Power Up! The Top Ten Must-Have Tools For DIY Dudes

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It’s time to power up your shed or garage. You’re looking for some power tools so that you can be the everyday man. Maybe you’re just missing some items due to a recent move or something broke on you. Here’s the essentials no man should be without.

1. A Drill

Drills are probably first on every guy’s list. Cordless and corded – you’ll need them both. The corded drill provides the power, but it’s not very flexible in terms of where you can use it. Cordless drills are flexible, can be taken anywhere, but often lack the power of a corded drill. Have both, and you’ll be able to tackle a wide range of jobs, regardless of where they are located.

2. Socket Wrench and Set

Socket wrenches and sets are must-haves. You never know when you’ll need to do some work on the car, or when you’ll need to fix something around the house with a nut or bolt on it. Go with quality here – Crafstman or better.

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Edge-Prepping Industrial Equipment: Benefits and FAQ

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In any business, it’s important to maximize the longevity and efficiency of all necessary equipment. Office jobs must invest in long-lasting computers; hospitals need durable, functional medical equipment. In fields that require industrial equipment, however, it’s even more vital to invest in durable tools to prevent unnecessary expenses and wasted time.

Edge-prepping is one way to increase the industrial tools’ lifetime. Not only will this reduce the cost of repairing and replacing the equipment, but it also will prevent broken tools from disrupting business processes. After all, a loss of production means a loss of income.

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