11 Years Manufacturer Drop-in Anchor Wholesale to Juventus
It adheres to the tenet "Honest, industrious, enterprising, innovative" to develop new products constantly. It regards customers, success as its own success. Let us develop prosperous future hand in hand for 11 Years Manufacturer Drop-in Anchor Wholesale to Juventus, We sincerely look forward to hearing from you. Give us a chance to show you our professionalism and passion.
1. Q: Could you send me your catalogue and price list?
A: As we have more than thousands of products, it is really too hard to send all of catalogue and price list for you. Please inform us the style you interested, we can offer the pricelist for your reference.
2. Q: How about the quality of your product?
A: 100% inspection during production. Our products are certified to ISO9001, TS16949 international quality standards.
3. Q: What material of the product can you supply?
A: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass, Copper or according to your requirement.
4. Q: What’s the delivery time?
A: For products in stock, we can ship it within 7 days after receiving your payment. For custom order, within 24 tons, production time is 20-35 days after confirmed every details.
5. Q: What’s your packing?
A: Our Normal packing is bulking in Cartons, 25kgs/carton, 36cartons/ pallet. We also can pack products according to your requirement.
6. Q: What about the warranty?
A: We are very confident in our products, and we pack them very well to make sure the goods in well protection.
To avoid any subsequent trouble regarding quality issue, we suggest you check the goods once you receive them. If there is any transport damaged or quality issue, don’t forget take the detail pictures and contact us as soon as possible, we will properly handle it to make sure your loss to reduce to the smallest.
Part of the exterior renovation of our barn house included a new porch roof. The old one was pretty rotten, ugly, and waiting to crash down on someone. So we tore it off while residing our house.
In this video, Part 2, I’ll show you how I hung the wood frame to the front of the house using lag bolts through the ledger board into studs in the house’s front wall. Next, I show you how I added some metal flashing to help protect the porch from rain water running off the siding, and then how I mounted all the purlin cross boards to create a level surface for the metal roofing panels to attach to. Finally, I show you how I installed the galvanized, corrugated metal roofing panels to finish off the porch roof. I love how the shiny metal roofing looks with the red cedar frame work and the lightly stained and oiled pine carsiding. Not too shabby for a first time project!
Build a Simple Porch Roof – Part 1:
Build a Simple Porch Roof – Part 2:
Installing Metal Siding on a House:
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Dead Mall – Southroads Mall
Southroads Mall opened up in 1966. This was the booming mall all throughout the 1980′s and 1990′s. The mall featured kids rides, toy stores, and Santa for the holidays. The mall has over 500,000 square feet of retail space, modeled after the success of Crossroads Mall at the time.
Originally, Southroads Mall was only a one level mall in the beginning, but as time went on and business was a success, the mall called for a major remodeling. The remodel would consist of a food court, movie theater, expansion of both anchor stores, two escalators, and stairs on both ends of the mall.
However, as retail stores began struggling for business, they closed. The unused retail space is currently being used as office space. The clock is ticking for how long this place will stay open at all. The only remains left of the food court is one Greek Gyro restaurant who my family is good long friends with. He remains in business as few visitors as the mall may receive, he finds a way to stay open. It really is a shame that this massive mall is sitting and decaying from the excessive amounts of water damage to the ceiling and as black mold attempts to claim the ceiling in some places.
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