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Questions You Should Ask Your Contractor

metal hammer importance of home maintenanceWhether you’re remodeling or building a new home from the ground up, you’re no doubt investing a lot of time and money into the project. It can be nerve wracking leaving such a big responsibility in other people’s hands but reassuring yourself and quenching your fears goes a long way to making you feel safer and surer of your decision. One way you can do that is by ensuring that you ask all the right questions and get the right answers in return. Here is a list of things you should ask your contractor:

  1. What’s the Schedule? Knowing when to expect work to begin and end is not all there is to planning. A detailed schedule should include the start and end dates as well as outline all tasks and determine their completion date. This gives everything a timeline and allows you to conveniently check in at any time to ensure your contractor is on task.

Another benefit to having a detailed schedule is that you can comfortably plan around it and set deadlines for various to-dos. It also helps you visualize each stage of the building process, thereby giving you more peace of mind.

  1. Who will be on-site each day? While your house might be a temporary construction zone, there should still be a certain level of security. Ask your contractor who will be on-site every day as well as who is in charge of opening up and locking up at the start and end of each day. Make sure it’s someone you or your contractor trust and someone who you can get in touch with easily when you need to. A count of the expected number of people on-site each day can also help monitor the in and out-flow.

 

  1. What steps are you taking to protect my belongings and property? The cost of rebuilding is already significant; you wouldn’t want to have to deal with replacing items that were already in your home. Before demolition and reconstruction begin, it’s best to have a sit-down with your contractor and go over the steps they have planned to secure your belongings and your property overall. Things like dustcovers should be setup to prevent dust, paint and other undesirables from coating other items in your house. You also need to ensure that any fragile items are stored away and valuables are out of harm’s way. Any parts of your house that are off limits should be expressly mentioned to ensure that they remain that way.

 

  1. How do I contact you after hours? If you’re in a renovation stage, you’re most likely still living in your house even while the construction is going on. Remember, your house is a work in progress so there are bound to be a few kinks here and there. In the event that something unexpected happens, you want to know how to contact your contractor and get it resolved as soon as possible. Make sure to get reliable contact information that will allow you to reach your contractor at any time.

 

  1. How will we communicate? Communication is key in any relationship but probably more so in renovation and building situations. You are placing a very important investment and property in your contractor’s capable hands; you’ll most likely need to know what’s going on, and in the case of an emergency, there’s nothing like a quick and reliable mode of communication.

 

Asking these questions and more can help ease the process of renovating or building as well as keep you well-informed concerning every decision and the level of progress. Information is power and there’s no need to sweat when you have the answers to the above questions.

Article by: Painters in Greensboro

How to Increase the Value of Your Home

1 (2)Home is where your heart is, but who says that your heart will remain at that one place for the rest of your life? One day, you may decide to sell the house you are currently living in, for some reason, and when that day comes, it would be wise to be prepared and get the highest possible price. Not only the housing prices are rising, but also the buyers’ demands and meeting them can become even more difficult. So, if you have planned for some renovations, you should know which projects can be more profitable when the time for moving your heart comes.

Upgrade the Kitchen

This is one rule that never gets old: kitchen is what sells the house in most of the cases, especially when a family is buying it. Some rather easy changes that can truly improve the aesthetic of the space are stainless steel appliances and new countertops made from granite or engineered stone. Since an open concept is very popular with today’s buyers, consider knocking down one wall to connect the kitchen with a living room.

Bathroom Facelift

2 (2)Every house flipping expert knows that one of the biggest buyers-repellents is an old, cracked and dirty-looking bathroom. First you should deal with the toilet, especially if it does not flush properly. Replacing it would be the simplest solution. Later, you can install a new, eye-catching and functional vanity that will not only save the space in your bathroom, but also offer a lot of storage space. If you are operating in a tight budget, you do not have to replace the bathtub all together. In most of the cases a simple reglazing is enough.

Take Care of Insulation

This is the best long-term investment and it can be decisive for house buyers. No matter if they are buying a house for themselves or they are planning to renovate and resell it, a proper insulation saves a lot of time and money. It may not be as visible as kitchen and bathroom revamp, but it is one of the first questions that are asked to homeowners, when putting the house on the market. If your house is already insulated, consider adding attic insulation and caulk around the doors and windows.

