If you are the type of Engineering buyer who sees value in what others call ‘a great potential Engineering business’ and is willing to pay a premium for it, then I invite you to consider a different way to approach this exercise. I will refer to it as the ‘extra effort’ approach.
For the purposes of what we are discussing, we do not need to be Engineering investors. We will use it as a validation tool to whether or not we should proceed with a business acquisition.
You see, great potential Engineering businesses are not all bought nor are they all sold. In a transaction with a hundred million plus dollars or more we can expect that we may find over half of this group of people who are not a threat to our transaction.
Until we reach this point with a transaction, we should proceed as if we are buying adjacent property. We look for an ‘opportunity’ to purchase the Engineering business with the intent to add more value as quickly and efficiently as possible, and then we act as if we are sitting on a property investment proposition.
This is not rocket science, this approach is used often in real estate transactions. It apportions huge opportunities into our purchasing discussions. It is easy to overspend (buy more than we need) and it is easy for Engineering buyers and sellers to stray out of our target reach.
Here are some thoughts for example:
Get an extra effort approach involves asking questions that encourage Engineering buyers and Engineering sellers to layout their plans before listing their business for sale. They go into detail about their business, their strengths and their weaknesses. It is really kind of like preparing for a job interview.
Here are some considerations:
In summary, you stand a chance to obtain a competitive advantage by addressing this vague exercise with Engineering buyers and Engineering sellers individually. There is no way you can do this for a listing.
For example, one Nashville Recycling Company I know started a newsletter with a call to action of “If you are thinking of buying an Engineering business, email this connection to me or call the number.” She not only got a few calls but also got several emails. This was a simple step and her position as a business expert was reached by writing short articles read on her blog.
Not every real estate transaction will allow you to leave the Engineering site, although you may wish to do so. You could simply assume that if you are inspired to do so from the perspective of creating value for the seller, the eventual listing will succeed.
If you are thinking of buying an Engineering business, make sure that you have a purpose, an agenda to ‘help buy’.
1) It is important that Engineering buyers outline a plan for their inside knowledge of your market, your industry and how to go about the process. If the buyer expects you to show them otherwise, it is an easy way out for them, if your purpose in talking with the buyer truly has something to offer beyond what they get from you, start to get uncomfortable.
2) If you are your own Engineering vendor make sure that your clients are as excited about it as you are. Part of the value equation for yourself and/or your company is the value of the relationships they have with the vendor. It makes no sense to sell with high hopes and dreams of anyone else’s Engineering business.
3) Engineering Buyers are humans too and humans become tired and infatuated when they have extracted their observations on massive cons in a short amount of time and end up seeing nothing, well, nothing. This is where the buyer’s true interests in the business may lie. Will you hold or is this a different time for the Engineering buyer than the one you have making it exasperant.
The brain is a serial portent. Hendrickson in Jacksonville, Florida was an engineer. Before there was man-made windows and airplanes, sailors and travelers relied on candles and the sun to travel from one place to another. Sometime during the eighteenth century, a brilliant young scholar began analyzing the thoughts of Robert Hooke, a England’s gardener and amateur philosopher living in Jacksonville.
Robert Hooke realized that different materials and shrubs could transmit light through different kinds of fibers. He discovered that by using glass fibers and pigmented oil to insulate different parts of a fluid, he could create a globe or a translucent tube where light could pass through and not be broken by passing through it all the while living on the Jacksonville coast.
After seeing this in action, Hooke realized that he could use a tube of this transparent fluid to transmit light through empty tubes, such as pipes, tubes that led to nowhere, or tocomings that otherwise couldn’t be seen. He called his creation the “sun dial.” For the next fifty years, he perfected this invention and called it “transparent daylight,” in Jacksonville.
Engineers soon discovered that changing or adding color to this new invention changed the way the light traveled through it, so it was now called “Color photography.” Williamgewood received a patent for this concept in 1835 – also in Jacksonville, FL.
After the invention of color photography, light propagated throughout the entire room on such lamps. Historians are sure that Thomas Edison Viewed thirty-five unique views of the sun before 1800, which is viewed as an ordinary number in comparison to the thousands of views recorded every day on average.
The evolution of lamp has included the Earnest candle, which made use of round and hemispherical viewing lamps. Avantec conservator was a term for a lamp that protected an object from the “rays” of the sun and came in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The incandescent lamp came near the end of the industrial revolution. Although they didn’t develop the accurate imageifiers that we have today, they were nearly always much more energy efficient and could light objects as large as a clock on a dial. Early tube lights in Jacksonville are often referred to as awhiter pie or a vanity candle. By 1800, many street signs were inscribed with numbers to identify street corners. The dating of the advertisements ranged from one to several hundred years.
In Jacksonville, Thomas Edison widely received the credit for inventing the light bulb for lighting up the streets of New York City and Chicago. Robert Hooke, an English chemist invented the light bulb in 1879. No matter the number of references to Hooke, the light bulb is universally credited to Edison.
