There are many different ways to store your household belongings when they do not need or when moving house. If you live in Alcester and need some tips for storage, continue reading. Storage items include but are not limited to:
Vacuum package is an easy way to safe space. The vacuum bags allow suction to minimise the space needed to store items and therefore save space storing your items.
Many people live in houses which have lofts. The loft allows you to store multiple items when they are not needed due to being seasonal or items you just wish to store away due to no longer being used.
Boxes are perfect for storing smaller items in. This allows easy access to any box when needed.
Tip: Label your boxes to ensure you remember what items are in what box.
However, all the tips we have provided above are for if you have storage space in your house but we haven’t provided you with tips if you’re moving house, so here goes…
Storage containers are the perfect solution for storing your household items and belongings if you are moving house or do not have any storage space left available or your house doesn’t have storage space.
There are many areas throughout the UK which provide storage containers, however, there are many places in Stratford / Alcester alone which do so.
Forging is the process of re-shaping metal using heat and force. The pre-heated metal is pressed into a tool allowing the metal to take the shape of the tool used. There are many methods of forgings some being:
Find out more about the different forging methods below.
Hand forging, which is sometimes referred to as blacksmithing, is a manual method of forging. The metal is heated until red and then beaten into the desired shape using a hammer against a metal anvil.
Due to the method utilised, hand forging provides the forged item with a superior grain flow compared to other methods. This is due to the bending of the metal whilst its hot and therefore means the item is much stronger and longer lasting after forging.
Upset forging, which is also sometimes known as heading, is one of the most common methods of forging used today. The process involves a pre-heated bar, which is position within grooves that keep it still for when the pressure is applied.
The use of the dies or tools used within upset forging is considered the most important stage within the process. This is because they shape the hot metal, which is the whole aim of the upset forging process.
Drop forging is the process by which a hammer is dropped onto a heated piece of metal in order to shape it into the desired shape. There are two types of drop forging; Open die drop forging and closed die drop forging.
Open die drop forging is the process of providing a blow with a hammer to shape the metal which is one a stationary anvil. This method is referred to as ‘open die’ as the die doesn’t fully enclose around the metal.
Closed die drop forging is different to open die as the metal is attached to an anvil and is placed within many dies with a fixed structure.