Make Your Home Energy Efficient

Insulation may not be enough to meet the growing demand for energy-efficient homes. Continue this project by adding ceiling fan in each room or storm doors. If you want to take it a step further than install double or even triple-glazed windows. Other upgrades can be solar water heaters, low-flow toilet and shower head, insulate the HVAC ducts and switch incandescent light bulbs for LED options.

Do a Front Yard Makeover

3 (1)An appealing house should look that way from before you get inside. Some simple and inexpensive changes as adding colorful plants to your planters and making a nice paver pathway could make a huge difference. A lush and nourished lawn is something that cannot be accomplished overnight, so try to regularly devote it enough attention and time. It can make your house stand out and be instantly captivating.

Even if you eventually decide you do not want to sell your home, these renovations will make your staying there more pleasant. In the end, you have nothing to lose.

 

An overview of modern door locks

image 2 (1)It takes only 60 seconds for a professional burglar to break into your home and only 10 minutes to steal all your valuable possessions and get away. Another information a thief certainly would not like you to know is that 80% of burglaries begin with the entrance through a front door, a back door, or a window.

Finally, most burglaries occur between 10am and 3pm, when you are at work. Securing your door when you are not home should be your number 1 priority.

Fortunately, today’s modern locks are made to burglar-proof your door in the most effective way possible. Coupled with the advances in technology, modern locks provide the ultimate security.

Mortise locks

Mortise locks are favoured by many locksmiths, as they can use a deadbolt, or a sash lock.

Deadbolt locks

Deadbolt locks are one of the most common locks. There are two types of deadbolts: a single-cylinder lock and a double-cylinder locks. A single cylinder lock opens from one side with a key and it also has a turn button on the other side. When it comes to double-cylinder locks, they have two keys on both sides of the door.

These locks are durable and secure as they are very difficult to break into. On the other hand, they allow lock bumping and bump-resistant deadbolts are pretty expensive. In the case of emergencies, residents may have difficulty unlocking the door if they misplace their key.

Sash locks

Sash locks are the combination of latch locks and deadbolts. A sash lock is usually used for the protection of interior doors, not exterior ones.

Keyless locks

Keyless locks provide advanced protection as you have a pin code instead of a key. Keyless locks are usually used instead of deadbolts. The additional protection of keyless locks compared to deadbolts is that some models of keyless locks have an alarm, which sounds if an incorrect pin code is entered more than three consecutive times. In addition, as they do not have a key, picking, or bumping is not possible. Keyless locks are compatible with home security systems.

Smart locks

image 5According to a professional locksmith from Ryde, smart locks have built-in cameras that take a picture of someone unlocking your door and send a picture to your phone. A camera in the lock has a proximity sensor enabling it to take pictures of anyone at a distance of 1.8m. This lock works in three ways: via Bluetooth and a smartphone application, a digital key and a physical key.

This lock with built-in camera is a subgroup of the so-called smartphone locks. Smartphone locks are connected to your door via Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth. They sent you a message if someone enters your home. The coolest feature of these locks is that you can program them and add different phones to operate them. Smart locks may, or may not have a camera.

Biometric locks

Biometric locks have an optical, or thermal scanner reading your fingertip. However, this is not the only way in which they work. Apart from fingertip reading, you have to enter a pin code, as well in order to enter the house. Biometric locks work on battery power, so you also get a physical key in the case of the battery fail. The only disadvantage of these locks is that your fingertip cannot be recognized if you get a cut, or have a scar.

In order to add another level of security, you should consider installing security cameras, especially if you do not have smart locks with a built-in camera. Even though high-tech locks provide effective protection, they still leave the possibility for a burglar to break in using physical force. The best advice is to combine smart locks with traditional key locks.

 

Surviving A Storm – Essential Items Checklist

With the climate shifting and Mother Nature striking back at the humankind with vengeance, there is no knowing when you the need for some emergency gear may arise. It is always better to be safe than at the mercy of violent elements, so stock up your survival supplies while the weather still allows it. To help you assemble your storm-surviving staples, we have a list of critical items you will probably want to have at hand should the next apocalypse strike soon: even though gods favor the brave, it is the cautious and well-prepared ones that get out unscathed when the elements turn wild.

