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 the most common household corded drill, as it has many attachments making it versatile and easy to use. This is a great option if you only need a drill for basic household tasks.
Cordless drills- These tend to be popular with professionals, however they are becoming more popular in regular households too. They are charged using a battery pack, which powers the drill for a good amount of time. If you are needing the drill for long periods of time, you may need to look at multiple charging devices.