Thomas Gaige currently lives in coastal South Carolina. Since he was a youngster he always liked working with his hands and building things. With his well equipped shop he has tackled projects like restoring a classic BMW, building furniture, automotive bodywork, rebuilding a fiberglass boat, swapping out car engines, cabinet building and a host of other things. He believes that choosing the right tool is as critical as the final product you are trying to achieve. If you are properly equipped, with both your tools and knowledge about your project, then you too can repair and build like a pro and that is what Pro Tool Reviews is all about.
Now that you’ve decided a ceiling fan is for you, itâ€™s time to see what goes into selecting a ceiling fan that will fit your room and your needs without going into shock at the enormous selections available to consumers. After all, this is supposed to be a fun opportunity to influence the look of your room with a fan that will reflect your style and taste.
Anyone who has run out and bought the cheapest possible brushes for a paint job can testify that quality does matter. I can think of few worse feelings than being in a paint job and noticing streaks and/or bristle deposits all over my nice new project. When it comes time to pick up a paint brush, you should ask a few basic question to make sure you’re selecting the right tool (that’s right, we said “tool”).
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.