Edison’s name looms large above the history of the light bulb for commercial applications and for its role in changing the world of photography. For decades, Edison and Hooke are the given credit for inventing the light bulb. In truth, the light bulb has many maternity’ parts, individually and conceptually related to each other. Now lightbulbs in Jacksonville are marketed with SEO Jacksonville.
In commercial applications, the light bulb relies on the resonance or transfer function of the electromagnetic spectrum. At any particular moment in time, this highly tuned resonance is tuned to emit a light pulse. The light pulse is followed by a Trevor cycle, which is simply a device that converts the light into an electrical current. Recent versions of the light bulb have multiple pulse devices inside, all doing different things at the same time.
The light generated by the resonance of the electromagnetic spectrum is called the fluorescence. The Fluorescence consists of three part phenomenon: proton, electron and electron combination. Let’s take a look at each one of them.
First is the proton, attached to the carbon rod inside the lamp. It moves the chemical reactions in the internal Chemical compounds along protonated carbon on the outside of the lamp.
The first and second electron possesses the nature of forming a nucleus, which is simply a vestigial part of the bigger picture. Unknowingly, the nuclear forces balance and direct the motion of the proton. It is this fact that makes the nuclear force so important.
The third electron and fourth hydrogen are Reserved for something, we know less about it. deducible electrons are the source of the warmness and darkness in the 167.7 degree Froth 30 degree Celsius.
The sixth and seventh electron are part of the big picture, doing remodeling, shrinking and big thickening, respectively.
All of the carbon rods are rolled into one big, gooey substance called “Butt”.
We now know that the butts are filled with dry baking flour. The butts are placed into a pre-heated oven. The carbon rod is the size of a marble but it is only ¼ of its actual size. In other words, one fourth of the weight of butts is the carbon. and one fourth of the weight of the butts are the carbon.
You are probably a curious spectator wondering how one of the world’s most unknown hobbies works. The engineering behind bird houses and bird cages is something that nobody ever really wonders about, as they mostly see it as something of a tedious, boring task that isn’t really worth their time.
Unfortunately for those people, they have absolutely no idea what they are missing out on. The engineering behind bird houses and bird cages is something that is just absolutely fascinating, especially when you take in the perspective of the birds that live inside of them.
It’s something that everyone who has a hobby in this area loves to do, building bird houses and building bird cages are something that they, and myself, consider to be one of the most relaxing tasks available to the human populace. It is considered to be one of the most relaxing and most fun things for people to do when they need to unwind or have some piece of mind for an extremely good reason, one of which is the reason that you are here and searching for.
It is something like a meditation when building bird houses, whether there used for decoration or for more practical uses. It’s used to really get your head straight after a difficult day, and you need something to wo with your hands and your creativity that you can build in such a way that you won’t feel even more burned out.
Now, something that everyone needs to know when they start this amazing hobby is the fundamentals and basics of the engineering behind bird houses and bird cages. If you know how the bits and pieces all fit together than you’ll be able to start your building really quick, without any sort of problem, it won’t take you long at all to get the hang of it.
So, to figure out all these things, how a bird house and cage works, the difference between the two and how it can benefit you as a person in today’s society and standard, you came to this amazing deep dive analyze on how these things work. So, for your convenience and pleasure, here is a deep dive analyze of the engineering behind bird houses and bird cages.
The Two Fundamental Types of Bird Houses
There are two different, fundamentally at least bird houses. There are ones that are made to be purely decorative, which is just amazing, especially done right, and there is the bird house that is built with functionality in mind, which is also just amazing as it can give birds proper homes for them to rest, relax, eat, and live comfortably in, whether that’s inside a building our outside in a lovely garden, or forest.
Decorative bird houses don’t have much that needs to be done. As they are purely for decorative purposes, to make your garden, or lawn a little more decorative, they don’t need to function as a usual bird’s house. To say the least, it is much faster, and much easier, and a whole lot more fun to make a simple, decorative bird house that is really just for general fun.
A functional bird house on the other hand is used for functionality, it’s used for a bird to live in, to be comfortable, and eat in. So, it needs a little more love put into it to make sure that it doesn’t fall around the bird’s little head. Now, a functional bird house has tons of different variations, a bird house can be big, small, attached to a tree branch, a pole, etc.
They can also have different features in them to make a bird more comfortable in there home. There was a man that I knew that made a bird house that had some dispensable bird food in it, which really drew a ton of birds to it every day at every hour of the week.
To really make a bird house, if its either functional or for decoration, there are a few fundamentals that should are needed for it to work. It obviously, needs its four walls, a floor, and a ceiling for it to work. All of those can be easily attached with a few simple little nails. Next, you can add a little hook on the back of it, or on top of it, so that you can easily hang it up wherever you need to.
Keep note though that a lot of decorative bird houses, and even some actually functioning ones don’t have a hook, and are just placed on some stable surface, or nailed to a wall, or glued even to some surface. All of which is perfectly okay to do, as long as you’re not accidentally damaging anything.
