When repair or restoration work is being done, there is a significant risk of fire or accident, so church authorities should closely monitor all such activity for their own benefit.
The building contractors should be reminded of the importance of conducting a thorough inspection whenever work is interrupted for a meal or at the end of the day to ensure that there are no indications of a fire that may be starting due to blow lamps, covert smoking, or temporary unapproved electric circuits.
It can seem simplest to just replace a wood fence totally when it starts to appear worn. Instead of investing the time and money—and discarding perfectly good lumber—consider mending that old fence. It’s not as difficult as you may imagine. Here are three quick improvements you may do to your wooden fence.
Whether they are made of treated or untreated wood, placed directly in contact with the ground, or enclosed in a concrete base, fence posts inevitably become frail and decay. Almost only a matter of time remains. The strongest part of a fence post usually breaks, which causes the nearby fence sections to begin tilting.
To remove the old post—rotted end and all—from the ground and …