tools

Who Has The Best Cordless Reciprocating Saw?

Tool Box Buzz released it’s rankings for one of the most used tools in construction; the cordless reciprocating saw. The entries were specifically put through tests they devloped that should resonate with the following users: Plumbing/heating contractors Electricians General construction/demolition. … Read More

NextGen Work Truck? Meet the Bollinger Moters B1

Telsa might be a pretty thing but this truck looks bad ass, gets work done, and puts food on the table! Bollinger Motors B1: The Future of Work Trucks ServicePair PRO for just $0.99

Tool Box Buzz Does Head-to-Head Test: Full-Size Impact Drivers

Six remodeling contractors tested 10 cordless impact drivers for productivity, torque, ergonomics, and value. Which driver won? Read about it here.   ServicePair PRO for just $0.99

Tradesperson with a kid? Best selling

…construction toys and games on Amazon! Sure its fun to look.

Top tool vest for 2017?

See what 36 hours on research, videography, and editing work produce to review the top options for tool vests. Sure, you can try and carry all your gear around in the pockets of those beaten up old cargo pants, but … Read MoreRead More

Hot on the job site? Indoors?

Here is a list of the best portable fans. Reviewed for you by Popular Mechanics!  

New Technology: Pipe tools that you probably didn’t know existed

Here are some of the latest pipe tools from Rothenberger. We had no idea that most of these existed.

Homemade tools from a drill

If you ever needed a desk blower, now you know how to make one. And 3 other crazy tools.

Review: Field Tested – The Martinez M1 Titanium-Handled Hammers

There is a lot of debate about titanium hammers versus steel hammers and the debate has been going on for a few years now. The questions all address whether titanium hammers are worth the cost, which is sometimes 4-5 times … Read More

How to Choose and Use a Hammer – This Old House

Understanding the differences among choices for the carpenter’s favorite with This Old House general contractor Tom Silva