For anyone who has ever attempted to hang a larger shelf or picture without the help of an assistant, the new […]
Vaughan tools are made in the USA and their XL Superbar 21″ pry bar is among the most versatile and useful tools you’ll ever come across. It’s useful for tighter applications that don’t require brute force or an inflexible pry bar. Its integrated nail puller and “shepherd’s crook” rocker make it a great tool for demo and removing and replacing trim. If you don’t have one of these, stop reading and go buy itâ€¦ We’ll wait.
The Vaughan Bear Claw Nail Puller is part of its BC series (“Bear Claw”, get it?) of nail pullers are simply […]
Milwaukee makes some excellent tools and their bit sets are no slouch either. Getting a hold of a contractor pack of 81 bits for under $20 is a find that no serious cordless drill-toting tool guy should pass up. You get 19 titanium-coated drill bits and a whole suite of Philips, flat, Torx and nut driving bits to make you equipped for just about any job – or replenish your worn out bits with some new, durable replacements.
Husky, the Home Depot house brand, has some very nice value-oriented knife packages. With their value pricing, the Husky utility […]
The Weller WLC100 40-watt soldering station is a great first soldering station for any hobbyist or DIYer. It works well when performing […]
Workforce, like Husky, Pegasus and Hampton Bay, is a Home Depot house brand that manufactures everything from shelves to screwdrivers. Their 74 piece screwdriver and pliers set is a good purchase for hobbyists and do-it-yourselfers, but not such a great bargain for the serious tool user as quality tends to suffer over the long haul and with extended or hard use.
Just launched is a new line of heavy-duty DeWalt XRP drills and hammer drills as well as a new XRP Lithium-ion drill. The drills were […]
This is a list of my preferred power tools. You may not agree with all my selections, but I feel they represent a good balance between budget and performance for the remodeler who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty in projects involving framing, siding, electrical, and interior work.