Bosch Self-Leveling Laser Line
The right tool makes all the difference. I had taken all of one day getting the first room of my string levels pretty good but not precisely accurate. It was taking too long and strings were everywhere with little flagging tape bows on them to make it so people wouldn’t trip.
I recently brought this Bosch model for $109. In one hour I completed what would have taken me three more days at the rate I was going. I also ended up back at the beginning of the building, after going all around, with only 1mm of accumulated error. Pretty good considering with the line levels I was getting 1/2″ of error.
I wish I had gotten a good self-leveling laser line three years ago but back then the prices were a lot higher which is what held me off. Probably would have been worth it in saved time. As we get closer to the end of our project we get more and more precise.
This morning it was warm and we were inside a cloud. It was literally raining indoors in the butcher shop. The warm air came in to the structure which floats much cooler. It then condensed wetting the ceilings and upper walls where it touched and drenching the floors with the falling indoor rain. Quite the effect. Interesting, the lower half of the walls stayed dry, I think because the cloud floated in the upper warmer air of the rooms above the cool lower air. If you ever see a cartoon where it is raining over someone indoors now you know it can really happen.
Outdoors: 88°F/53°F Sunny, 2″ Rain
Tiny Cottage: 68°F/62°F
Daily Spark: It is disconcerting to open Pandora’s Box and finding Schrödinger Pussy, er, Cat.