Aluminum termite shield to fortify wooden structures against termite prone areas.
The shield is installed between the cement blocks and the skids. It should extend 2” out from the cement block on all sides, then descend on a 45° angle, extending another 2”. This forms a metal barrier that will help prevent termites from building their mud tunnels up the foundation.
The rugged construction of the handle is built to stand heavy wear and the strong spring makes for sure latching and a long life. No rivets, no pins, no welds, no chance for a weak connection or accidentally pulling the handle off. It is adjustable to most door thicknesses 1-1/2” to 3” thick and is equipped with an easily operated locking system. The smooth finish has excellent corrosion resistance with baked on black enamel.
This hardware is commonly used for securing double doors, ensuring that door locked with the foot bolt will safely remain in an open or closed position (depending on installation). The foot bolt is protected by Exterior Weatherguard Coating for long-lasting quality.
Steel Ground Anchor. These anchors can be used to anchor sheds, greenhouses, or other outbuildings to the ground, securing them from high winds or storms. You can also use them for your barbeque grill, trashcans, playgrounds equipment or swing sets. Secure your antennas or wind turbines. Multi-functional and great for areas with harsh weather conditions.
One ¼” Nut Driver with magnetic setter made from high quality tool steel to ensure anti-rounding and a long service life. Features a sure-grip hex shank for use with quick change and traditional drill-type chucks. Used commonly for installing metal roofing.
A Whitcomb “Take Apart” Door Latch is the perfect addition to your next shed, cabin, or barn project. This functional handle with old fashioned charm will secure your doors and provide long lasting style.
The rugged lugs on the handle are built to stand hard wear and the strong spring makes for sure latching and a long life. No rivets, no pins, no welds- no chance for a weak connection or accidentally pulling the handle off. It is adjustable to most door thicknesses.