When you transport items on a trailer or on the cargo rack, secure your belongings with heavy-duty rope from Wellington. Sears carries a complete line of durable rope to use alone or with a pulley system. Use manila rope to strap a tarp to a lawnmower, or hoist tools and equipment in the garage with a rope and pulley kit. Nylon rope withstands constant abuse from the elements, and it ties easily to secure items in place.
For securing items in your home, consider door hardware from Bobrick and Rockwood. Secure a Bradley hat and coat rack to your front door, or mount the Baldwin Richland towel ring to your bathroom door. The Rockwood screen door guard prevents damage to the screen when pushing against the door, and the National kick doorstop helps to keep a door open at all times. We also have access doors that mount flush against the surface of the wall or ceiling. Mount a towel bar on the shower door, and install a chrome-plated tie hook to your closet door for organizing your ties and accessories.
Along with door hardware, hanging hooks come in handy for hanging towels on the bathroom door or picture frames on the wall. Mount the Spectrum Plus rack to your living room door; it features six hooks for hanging backpacks or coats. ArtRight hardware works well for hanging metal and wood picture frames, and Command strips apply and remove easily to doors and walls without leaving behind sticky residue. Hang a shower caddy in the bathroom with Interdesign suction cup hooks, and place your power tools on the garage wall with Suncast metal utility hooks.
You should also keep plenty of nails on hand for hanging picture frames or for constructing woodworking projects. Craftsman offers a range of nails of various lengths to work with manual hammers or cordless brad nailers. Bostitch also offers framing nails that work with most heavy-duty powered angle nailers. Even if you plan to install siding on your home or garage, we have Nichols aluminum nails that secure the siding in place. You also have access to masonry nails for hanging picture frames in brick mortar. Whether you use a manual claw hammer or an automatic power hammer, you can find nails for nailing into almost any material.
Use durable nylon rope to secure items to your trailer or for tying canvas covers to your outdoor equipment. Invest in door hardware to hang your towels or coats, and use hanging hooks for securing pictures and other items on your doors and walls. Plan a weekend project, and shop Sears online for more affordable power tools and home hardware accessories.