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Home Laser Levels - Framing & Remodeling use tips
If you are a builder, remodeler, framer, or handyman Matt Risinger has got some tips and unexpected uses for your laser level! In this video, Risinger talks about framing and how the use of a laser in the framing stage has propelled his craftsmanship, precision, and speed. Risinger welcomes Carpenter Bill Wood in this episode to talk about the ways they use lasers. Level out ceilings, floors, and use it for window installation, for starters. One of Wood's favorite things about using a laser is how it's sped up the process. How much will it cost you? Probably around $200 to $500, but they'll last a long time. Check out the links included for Risinger's recommendations and watch the full video for even more tips and tricks. PLS 180 Green on Amazon PLS 180 Red on Amazon

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