With the large selection of construction lasers available these days, it can be a tough job just shopping and deciding on a model to purchase. The task of researching the various models is more than most people want to deal with or have the time to spend.
We will attempt to explain which features do what and which product best fits your needs. Basically speaking, the first thing you should do is figure out what jobs you plan to accomplish with your laser. Do you intend to work only indoors, only outdoors, or both? Do you want to install pipe underground, chair rails in a dining room, fence posts, and construction site grading? These are the questions that will define the features you will want to look for and buy.
What are construction lasers used for you ask?
They are used in a variety of jobs where layout is performed and an accurate, level reference is needed. Jobs such as, installing ceiling tiles, installing chair railings in a dining room, installing receptacles for power within a home under construction. Some tasks are small, such as hanging pictures in a level fashion across a living room wall. Some tasks are large, such as installing sewer pipe or handling a site grading plan for a new building.
Indoor Applications of Laser Levels
-Align and plumb your walls ·
-Leveling floors ·
-Attach your laser to a wall or ceiling mount for easy drop ceiling installation
-Easily check door or window heights ·
-Installing drop ceilings ·
-Install chair rails and wainscoting in your home ·
-Align shelves, cabinets and trim ·
-Use a tripod for easy installation and alignment of cabinets, chair rails, etc
Outdoor Applications of Laser Levels
-Any type of basic surveys ·
-Lasers easily check and level posts and beams on decks, fences and porches ·
-Masonry alignment ·
-Easily check land elevations ·
-Lasers with a slope capability can set grade for proper drainage and irrigation ·
-Align fences, posts and decks ·
-Establishing grades ·
-Contour farming or drainage
When selecting a construction laser, it's not only application-specific, there are basically three types of lasers to make your layout less time consuming for certain distances in construction. They are PLUMB ("Dot LASERS"), LINE LEVEL ("Line Generators"), or ROTARY. For distances from 1' to 150', we recommend PLUMB or LINE GENERATORS. For 200' or greater, we recommend ROTARY. These are basic rules of thumb on model selection and things can always vary depending on your exact task or application.
360-DEGREE HORIZONTAL LINE AND TWO PLUMB DOTS: With one ultra-bright 360° horizontal & one 140° vertical green beams, 621CG Laser Level provides all-around leveling coverage even in big job-site. And unique up and down plumb spots provide additional benefits of ceiling, points transfer, leveling, alignment, plumbing and squaring applications to suit users' needs.
FULLY LAYOUT WITH 3 X 360 LINE LASERS: One 360° horizontal and two 360° vertical planes enable users to cover the floor, wall, ceiling all around the room. Two vertical lines cross at 90° angles makes user quickly visualize and finish square layout. This 360 laser level is a complete level tool as well as an alignment laser tool aids in full room layout.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL USES: This rotary laser features electronic self-leveling , projecting 360 horizontal or vertical laser beam with Up& Down plumbing points. You can use vertically for laying out walls and floors, alignment and plumb of concrete forms, setting fence post alignment installing metal drywall track or horizontally for install wainscoting, drop ceilings, or leveling cabinets and more indoor & outdoor applications.
Huepar's laser tools can help you work effectively in home decoration: such as line up some planters in anticipation of a new decking projects, home refurb projects, hang pictures, mirrors, curtain rails etc.And it can also work for railway construction, bridge construction, wall construction,etc.