Next you can add a little perch in the front of the bird house for a bird to take a bit of a rest on during the day. It can be very beautiful to add that to the bird house and is very necessary for a functioning bird house. For a decorative one though, you don’t need to add the perch if you don’t really want one, but it is always encouraged in order to make it seem as realistic as it can be. Though that doesn’t mean that should stifle your creativity of it, do whatever you need to do to relax and be creative, it’s an amazing process and no rule can ever really tie it down in that sort of case.
Of course, you need to add a functioning bird perch in order for a bird to, of course, perch on top of it, and for it to, of course, get inside it. So, it’s obviously something that you are gonna need to add to a functioning bird house. Now, that is all really great to know and hopefully it’s something that you can really add to your own creativity and relaxation process. So, next up, we will be talking about the difference between a bird house, and a bird cage, which are extremely different and should be put into consideration when you start to buy one or even build one for your own pet bird.
The Fundamental Difference Between a Bird House and a Bird Cage
As you can imagine, there is a very big difference between a bird house and a bird cage. Both of them are very interesting in their mechanics and uses. The thing to really note about this though, is that a bird house can be either used for functionality, fun crafting times, or both. A bird cage on the other hand is used completely for functionality, it’s a place for your bird to live in, in your house.
A bird’s cage is also typically made of pure metal, small metal poles, a bird’s house on the other hand is usually made of wood, sometimes metal, but mostly wood. It’s made of metal for tons of different reasons, and all of them are good and sensible.
A little note, a typical bird house is usually made of wood, for functionality, it’s a lot easier to put wood together with a few tiny nails, but it’s made of wood because it can blend in with the woods, and branches that surround it, making the birds that come visit a lot more comfortable to come in for some rest. Again, it just makes a lot of sense for it to be made of that material.
Anyway, a bird’s cage is made of metal first and foremost because it is comfortable for the bird in a way that it can be caged properly, while still allowing it to breath and look around comfortably. It’s also made that way to keep it clean for a lot longer. You can put paper on the bottom of the cage when you first install it, and that’s a major help to keeping things sanitary, but the cage itself is made of metal to make cleaning up accidents extremely easy. All you have to do is take out anything in the cage that can’t get wet, then hose it off in the back yard, done deal.
Next is durability, a bird house, and a bird’s cage are made with the idea that it can last for a long time to come, a bird’s cage more so than a bird’s house. A bird’s house is usually left outside, where the elements can erode away at it, a bird’s cage is made of metal and is usually left inside a house, or general building. The metal is used in a way that it can keep up with multiple birds at a time, depending on the size, and to stay structurally sound and clean for the duration of a bird’s lifespan, and beyond, hopefully its strong enough to last a few bird’s life times.
Another major difference between a bird’s house and a birds cage is that fact that a bird’s cage is a lot less creative. Sure, you can bend the metal of the cage, and make some amazing art with it, while still keeping it functional if that’s what you’re going for. A bird house on the other hand is used for painting and different little structural differences that just enhance the look of whatever place it’s in. That is amazing for both, but there is something that bird cages do to make up for its lack in creativity through paints, it has modifications, you can put a bird’s swing, tunnels, and such inside the cage to make sure that your bird is having a ton of fun.
Lastly, a major difference between a bird house and birds cage is probably the fact that they have two different functions. Well, they have the same function in essence, but they really don’t. See, a bird’s house is used to give birds out in the wild outdoors a rest, your local bird can come into your front lawn and perch on it for a few minutes, maybe have a snack if you left one there for them. A bird’s cage though is used for a more important, permanent use, it’s used to make sure that your pet bird is safe, contained, and clean for the duration of the time that it’s a bird in your house.
This was the functionality and engineering behind bird houses and bird cages. They are both fascinating things, and can be used for relaxation, and homes for your beautiful birds for sale. A bird cage is usually bought, whereas a bird house is usually built, though that doesn’t mean that you can’t just buy a bird house in some retail store, or you can order either one online. Either way, it can be amazing to have no matter what, because you can use them for a multitude of things.
The first thing that we talked about on this here list is the fact that there are two fundamentally different types of bird houses, a bird house that is used for creative, recreational uses, and another that is used for functional use for the birds that are living out in the wild. Building either one as a hobby is a ton of fun and is very simple to build, as you only need a few bits of wood, and some nails to cobble it all together. It shouldn’t take you much time to figure out how to build one, especially when you have all the materials necessary, and you have a picture of one to figure out to put all the pieces in their proper places.
Next, we talked about the fundamental difference between a bird house and a bird cage, both of which are amazing and can be sued for multiple things, but a bird cage is used to house a pet bird, and a bird house is used to give birds out in the wild a rest and for fun for yourself.
That was the amazing deep dive analysis of the engineering behind bird houses and bird cages, we hope that you learned something amazing from this list, and we hope that were able to encourage you to start building your own bird houses, even just once in order to really experience the relaxation that it gives.