I told folks honestly when I worked Hardware/Tools that Kobalt is (despite Lowe's adverts) a good home workshop tool, not every day commercial grade.I love my Kobalt battery tools. Had the impact driver and drill for two years now. Just picked up the angle grinder. Not suited for a production sort of deal, but for the occasional use sort of guy like me, awesome. Rusted 1/2" bolts on the new to me polaris ATVs snowplow feet, like buttah.
Yeah, if I was driving 3,000 drywall screws a day, maybe not. But that little impact driver does a good job for my needs. .I told folks honestly when I worked Hardware/Tools that Kobalt is (despite Lowe's adverts) a good home workshop tool, not every day commercial grade.
I really wish QBH had used drywall screws, instead of adhesive and nails.
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On Monday, October 7, 2019 the Potomac Floral Design Studio opened its doors to Charles County. Potomac Floral Design Studio is a new full service florist and gift shop serving Southern Maryland. The ribbon cutting ceremony began at 10:00 AM attended by Jeannine James, Mayor, Town of La Plata and numerous family and friends supporting the launch of the new business. After the moving ceremony dedicating the opening of the shop to Mike's Mother, Mary Ann Burch and David's Brother Brian, guest were invited in, to shop and enjoy light refreshments.
Mike Burch and David Douglas are the shop owners and managing partners, both are natives of Southern Maryland. They open the shop with an experienced staff, bringing over 90 years of floral and gift shop experience to their customers.
Mike Burch has over 40 years of floral design experience. Mike started in the business when he was 16. He is a previous shop owner and has experience working with several large event and wedding florists in Northern Virginia. He also holds a position with the Washington Post as Production Manager where he has served for 28 years.
David Douglas has 40 years of customer service and managerial experience. David has served 30 years working at the Architect of the Capitol, Washington D.C. where he has held the position of Service Supervisor for the Senate Superintendent's Office for 13 years. Since 1984, David has worked in retail stores and his favorite: food service. Where he worked with several catering establishments and served as the Manager for two Ledo Pizza Restaurants.
Mike and David are committed to provide their customers with impeccable, personalized customer service, offer fresh and innovative floral designs and creative choices for home decor and gifts. The goal is to be your choice for all of your floral, gift and home decor needs.
They have adopted the philosophy of the great writer and poet Maya Angelou: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel". "We want our customers to feel welcome, which is very important to us".
Cox rd and rt.4 is going to be a church.A while back there was mention of a Royal Farms going into Dunkirk area, but wondering if it's more the Huntingtown area near Cox Road where all the land is now cleared off? Calvert has been taking a hit from the locals for expansion of all the town centers and removing the major and minor distinction and just classifying them all as simply "town centers." There is also a new church proposed in the area of Cox Road but unsure if that could be it or if the church is further down Cox Road.
Worked for YEARS with a guy who could drive a 16p nail into pressure treated 2x6 with one hit. The BEST I could ever do was three.One of my issues with subdivisions, production speed overrules best practices sometimes. Virtually nobody with a belt fed drill-gun can keep up with a skilled guy with a hammer who sets one nail per hit.