Selecting A Summer Work Boot

By Robert Robillard

Summer Work Shoes Summers can get hot and humid, there is nothing worse than having your feet sweat in a hot, heavy, steel-toed work boot. Selecting a summer work boot or shoe can be a daunting process. For one, many contractors I know feel strongly that the BEST foot protection on the jobsite is a work…

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DeWalt DCL050 LED Area Light

By Jim Nadeau

DeWalt DCL050 Area LED Light Review As an Electrician I can’t tell you how many times I’ve worked with a small inefficient flashlight.  The power is off and I can’t plug in my work light anywhere.  I can’t say enough good things about the DeWalt DCL050 area light.  Simply a bright, small and lightweight area…

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Southwire Ship Auger Bit

By Robert Robillard

  Southwire Ship Auger Bit Review There is nothing better than a SHARP drill bit when you need a fast, clean hole.  Southwire Tools & Equipment recently introduced a new line of hole making tools they refer to as the “Hole Solutions,” and they work great. In 1809, an American shipwright named Ezra L’Hommedieu filed…

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RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Storage System

By Scott Arnold

RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Storage System – Review We recently discovered a tool accessory storage solution, we all can benefit from. The RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Kit Storage System allows you to keep all your power tool accessories in the same place so you are not scratching your head wondering where you put your drills, impact bits…

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Zenith Trim Puller

By Robert Robillard

Pull It Right with the Zenith Trim Puller Removing trim, like baseboard, chair rail, window and door casing is often a necessity when remodeling. I often find myself removing trim carefully when I plan on saving the trim, because its old and difficult to replace and match or I’m deconstructing something carefully to make some…

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AirShim Inflatable Pry Bar and Leveling Tool

By Robert Robillard

AirShim Inflatable Tool- A Third Hand! Whether you’re working alone as a matter of choice or necessity, you often need to find a ways to be efficient. I recently came across the AirShim inflatable pry bar and leveling tool and was impressed with how it acted like a third hand when performing certain lifting, shifting,…

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How to Install an Interior Window Sill

By Robert Robillard

How to Install a Window Sill People do not often think about window sills but they are an integral part of interior time and window trim. A well-executed window sill installation can create a finished, classy look. A window sill is made up of two parts, the shelf is the base or bottom of the…

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DIY Tool Buying Guide

By Robert Robillard

DIY Tool Buying Gift Guide Whether it for increasing resale value or simply putting a personal stamp on your house, home improvement projects are made easier when using the appropriate tools while working safely. With the handyperson in mind, these gifts make a great addition to any toolbox. Remodeling is dirty and can be dangerous…

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