Keep in touch: Communication equipment

radiosStorms frequently lead to power failures, and your phone will go dead once the battery drains with no electricity to top it up. To stay in touch with the rest of the world in case of a natural disaster, prepare a battery-powered radio, extra cell phone batteries and an external charger. Also, establish a communication plan with your family and neighbors so that nobody gets stranded or forgotten with the elements raging outside.

Warm and comfy: Heating supplies

Though you will want to keep a cool head once a storm strikes, you will need some basic heating gear to stay warm and cozy. Stock up blankets, sleeping bags and warm winter clothing, and make sure your fireplace is functioning and supplies of dry wood or gas are sufficient to tide you over until the weather clears. It would also be convenient to have portable kerosene heaters ready in case other fuel runs out (just remember to keep heaters at least three feet away from flammable fabrics such as drapes or felted furniture).

Safety first: Emergency within an emergency

Emergency kit with a carbon monoxide detector, smoke alarm and emergency fire-fighting units should always be easily accessible and in working order, especially with a potential storm on the perimeter. Stay on guard for signs of smoke or gas leaks during a natural disaster: with tensions high, focus low and panic just a thought away, accidents happen easily, and a fire or toxic leaks are the last thing you want on your hands when storm-locked inside the house.

Yummy regardless of the weather: Food and cooking gear

Once the storm begins, you and your family may have to stay cooped up indoors for a while which means no fresh food or water supply. Prepare sufficient quantity of canned or no-cook food, ample drinking water provisions, can openers and a portable gas stove for heating liquids and ready-made food. Also, have a few battery-powered flashlights, lamps or lanterns for a power failure emergency, and avoid using charcoal grills, candles and other open flames which may set off smoke alarms or cause a fire indoors.

Healthy in spite of the elements: First-aid kit

first aidEven if you do not suffer from a chronic illness, a first-aid kit and basic medical supplies are essential to surviving lengthy spells of wild weather. Check your emergency kit to make sure all the items are in good order, and get prescription drugs in case a family member falls ill suddenly. Aspirins, band-aids, bandages, antibiotics, cold compresses, tweezers, thermometer and antiseptics are a must, and fever reducers and pain relievers may come in handy so do not go braving a storm without them.

In addition to these critical indoor necessities, you should definitely not leave home with a storm in the making without a working compass, shovel, rope, tire chairs, road salt, road maps, basic tool kit, booster cables, emergency flares, paper towels and waterproof matches. All set? Bring it on, monster storm: we can handle you like a joke.

 

How To Create Your Own Basketball Court

basketball-cityThere are many things that go in favour of sports activities, but this article will not discuss them. The crucial thing for sports, however, we will. The basic thing you need if you want to practice basketball at home is the court. Many people decide to use their driveway as an improvised basketball court because they do not have enough space in the backyard or they simply do not want to put any effort into it. If you are one of those who want to convert their backyard into a home court, here is what you should do.

What you will need

The basic things you are going to need if you want to make a home basketball court are the following:

  • Tape measure
  • 1 or 2 basketball pole hoops (depending on the size of your court – if you want to make the entire court, you are going to need one for each half)
  • Shovel
  • 4 stakes
  • Spray paint
  • Concrete

How to make it?

Once you have everything, we will now go through the process step by step.

  1. Make a plan and the size – The first step is to measure the surface of your yard that is going to be turned into a court, and then to make a plan. Since NBA courts are 94 ft x 50 ft and high school 84 ft long, you can divide these numbers in half for a half and adjust them to the size you have at your disposal. Take the four stakes and mark the dimensions of the court so that you know where to dig and set up the hoops.
  2. basketball-linesLevel the field – Before you start digging, go and purchase the hoop(s) that will be size-appropriate to your court. Once you have cleared out the area, you can dig the dirt and start levelling it – by moving it from one place to another so that it becomes smooth, without lower or higher areas.
  3. Make the foundation – Put the pole hoop(s) at the preferred location before you make the concrete. Once you establish the weather is (going to be) nice and dry – it will take it 36 hours to set. It would be best if you asked professionals for help in this step.
  4. Paint the lines – Once the concrete is set and dry, you can start painting the lines. You can also ask professionals for help, such as Sydney-based line marking service, so that you can be sure they are well done. And if you are open for experimenting, you do not have to use white paint but different colours, especially if you have small kids who will love it.
  5. Accessorise and enjoy! – Once you have everything done, you can consider adding surfacing to your court, such as rubber flooring that your knees will be grateful for. There is also the possibility of adding containment fences (while you are pouring the concrete) so consider every option beforehand. And do not forget to set the nets to the hoops.

