Quick Tip: Using a Level
It's important to use a level but of all the many types, which is most suitable for your next building or repair project?
Checking your work for level and plumb is crucial. Here’s how to select and use the right tool for the job. I recommend using a fiberglass level. It’ll absorb shock well and won’t bend or get knocked out of calibration. Two-foot levels are the most commonly used but to check for level over a longer distance, move up to a four-footer. Or you can attach a two-by-four with equal spacers to make a straightedge.
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