Since this gate swings just fine, we’re not having to fix sagging or other problems. The homeowner wanted a new type of latch that was easy to operate from either side of the gate, and we replaced the hinges too.
Today we’re building a gate using the EasyGate No-Sag Gate Kit, which includes four black, sturdy, metal brackets; screws and hinges which you add to your own lumber; and a gate latch.
Did you know you can often repair a gate, rather than replacing it? Today we’re sharing a five-step guide for how to fix a sagging gate.
Did you know you can often repair a gate, rather than replacing it? But how do you decide when to repair your gate versus when to replace it? Here’s some information to help you make that decision.
Because my friend’s outdoor space is small, we kept the grill station’s dimensions small too, but you can adjust to your grill size or desired prep area.
Today, I’m sharing how to take an old cooler and some white wood and turn it into a DIY cooler stand.