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.
12 Photos Gallery of: Making Roof laundry drying rack
- 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.
- 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.
- 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