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Japan builds house in 1 day

Today we came to watch a house get built! I’m super excited! Me, too! It looks like Tetris. Yeah. Toyota home builds house units at their factories and ships them by truck. Assembling the units on site takes only one day. One worker said it actually only takes about 6 hours to put the house together.

The process is so quick because they build the individual units in a factory where the parts can stay indoors and out of the rain and other elements. Once when I was a student, I noticed a house had appeared suddenly in my neighborhood while I was away during the day at school. At first, I thought the house must be poor quality but it was actually opposite. I was amazed at how much effort they put into creating these houses. Thank you for letting us shoot today. Oh, thank you.

Thank you very much for today. Wow.in one day.

21 Ways to Hide and Organize Things in your House 1

Take those eyesores from ugh to ughMAZING with these 21 Ingeniously Easy Ways To Hide The Ugly Stuff In Your Home by Peggy Wang. 1. Build a window cornice to hide ugly drapery rods and add a touch of polish to your windows. Instruction: Design the cornice to fit your home choose the wood type, molding style and finishing you want to use. Select materials and collect key tools.

If you plan to paint your cornices, poplar and aspen are good choices for the box materials. Assemble the basic box. Every cornice begins the same way, with cutting and assembling the threesided, lidded box. Then you add the trim of your choice and finish the cornice. Apply the trim. When mitering the trim for the box, always start by first cutting and mounting an end trim piece, then the long front trim and finally the other end. Smooth and finish the cornice. Fill nail holes and prime before painting.

Finish highly detailed natural and stained wood with spray lacquer, shellac, or polyurethane. Mount the cornice over the window. No 2. Conceal your router in fancy storage boxes. Just use a fancy storage box or other container, make cable holes at the back and put the devices inside. 3. Or hollow out an old book.

Take the book inside, then use the book cover to cover your router inside. No 4. Hide unsightly pipes in the basement behind miniblinds. You don’t want to be staring at those while folding your laundry. This will make the whole basement feel revamp. No 5. Cover up an AC unit with a chalkboard cover. You’ll have to build a wooden frame, but if you have any carpentry skills whatsoever,.

It’s oh so worth it. Directions: Step 1: • My AC unit has a frame molding around it – this frame will be how the boxcover will be attached to the wall. • I measured the top and bottom and added 34″ x 2 = 1 12″ to the measurement. Step 2: • Drill 3 holes on the ends of the TOP and BOTTOM pieces with a countersink. • Layout TOP, sides, BOTTOM piece, and fasten with some wood screws and a screwdriver.

Step 3: • Cut Plywood to fit TOP of the assembled frame. • Mark each corner and sides with a pencil. • Predrill with a countersink bit. • Fasten top with wood screws using a screwdriver. Step 4: • First cover the AC unit with a thick trash bag and secure with duct tape. Attached the cover to the frame to make sure it all fits. Step 5: • Take the cover off and place Insulation.

Inside the cover, this will protect from an unwanted draft during the winter months. • Paint the cover with chalkboard paint. Let dry according to manufacturer’s instruction. • Use a drill with the countersink bit, drill two holes on each “SIDEâ€� closest to the wall. • Place the cover onto the frame and fasten with a screw using a screwdriver.

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