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Must-Have Tools for Your Professional Tool Kit

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  • A complete tool kit is a necessity for any handy person. Whether you’re a homeowner who likes DIY projects or a professional repair person with several years of experience, it’s crucial that you always have the necessary tools to accomplish a task.

    However, what a person often needs for their work depends on what type of work they do and that job’s intensity.

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Screwdrivers, wrenches, and hammers

Notes:

  • Before you get into the specific requirements for your job, you must develop a strong base of items to fall back on. These are the must-have tools for any professional tool kit and why you’ll need them wherever you go.
  • Used for all your basic carpentry needs, these tools make up the heart of any toolbox. Since they’re smaller than standard power tools, they can be carried around with ease.
  • FIND: screwdriver set
    FIND: wrench set
    FIND: hammer set
  • Best of all, they each come in several sizes, shapes, and types to ensure you always have the proper tool for the job. Depending on your toolbox’s size, you could also consider purchasing models with changeable heads to save space.
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Pliers and wire cutters

Notes:

  • If you’ll be removing old screws or nails, reliable pliers are essential. It’s recommended that you have at least two types, needle-nose pliers and groove-joint pliers, to acquire the proper leverage while using them.
  • It’s also important to have a pair of wire cutters to make electrical work more efficient.
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Levels

Notes:

  • An accurate level is also a tool kit requirement if you’ll be positioning materials. This item is essential for preserving the appearance of hanged décor as well as drilling straight lines and checking tabletop alignment.
  • As such, levels are key for any job dealing with aesthetics.
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Power tools

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Utility blades

Notes:

  • You never know when you’ll need to open a box or cut up materials, and it’s for this reason that utility blades are always good to have.
  • You don’t even need to get a fancy model in order to get the most use out of them. A simple retracting blade will work well for any job with occasional cutting requirements.
  • But, if you want something more comfortable, you can also purchase models with non-slip handles and replacement blades for when they break.
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Nails and screws

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