basketball-sunsetAs you can see, the process of making a home basketball court is quite easy. All you need is basically some good will and some time (for the concrete to dry), and almost in an instant you have your own basketball court. However, if you already have a concrete surface in your front or back yard, all you should do is to find the hoop, attach it to your house for example, paint the lines on the concrete, and there you have it – a perfect basketball court in almost no time!

Home Improvements For The Tech-Savvy

Without exception, we all want our homes to be as safe and clean as possible. Somewhere in the back of our minds we keep the mental images we’ve made of our ideal homes, and sometimes we think fondly of them. In the time when technology is so advanced and powerful, it is almost impossible to imagine one’s life without it: microwaves, smoke detectors, air conditioning – all these used to be advanced technology, but are now standard and can be found in most homes. We would all like to have our homes as modern as possible, and adding modern technology and gadgets can make our lives a lot easier.

Keeping your floors clean

pic (2)Robot vacuum cleaners are nothing new, and it really takes a lot in order to impress a true tech-savvy person. However, innovative minds did not stop there, and today you have the iRobot Scooba, the only robot which will take it upon himself to scrub your floors so you don’t have to do it. You don’t have to reach for the mop every time you see a stain on your floor; Scooba can clean it up for you. It has the infrared sensors which allow him to move around the room, and he can adjust its scrubbing mechanism depending on how dirty the floor is. This jewel is not just for the tech lovers, but for every person who hates scrubbing the floors (pretty much everyone).

Smart thermostats

pic (1)We all know what a nag it is to constantly having to adjust the room temperature. This is the reason why high-tech thermostats are so convenient – they use sensors to ‘memorize’ the desired temperatures and automatically adjust when the house is empty. Not only that, but you can use your tablets, smartphones or laptops to cool the place up a bit on a hot summer day, or turn the heat up when it’s snowing outside.

Entertainment hub

pic (3)How great it is when you can have all the entertainment you want with a mere touch of a button – a fantastic home theatre or a big wall-mounted TV for you, your family and your friends to enjoy all day, every day. There are so many possibilities that your greatest problem will be picking which one you want. There are many TV providers out there who offer discounts, like Optus Netflix for example. Choose your favorite entertainment package and off you go!

For feeling extra safe

Being a bit paranoid is not always a bad thing, especially with all the criminal rates growing all the time. If you feel like your home could use some more security, you should try Fingerprint Keypad Lock, lock which will make you feel (and be) extra safe no matter where you are. There are waterproof locks as well, so you can install them on the exterior doors too. These locks have fingerprint, code, and key entry so it is virtually impossible for an intruder to get into your home or office. There are also keys which can be used for emergency entry, so you don’t have to worry that you will be locked in if you forget your code.

All over the world, tech savvy elements have made their appearance in a lot of homes. No matter if you only think of it as of extravagant gadgets or you see it as something you simply cannot live without, it cannot be overlooked how useful tech savvy elements are. There are ways to upgrade your home without breaking the bank, only if you are creative and innovative. Don’t be afraid to try something new – you never know when you will find something that will change your life for the better.

Six Hidden Dangers in Your Family’s Home

Six Hidden Dangers in Your Familys HomeYour home is where you feel safest. However, there are a number of hidden dangers in your home that could cause injury or death to you, your family, and your pets.

Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas produced by improperly functioning fireplaces, water heaters, boilers, furnaces, and stoves as well as by motor vehicles and other gasoline engines. The poisonous gas can build up to toxic levels within small, enclosed spaces that lack proper ventilation. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, confusion, unconsciousness, and death. Because carbon monoxide is undetectable until after poisoning occurs, setting up a carbon monoxide detector in your home is a must. Long Beach home security monitoring from Vivint.com can also help keep your family safe against carbon monoxide.

