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Don't Start that DIY Until You Have the Right Tools

>> May 1, 2013

If you are looking for some new power tools you need to make sure you do your research. Consider exactly how they will be used and how often before you jump straight in and buy something. Whether it is drills, screwdrivers or saws, you need to find the right tool for the job.

Power tools can be a great asset when it comes to home improvements. However, with a wide range available, it is hard for a general consumer to know exactly what they should be buying. Before you start your shopping, you need to consider what you are looking for.

What Do You Need It For?

The main consideration when buying power tools is what they will be used for. If you are just undertaking the occasional light DIY task, your needs will be considerably different from someone who is renovating a whole house. The work you are doing may also dictate the requirements you need from the tool. If you are looking for specific features, it is important that you buy a tool that meets these.

Do You Need More Than One Tool?

Sometimes you might think you require a whole box of tools, when actually you could get away with less. There is a great range of multi-purpose tools that can be useful for more than one job. For example, a combination drill can be used both as a drill and a screwdriver. This is great, especially if you don't use them very often. It is more cost effective and prevents you from buying something for a specific job that is never used again.

Corded or Cordless?
Once you have decided on the tool you need, there is the choice between corded and cordless. Depending on your requirements, both options can have their advantages.

A cordless tool can be more efficient, preventing you getting tangled up in the cord. There is also no need to hunt around for a power socket near where you are working or drag about heavy extension cables.

On the other hand, a corded tool won't suffer from power issues and is usually cheaper. They are constantly running at the same levels and there are no time constraints because the battery runs out. If you are looking for a heavy duty and powerful tool, then a corded product is probably best.

Do Your Research
Once you have chosen the type of product you require, make sure you research the market thoroughly. You need to look for which brands perform best in different categories and read reviews for particular products you are interested in. It is a good idea to use a specialised site, offering assistance if required.

Whether you are buying your first power tool or need to replace an outdated or broken model, considering your needs and likely usage could end up saving you both time and money in the end. There is no point buying a drill for brickwork if you just want to put furniture together.

AUTHOR BIO: Stephen Clarke writes regularly on DIY topics for a number of home improvement websites and blogs. He has always had a keen interest in power tools and offers advice to consumers on a range of issues. For further information on how to choose your tools
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