecting the Right Nuts and Bolts for the Job

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Big bolt corp, Custom bolts, U bolt suppliers

    Hex cap bolt

    In a nation where 85% of homes were built before 1980, almost every homeowner runs into a situation where home repair skills would come in handy. Unfortunately, 57% of adults consider their home maintenance or repair skills to be hovering at or significantly below average. To help boost your confidence in tackling home repair projects, here are answers to some of the basic questions homeowners ask about buying the right nuts and bolts for their task.

    #1. What’s the Difference Between a Bolt and a Screw?

    while screws are a single piece of metal with a raised head that pierces then rotates to fasten objects together, bolts are threaded fasteners that are designed to work with a nut to hold it in place. One of the main differences between a screw and a bolt is the screw rotat