Do-it-yourself wooden beams manufacturing is a very profitable and profitable business, which everyone can start! A wooden I-beam is primarily used for the manufacture of floors, creating a very strong and high-quality foundation for future flooring.
This type of beam appeared relatively recently, but has already managed to gain favor and popularity among builders. The double tee is successfully used in the frame technology for building country houses, helping to not only speed up, but also reduce the cost of building a house. Continue reading
Modern technologies do not stand still: new types of building materials and tools are being produced. LEGO bricks (LEGO bricks) are quite new to us. There is no large-scale release of this building material in the country, while the needs of the population are satisfied only through mini-workshops organized at home. Due to this, this market segment remains practically open, which provides good prerequisites for the development of our own business.
MACHINE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BRICK OWN HANDS
The heart of any Lego brick production is hand-held machines. They can differ from each other in performance, level of automation, size and the presence of additional functions. Depending on this, the price of the machine changes. For example, having all the necessary drawings, materials and tools, you can do it yourself to make a brick making machine at home. So it will cost 1.5 times cheaper. Continue reading
The dining room is a successfully operating business in a crisis. Affordable food will always be bought! Dumplings, dumplings and other types of canteens always receive regular customers. And in times of financial crisis, the number of visitors even increases. After all, the middle-income segment of the population begins to visit restaurants less often and more often give their preference in favor of dining rooms. Pay attention to this industry and analyze how easily it experienced financial crises. As Yevgeny Chichvarkin says: “the most demanded business is servicing the poor.” Indeed, even though poor people have less money, they purchase only the most sought-after and best-selling goods. The poor also quantify more goods than the rich. Continue reading