"The Milwaukee M12 LED Spotlight kicks out a narrowly-focused 750 Lumens in high beam and strobe modes, or 400 Lumens in low beam mode. Both low beam and strobe use about 1/2 the battery power as the high beam mode (4-8 hours according to Milwaukee, with an XC 4.0 battery). Milwaukee also estimates the beam distance as 700 yards." Original Source: http://homefixated.com/milwaukee-m12-led-spotlight/
"If you detect air leaks around their perimeters, seal them with weatherstripping, caulk, or a combination of the two." Original Source: http://www.bobvila.com/slideshow/don-t-make-these-7-mistakes-prepping-your-home-for-winter-50609/4-don-t-underestimate-creosote?bvsp=lg
- Select the best type of wood to make more sturdy.
- Don't make post holes too small.
- Employ a base gravel layer to delay wood deterioration.
- Apply caulk to fence post to safeguard your fence wood.
It’s a bona fide do-it-yourself classic: Every summer without fail, legions of homeowners grab their toolbox and head outdoors to erect a wood fence. The good news? Setting a fence post doesn’t require uncommon skills or expensive tools, and doing it right doesn’t really take much longer than doing it the slapdash way.A well- constructed fence can protect your family's privacy and provide a curb appeal to your property. Whether the purpose for setting it up is the former or the latter, it is important to do it in the best possible way. Original Source: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/setting-fence-posts/#.V3IldPl97Dc