Gas Leaks

Unless your home uses only electric appliances for heating and cooking, your furnace, stove, and water heater uses natural gas. Although natural gas is odorless, gas companies add foul odors like resemble rotten eggs to the gas to alert residents about a gas leak. Symptoms of natural gas poisoning are similar to the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. A gas leak detection system can help keep your family safe. If you detect an unusual scent of rotten eggs, leave your home immediately and open any windows or doors that you can on the way out.

Radon

Radon is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. The poisonous gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon forms naturally from the breakdown uranium in rocks, soil, and groundwater. The gas can seep in through cracks in your home and largely accumulates in basements and crawlspaces. A radon test kit can tell you if your home contains dangerous levels of radon.

Mold

Mold is a fungus that can cause serious health problems. Minor problems include nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, wheezing, or skin irritation. More serious problems include serious and life-threatening allergic reactions and fungal infections of the lungs. Because mold thrives in moist environments, protecting your home from water leaks and floods is the key to controlling mold.

Fire Hazards

Hidden fire hazards are a leading cause of fires in the home. A fire can damage or destroy your property and can lead to loss of life. Obvious fire hazards include unattended candles and fireplace fires, space heaters, and cooking with kitchen appliances. Hidden fire hazards include old and faulty wiring, overloaded power outlets, lint buildup in dryers, and older appliances. Long Beach home security from Vivint.com can monitor your home for smoke and fires when you are at home or away.

Cleaning Chemicals

Many homeowners consider cleaning chemicals fairly safe because most products can be bought over-the-counter at the grocery store. However, cleaning chemicals can be dangerous to humans and pets. Mixing certain chemicals can also produce deadly gases. Store your cleaning supplies in locked cabinets away from children and animals. And never mix cleaning chemicals together unless specifically noted on the container.

 

Understanding the Importance of 72 Hour Emergency Kits

Many of us go through life without appreciating how complex our daily interactions really are. If we want food, we simply can go to the grocery store and select something off the shelf. If we need heat, we just turn up the thermostat. This normalcy bias tends to keep up from thinking about what we would do if a catastrophe struck and these every day conveniences were no longer available. It is thus important to understand the importance of 72 hour emergency kits in our highly dependent society.

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By: Phil Roeder

Imagine what life would be like if there was a major disaster in your area, such as a major tornado or hurricane. If the power went down, how would you heat your house? How would you pump water into your faucets and your toilets? If there was a shortage of gasoline, how would you get around, or how would food be transported to your area? If you do not know the answers to these questions, you now know the reason behind 72 hour emergency kits.

72 hour emergency kits are basically portable packs that contain all the essentials to live on if a major disaster strikes for at least 72 hours. This is usually the maximum length of time it takes major disaster relief agencies such as FEMA to respond to a crisis.

The essentials in a 72 hour emergency kit usually include all the nonperishable food your family would need over the period, along with a supply of stored clean water lasting the same amount of time. It is also important to have water filtration capabilities since water is one of life’s most important essentials, and you never know how much you might need in an emergency.

These kits also usually include working flash lights, small first aid kits, utility knives, and other tools you might need in a disaster. Bags for disposal of biological waste and space bags to form heated shelters can also be important components that many people over look. A portable radio with batteries is also important to have on hand to keep informed if the TV goes down. Ideally you want all these items pre-packed and ready to go before a disaster strikes in case you have to evacuate your residence. It is also a good idea to pack one in the trunk of your car if you are on the road, since a disaster can happen at any time.

You might think that these precautionary measures might be a bit extreme, especially if you do not live in an area with inclement weather. However, there are many types of disasters that could strike at any time. An oil shock due to turmoil in the Middle East or a hacker attack on the power grid could leave any place in America in temporary chaos until things normalize.

While these events might seem unlike, the consequences to your family if something like this does happen are so severe that it warrants planning. When you consider how little effort it takes to purchase or build your own 72 hour emergency kit, it is almost a no brainer decision to insure the safety of your family in case the unexpected becomes reality.

 

Mick Chan has been working in safety supplies and emergency kits industry for more than five years. As a product manager for EDisasterSystems.com, he knows his merchandise and all the requirements from OSHA. He likes to write and share his ideas about the importance of safety and emergency prevention.

Get Your Closets Organized with the Help of a Closet Organizer

closet organizerIf you have unorganized closets in your home then it would be better if you seek help from a closet organizer.

