We have some great chippy architectural pieces headed to Vintage Pickin’, May 4-5 in Fyffe, Alabama. We love chippy pieces!
Chippy decor is good...chippy attitudes and wearing a “chip” on your shoulder...not good! Being combative...holding grudges... and harboring bitterness are all attitudes that need to be checked...at the door...better yet...at the altar. If you’ve been carrying a “chip” around...today, offer it to the Lord! He wants to take that burden off of you! Let’s stick with chippy decor...not chippy attitudes!
“Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.”
“casting all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you.”
1 Peter 5:7 (And Matthew 5:22) @vintagepickin #vintagepickin#chippy#architecture#farmhousestyle#vintage#barnvent#pickers
They’re here!!!!! We’re so excited that our Fat Saturday Salvage inaugural t-shirts arrived. Shout out to @westonnthomass and @ceharvey1 for modeling them!!!! And for designing them, & as a gift to us !!!!
We are now offering job site photography! Only a handful of modern tradies are taking their digital presence seriously. Get your before-and-after shots taken now! The beautiful work featured here is by @vividoutdoors
Do you know the difference between red and green beam?
Let Imex explain 💚#accurateforlife#imexlasers
The frequency of a green beam is such that the human eye can detect it 4 times better that red. A laser with a green diode therefore emits a beam that can be seen over a longer distance, therefore in many instances, does not require the detector and will be seen from the rotating laser as a solid line. This is a big advantage in interior work.
Green diodes cost more to produce so usually green diode lasers are about 20% – 25% more costly than an equivalent red beam. Green beam is the best selection for all round construction, tradesmen who do a mix of interior and exterior work and the best available laser for suspended ceilings and dry walling.
Note: A green beam laser is not compatible with a red beam detector in line lasers. For earthmoving, where machine control receivers are used, green beams are not applicable. However the new Imex LRX10 receiver can pick up both RED AND GREEN rotary beams, any brand, any model. 👌👌👌🎉 Explore our Red Beam and Green Beam Range of Lasers at www.imexlasers.com.au
STONEY CREEK PROJECT - Progess of this monster frame and great design by @rd_architect is coming along beautifully. A lot of great detail about to commence with the lock up. As always our boys getting it done.
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It is upon us again! This weeks finalist is @laurabutcherr who posted this delicious shot!
You have been entered into our April competition to win a £15 voucher.
Tag us in your foodie pics to be in the chance of entering next week - the winner will be announced at the end of the month! 🥇🏆🎖 Don’t forget to #murgatroyds