With such a huge range of construction lasers on the market these days, simply shopping and settling on a model to buy can be difficult. Most consumers don't want to deal with or have time for the chore of investigating the various models.
We'll try to explain which features do what and which product is the greatest fit for you. The first thing you need do is determine what tasks you intend to complete with your laser.
Do you plan to work exclusively indoors, exclusively outdoors, or both? Do you need pipe buried, dining room chair rails, fence posts, or grading for a construction site? These are the questions that will define the features you will want to look for and buy.
What are construction lasers mainly used for?
They're employed in a variety of activities where a precise, level reference is required, such as layout. Installing ceiling tiles, chair railings in a dining room, and power receptacles in a home under construction are examples of jobs. Some chores are simple, such as hanging pictures on a living room wall in a level manner. Installing sewer piping or managing a site grading plan for a new building are examples of major undertakings.
Laser Levels in Indoor Environments
-Plumb and align your walls
-Assisting in the leveling of floors
-For easy drop ceiling installation, mount your laser to a wall or ceiling mount.
-Easily check the heights of doors and windows
-Putting up drop ceilings
-Install wainscoting and chair rails in your home
-Make sure shelves, cabinets, and trim are all in the same place. ·
-Use a tripod to make cabinet and chair rail installation and alignment a breeze.
Laser Levels in Outdoor Applications
-Basic surveys of any kind
-On decks, fences, and porches, lasers make it simple to check and level posts and beams.
-Alignment of masonry
-Easy access to land elevations
-Slope-capable lasers can adjust the grade for optimal drainage and watering.
-Align fences, posts, and decks as necessary.
-Drainage or contour farming
When it comes to choosing a construction laser, it's not just about the application; there are generally three laser types that can help you save time on your layout for particular distances in construction. Plumb aka dot lasers, Line levels, or Rotary are the three types. Plump or Line lasers are recommended for distances of 1' to 150'. Rotary is a bigger model and recommended for distances of 200 feet or more.