Closets are one of the most important things which are needed in every room of a home because they provide space for storing things safely and in an organized way. Closets provide convenience and extra comfort for a tension free living. But it is to be noted that many people do not use their closets in a proper manner. They tend to stuff all their belongings in them. As a result their closets are messy and bulging at the seams. This not only looks untidy but also causes a lot of inconvenience to them.

Now let me ask you a question- Are the closets in your home unorganized as well? If the answer is yes then it is advisable to seek help from a Closet Organizer because such organizers have the ability to organize all the closets in your home in a proper manner. They can not only help in organizing the closet in bedroom but they also organize closets in other rooms of your home like bathroom, kids’ room, etc.

  • Bedroom Closet– Closet organizers can help you and assist you in keeping your clothing, accessories and other belongings in your bedroom closet in such a way that you can get them easily when you need. They help in making maximum utilization of the space available.
  • Bathroom Closet– Closet organizers can help you in keeping all your deodorants, perfumes, cosmetics, soaps, shampoo, towel, toilet paper in an organized manner in your bathroom as well.
  • Kids’ Room Closet– Closet organizers also help you in organising your kids’ room closet. If you have kids then closet organizers can be really beneficial because they assist in keeping toys, games, stuffed animals, etc. in an organized manner.
  • Kitchen– Closet organizers can even help you in organizing your kitchen effectively and efficiently by keeping all your kitchen belongings in a proper manner according to your needs.

Thus, if you want your all closet to be well organized then it is advisable to look for closet organizers. Now you must be wondering where to look for closet organizers.

  1. The first source from where you can get information about closet organizers is your relatives, friends, etc. You can ask them to provide you information about closet organizers, if they know.
  2. The second source from where you can get information about closet organizers is newspapers, yellow pages or home improvement magazines.
  3. The third source from where you can get information about closet organizers is internet. In fact internet is a very good source of all information. You can search for closet organizers over the internet. However, it is very important to check the authenticity of their websites so that you do not have to face any problems later.

Though, all the above mentioned sources of information are will definitely help you to find information about closet organizers but internet is considered to be the best one. Therefore, it would be better if you search for closet organizers over the internet and get your closets well organized.

Hinges manufactured to make you move easy

work tools We all know the importance of lever while moving something big and heavy with a less effort. When there is any heavy object that you have to move it is always tough. Why? Heavy objects mean that the effect of gravity on the object is higher. Moving an object against the gravity is a tough task to do. It implies the force of the human being or any machinery power generator on the 90 degree perpendicular upside. Physics says this is the toughest part. The job of the lever is to change the direction of the force to be implied. This makes the job easier. When the object is a door or any other likewise product, the lever is the hinges.

When we are talking about a door it is very obvious that door has to be strong.  It is the safeguard of your house.  Doors are basically made of wood or heavy metal like iron. Whether the product is wood or iron it is very heavy and tough to move. The wise placement of hinges on the doors may ease the job of moving it. Hinges are a flexible movement mechanism. Basically two plates are joined by a screw mechanism to make a hinge. Hinges are used as the tool to hang the door or window from the frame. One of the plates is fixed on the frame and another one is fixed on the width portion of the door.

There are multiple types of hinges are available by the jefco mfg hinges in the market. Some of the very popular choices are

  • Adjustable Spring Hinges: Adjustable spring hinges are widely used in all over the world. It is a very common hinge for pool gates. Adjustable spring hinges are made of stainless steel along with a spring effect. Super springs are provided in the hinges so that the open doors are closed automatically. No extra effort is needed to close the door. The hinges are designed in such a manner that while the door is getting closed automatically the movement remains so smooth so that there is no collision between the door and the frame when it closes the entire way. As the doors are heavy in weight, the inertia of the swinging door is high during the closing and a heavy collision could cause damage or brakeage of the door.
  • Continuous Hinges: continuous hinges are generally 6 to 8 feet long. They are made of many materials. The most important thing about the continuous hinge is that they can be made to be any size. It can be used as a very useful tool for a customized purpose.  In most of the cases, the doors are customized with various designs. In those cases, a regular hinge cannot be the best of option to serve the purpose. So the customized hinges are useful with these kinds of cases. Generally the continuous hinges are used in electrical enclosures, tool boxes, truck bodies, agriculture equipments, windows, cabinet doors, horse trailer, and more.
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