Making Roof laundry drying rack

Sep 18th

One of the major uses of energy peak in the average household is drying clothes. To reduce costs, drying on a clothes rack or laundry drying rack. On a sunny day in the summer, a line of outdoor clothing is ideal especially if there is a slight breeze. But when it is raining or in winter and door laundry drying rack can help you save money.

Laundry Drying Racks Cloth
Laundry Drying Racks Cloth

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  1. Drill a hole of 1 inch by 2.5 inch hanger pin 6, centered side to side, and a 1/2 inch from the end using a drill hole saw inch bit. Measure 1 inch from the bottom edge and centered between the two sides to place a check mark. Attach a hanger pin 2.5 by 6 inches to a useful surface allowing one end of the piece of wood that extend beyond the edge of the laundry drying rack enough.
  2. Locate an exposed beam in the basement where you want to install the laundry drying rack. Measure 1 inch from the bottom edge of the beam and make a mark.
  3. Place the pin 4.5 – walk through the rectangular hole in the bracket attached to the roof beam. Slide the two shank hooks 2.5 by 6 inches in the ear