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How To: Create Unique, Rustic Window Trim

DIY Rustic header. Do white on sides. White window. White planking. Maybe do in LL. Might be overkill on main level with the beams ???


Railroad tie mantel shelf. 1. Cut to size 2. Install lag bolts in studs (I used 9) 3. Cut off heads of lag bolts 4. Bore receiving holes in tie 5. Apply industrial adhesive 6. Carefully install tie to lag bolts


FOR DIY PROJECTS! Common Types of Fasteners – Bolts and Screws Identification List Hex, Wood, Sheet Metal, Machine, Socket (Allen), Lag, Carriage Read more:


How strong are lag bolts in wood: my winter wheel storage project - Pelican Parts Technical BBS

from Apartment Therapy

Use This Cheat Sheet to Identify Almost Any Nut, Screw, Bolt, or Washer — Bolt Depot

Fastener Cheat Sheet from Bolt Depot, via Apartment Therapy. Use This Cheat Sheet to Identify Almost Any Nut, Screw, Bolt, or Washer.

from Diy House Help

How to Remove a Broken Screw or Lag Bolt

Rockler Woodworking Screw Extractor Высверливание обломанного крепежа

from The Family Handyman

Tree House – Building Tips

Don’t use too many fasteners. One large bolt is better than many screws or nails. You get the same strength but with fewer puncture wounds to the tree. Whenever possible, perch your tree house on top of fasteners rather than pinning beams to the tree. This gives the tree room to move and grow. Even for smaller, lighter tree houses where the load is spread over three or four attachment points, consider using 1-in.- or 1-1/4-in.-diameter lag bolts.

from Etsy

Industrial Reclaimed Trestle Table

These tables are made of old reclaimed cypress 2x6 rafters. Solid steel is used to wrap the corners and is attached with sturdy lag bolts. The trestle pins are old repurposed railroad spikes. Table pictured is 90x36 *ask about custom sizes *bench not included in this price