Amazing Tools

Tools professionals and amateurs use for home and garden improvements

Reasons why you should pay a roofer for repairs and avoid DIY

When it comes to installing or repairing your roof, the DIY method may sound very cost-effective, however, what most people do not realise is that there are plenty of drawbacks in carrying out the task yourself. Here are just a few of the reasons why you must consider hiring a professional roofer. Skills and Experience A professional roofer is trained and experienced enough to... Read More

Laser levels; Are they worth investing in?

As technology continuously improving and that includes the world of construction too. There are many new power tools and gadgets that make construction and labour that little bit easier with the help of technology. Laser levels are becoming a popular investment for large construction firms, and that because they are extremely easy to use and provide great accuracy to the... Read More

What type of drill should you buy?

Buying a drill can be a daunting task, with so many to choose from. We have broken the types of drills to make it a little bit easier for you: Masonry drill- A masonry drills, also known as a hammer drills are mainly used for harder surfaces such as concrete or brick. With a rotating and hammering motion, they are power through the toughest of materials. Pistol grip- This is... Read More

How to Make Your Bathroom or Kitchen Stand Out

How to make your bathroom or kitchen stand out Stainless steel tile trim can be a great way to add decoration and strength to tile in your bathroom or kitchen. You can purchase them for as little as £7.35. To install the trim you will need a small number of tools and materials. This can take time to accomplish, however, the end result can change a space for the... Read More

Using and Removing Painter’s Tape

Painter’s tape is a useful piece of kit. It can be used for many different jobs, however, it’s especially useful for masking a surface to paint. Here’s how to use it for just that. Tear off a strip of tape around two feet long, then carefully place one end of the tape at the corner of the area you want to paint. Firmly seal it against the wall or other... Read More