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Tools for Home Improvement
Author: Tony Robinson
Depends on what you are doing, but with any home improvement job you will need tools. The tools are one of the biggest objects in most homeowner’s way of getting started on home improvement tasks. Thus, to help you out, we are going to consider tools for improving homes. Anytime you are improving your home, safety should be above any other decision. Therefore, when considering home improvement you will need goggles, ear protectors and masks to start out. If you are repairing or remodeling walls and floors, you will need a few tools. If the walls are, in the basement, you will need stiff-bristled brushes, wire brush, and heavy-duty paintbrushes if you mission is to protect the walls. You will need materials including waterproof masonry sealers, household cleaners, large containers and a sponge.
To protect the paint you will need paint stirrer, stiff-bristled paintbrush, wire brush, drill that attaches to a wheel made of wire and for materials, you will need a few items including masonry primer. To prevent leaking and moisture you will need trowel or putty knife, wire brush, vacuum, chisel, caulk gun, and that about sums it up. If you plan to install new gutters or drains, you will need a hacksaw, drill and bits, caulk gun, and scrapers. If you are working outside the home repairing grades about the foundation you will need grading rake, line leveler, hand tamp, wheelbarrow, standard garden rake, and a hand temp. For interior repairs such as walls or ceilings you will need home improvement tools including, drills, screwdrivers, hammer, scrapers, paintbrushes, glue gun, pliers, awl, roller, utility knives, wallboard knives, tile pliers, stud finder, syringe, and a few other tools depending on the task. To repair plaster you will need a paintbrush and a wallboard knife. This task requires more materials than tool for repairing. If you intend to restore you walls made of panel you will need hammer, chisels, wallboard knife, caulk gun, putty knife, framing square, carpentry knife, pry bar, rubber mallet, and nails.
Replacing ceramic tiles require awl, tile cutter, nippers, utility knife, compass, grout float, hammer, and wood tile. If you have wallpaper on your walls and notice that the paper is slipping, or else tearing in certain areas, you will need a utility knife, edge roller, sponge, and a syringe adhesive applicator. Wallpaper is tricky, thus make sure it is worth your time to repair verses replacing the wall covering before starting the repair process. Amazingly, if you want to restore a ceiling, depending on the debt of the problem, but for the most part you will only need a drill, wallboard knife and hammer. To patch the ceiling you will need additional tools including chisels, framing square and utility knife. If you want to repaint your cabinets, you will need short-nap paint roller, screwdriver, paintbrushes, paint, pad sander, and putty knife. Repairing leaky roofs require GUTS, shingles, masonry nails, hammer, brackets, drill, bits, soft shoes, ladder, slide guards, and a few other tools and materials if you intend to replace an entire roof. Repairing floors before laying flooring requires caulk gun, drill, and chisel, straightedge, finishing trowel, carpenter’s square, saw and cat’s paw.
When considering flooring for home improvement always make sure the sub-flooring is repaired if damage is existing before laying new flooring. Putting up tile, laminate or vinyl flooring will only damage if you do not fix the area beneath the flooring. Now that you have an overall view of the tools needed for a few types of home improvement tasks, you can see that many of the tools needed are the same. Therefore, if you are doing extensive home improvement jobs on your home you may only need a few different tools to complete a job. Some tools for home improvement are rentable, thus you can return the tool when finished with the task. The tools rented, I recommend if possible to get the job done the same day. If you are excavating your backyard to improve with landscaping materials, thus sometimes rentals for longer than a day is unavoidable.
About the author: Tony Robinson is an experienced House Renovator, Webmaster and International Author.
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