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The 10 Best Tools That’ll Help You With All DIY Projects

Tools have been important for human beings for longer than you might think. A set of stone tools have been discovered in Ethiopia that date back to 2.6 million years ago. Among them were tools with sharp edges for cutting.

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The 10 Best Tools That’ll Help You With All DIY Projects

Even today, tools are essential. With these 10 tools, you’ll be ready for just about any project. Read on to discover the best tools to own that work for all kinds of situations here.

The Best Tools to Own

Having the right tools for the job makes getting it done simpler and quicker. It also means you do it more safely.

This list of tools will cover many basic tasks but they are no substitute for some careful planning and getting the right tools for the job you want to do.


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  1. Screwdriver

You need a small collection of screwdrivers reflecting the variety of screw sizes and shapes. An all-purpose tool is a ratchet handle with different interchangeable bits. This makes turning the screwdriver easier and means one toll will do the work of many.

  1. Pliers

If you ever work with electrical cables you will need pliers. You will find that you also use them for gripping and holding things, bending metal and sniping.

There are several types of pliers so as well as electrical pliers you might also have locking pliers to give you a firm hold on an object.

  1. Utility Knife

One of the most used tools in your toolbox will be the utility knife. A retractable blade makes it safer than a conventional knife. Replaceable blades mean you can always have a sharp knife to cut carpet, caulking, cardboard or whatever you need to cut.

  1. Hammer

Since early man first picked up a rock and used it to hit something with, the hammer has been part of any credible tool kit. A claw hammer performs two tasks. It can be used to hammer in nails and to pull them out too.

  1. Safety Glasses

Both hand and power tools are hazardous and can cause injuries. Protective eyewear is one way you can reduce the risk of injury. Wear them whenever there is a risk of flying material entering your eyes.

  1. Saw

A handsaw might seem an archaic tool in a world dominated by power tools but it’s still popular. For some carpentry jobs, you need power and versatility. For this, get the best jigsaw you can afford.

  1. Level

Whether you want to have level pathways, a bookshelf or a gently sloping shower floor a level is the tool for you. Levels come in all shapes and sizes from a tiny one that will fit in your pocket, to long builders’ levels for major construction jobs.

  1. Ladder

Any job that involves working at height can be a challenge. Climbing or reaching high above your head is inherently dangerous. A ladder brings you closer to the task.

  1. Tape Measure

A common mistake on any construction or woodworking project is to get measurements wrong. A reliable tape measure is essential for accurate cutting and fitting especially if you want to avoid having to redo your work.

  1. Power Drill

A power drill turns difficult tasks into easy ones. A cordless drill can be used as a powered screwdriver to drive screws in effortlessly. It can also be used to drill holes and a hammer drill will do this in really tough materials.

Your Tool Kit

Assembling a good basic tool kit might start with this list of the top ten best tools to own. As you do more tasks you may acquire more tools as you need them. Your tool kit will be unique to you.

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