5 Power Tools to Have to Become a Better Handyman

Man using Nail Gun
To become a better handyman, you need to invest in power tools.

Here are some of the pieces you need, which are perfect for do-it-yourself projects at home:

  1. Sandblasters

A sandblasting equipment allows you to remove rust from metal that no sandpaper can ever get. In fact, experts at Syntech say this is great for any type of restoration project. It is also the perfect tool to remove paint from cars, patio furniture and grills, as well as to prepare the base of any restoration work.

  1. Small Angle Grinder

As the name suggests, this type of power tool is used for grinding away rust and paint from nearly any surface. But this tool can also be used to cut and polish ceramic tiles and sharpen other tools like your knife blade.

  1. Cordless Drills

A cordless drill does not only make the job faster and easier, but it also tells people that you mean business and you take DIY home repairs seriously. These are great for projects big or small, and are highly transportable.

  1. Nail Gun

Speed and accuracy are two of the main reasons to purchase a nail gun.  It simply gets the job done faster, with lower risks of accidents because you are not putting your fingers anywhere near the nails.

  1. Reciprocating Saw

If you do a lot of demolition work, a reciprocating saw is your best friend. It is also great for taking down trees and cutting woodwork and metal. It comes with a range of blade options for every type of cutting.

Power Up Your Tool Kit

Having the right tools allows for more precise work, so you can do more. In addition, power tools are safer than manual work and traditional equipment. This year, therefore, add more power tools to your arsenal.