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Electrician Tools to Get the Job Done Right

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 9/25/2018 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Electrician Tools to Get the Job Done Right

Being an electrician is a rewarding job for anyone who enjoys the type of work where a careful, organized approach creates visibly satisfying results. Whether you want to do simple repairs at home or do complete wiring jobs, there's little to compare to the feeling of accomplishment that comes from creating something that's safe, efficient, convenient, and just works!

Of course, to become a real, licensed electrician, you'll need to follow a process including an apprenticeship, but there's no reason you can't stock up on the tools you need ahead of time. This will have you prepared for your work and for your education.

We can't stress this enough, though — before you do anything with wiring, you need to know exactly what you're doing and how to accomplish it safely, otherwise you're risking a fire hazard!

But that's what education is for, isn't it? In the meantime, here are the electrician's tools you're going to need. 

What tools do you need for yard work?

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 6/25/2018 to Outdoor Living
What tools do you need for yard work?

Some jobs never have a true end, and yard work is one of them. After all, there's always going to be wind and weather blowing new crops of leaves all over the place, always a branch that could fall down, weeds popping up, hedges needing to be trimmed, and so on and on.

Whether you're a homeowner learning what it takes to give your yard the care it needs or looking into yard work as a professional career, you're going to need the following tools.

Tools for Beginning Plumbers

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 5/24/2018 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Tools for Beginning Plumbers

Whether you're looking into becoming a plumber as a full-time career, or you simply want to be more prepared to handle issues around the house, there are some tools and supplies you'll absolutely need. Now, this article can't go into enough detail to tell you how to replace every faucet and fix every burst pipe, but we can at least give you a good starting point so you'll be well-equipped to work on your skills. It's worth saying that either way, having even a basic knowledge of plumbing can save you lots of money (and headaches), as you'll be able to perform some maintenance and repairs on your own.


Basic Tools for a Carpenter

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 4/26/2018 to Home Maintenance and Repair
Basic Tools for a Carpenter
Carpentry is defined as a skilled trade comprising the cutting, shaping, and assembly of wooden structures, and today the field has expanded to include other materials and sometimes overlaps with other building skills. Most people who get involved with carpentry find it to be satisfying work, and it's definitely a good skill to at least grasp on a basic level. You'll be able to build things and do repairs, and that's always handy!
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