When planning a wedding, your goal is to make the venue as elegant and comfortable as possible for your guests. For example, if you’re planning an outdoor wedding, you should consider getting a tent from a party rental company to protect your guests from rain or sun. If you do, you’ll also want to consider tent lighting.
In this video, a bride-to-be offers some excellent suggestions for what kind of lighting to use in a rental tent. Her suggestions include white holiday lights, icicle lights, and globe string lights. If you get the latter, consider placing round lanterns around them for a truly elegant look. The woman in this video compares white 8-inch lanterns with beige 12-inch lanterns, but you can experiment with many other sizes and colors.
Your siding plays an important role in the curb appeal of your house, so it is a good idea to keep it in top shape. Once you have assembled your equipment rentals and removed your existing siding, you can put up your replacement in a matter of minutes. Continue on for a step by step guide to replacing vinyl siding.
Gather Your Materials
Broken, rotting, or otherwise unattractive siding can bring down your curb appeal, but it’s typically a straightforward fix. Before you start, however, you will need to assemble the necessary tools. The good news is that you shouldn’t need much equipment to replace your vinyl siding. You will need a pry bar, a zip tool, and new siding to replace the old siding. These tools tend to be on the cheaper side, and they can be even cheaper if you rent them.
Remove Existing Siding
Once you have gathered your materials, the first step is to remove the undesirable siding. Start by using your zip tool to separate the old siding from its surroundings. You can then use your pry bar to remove the nails from the siding and take the piece down. With your existing siding out of the way, all that’s left to do is place your new siding.
Replace with New Siding
Your new piece of siding should fit comfortably within the space left by the old piece that you removed. Hook the new piece into place, using roofing nails to keep everything in place. Now use your zip tool again, this time to lock down the above piece of sliding over your replacement piece. Try to avoid replacing your vinyl siding during the winter, as lower temperatures can make the siding less flexible and more prone to cracking.
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Replacing a deck post may seem like a daunting task, but it is a relatively simple process. Watch this video clip for a look at deck post replacement and what equipment rentals you’ll need.
Before you remove an old deck post, you’ll need to set up shoring to hold the weight of the deck. You can then remove the old post as well as its nails and brackets. Use a post base to keep the deck post from uplift; after drilling a hole and setting the post base, put a metal fastener into the hole. Then measure your new post and place it into the base.
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The way you pour your concrete slab will affect its durability and structural integrity, so it’s important that you have some idea of what you are doing. It also helps to use the right type of equipment rentals. Keep reading for a few tips on pouring a concrete slab.
As long as you are equipped with the right tools, pouring a concrete slab is not a particularly extensive task. Depending on the exact nature of your project, you might need a wheelbarrow, a trowel, shovel, rebar cutter, and bull float. Once you have laid out the area for your slab and filled it with sand, use rebar to protect your support base from cracks. Pour the concrete and avoid adding too much water, then trowel the surface. Cut control joints so the concrete has somewhere to crack, and make sure you keep the area damp for about a week.
If you are looking for equipment rentals in Redwood City to help you with your concrete project, please do not hesitate to contact A-1 Equipment Rental Center or visit our website. Our specialties include air tools, generators, and moving equipment. Give us a call at (650) 369-2992 to learn more about how we can help.
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