Do you Have These Tools at Home? If Not, Consider Buying Them

Hawthorne builders

While building the home was a major task, you might have required minor repairs and changes over time. Would you call a professional for every small thing you need to be done at home like hanging a poster or tightening a loose screw? Of course not. That’s why there’s this list of tools that you should have at home for all such minor jobs.

  • Hammer: You will need this to remove and drive nails from wood posts.
  • Screwdriver: Get one with interchangeable heads and you will find it useful in many applications.
  • Pliers: Various plier types are available offering different functions but the most common one remains tightly gripping nuts, wires, and other small items.
  • Hand Saw: A hand saw comes in handy when you are working on a minor renovation or project that requires minimal wood cutting work.
  • Miter Saw: It allows making angled cuts on boards, plywood, and other materials. Even if you aren’t going to use it, a professional visiting your place might help you use your tool.
  • Power Drill: How many times have you thought of drilling holes in concrete, stone, bricks, or drywall. You can’t ask someone to do this for you every time. But you can keep a power drill to do those minimal jobs yourself.
  • Paintbrush: Often, people like to paint their rooms themselves (if not the complete home). Get a natural hair brush for latex or oil-based paints and a synthetic brush for water-based paints.
  • Staple Gun: Now, that’s what you will need to hang signs, pictures, or other items without nailing the walls.

Use them for minor tasks and leave the major ones that need professional tools for builders from Hawthorne.

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