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How To Choose a Table Saw

You Need a Table Saw? Let Us Help You! With so many choices in table saws, buying one can be a daunting task. Let’s admit it: from rip capacity to prices and blade size to proper use, knowing how to choose the best table saw can be down right confusing. Trust us, we’ve all been…

How To Select the Right Pump For Your Task-At-Hand

Types Of Pumps The power source for pumps vary, but they all perform the same function; that is, to move liquid from one place to another. There are solar powered pumps available, and many use electrical motors. Hand operated pumps are useful in many situations as well. If you do not get water from municipal…

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How to Safely Clean Gutters

Fall is a beautiful and colorful time of the year. Unfortunately, those beautiful colors inevitably clog up our gutters in the spring. We know that no one wants to do it, but eventually, you have to. Clearing debris from your gutters prevents water buildup and possible damage to your roof and gutters. Below, you can…

The Ultimate Tile Saw Buying Guide

There are several questions you will need to ask yourself about your tile saw needs. Let’s talk about tile saws for a minute. As a contractor, you’re probably always searching the market for the best equipment. So, when you buy a tile saw, you want to ensure that the tool will make your job easier…

Etch Glass with a Dremel

Did you know that your Dremel rotary tool can etch glass? Pretty cool, huh! If you’re in need of a personalized gift or just want to give your glassware a unique flare but not sure how, then you have come to the right place! Here are all the steps you’ll need to customize glassware. Dremel…

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How to Size Your Occidental Leather Tool Belt

How To Choose A Tool Belt Size If you are considering buying your first Occidental Leather Tool Belt System or replacing an old friend that has been with you for years you may need to resize the tool belt. Here is how it can easily be done. Place your existing tool belt in a straight…

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