The key to these minor successes in home maintenance? My father taught me early on that if you're going to do something you need the right tools. And the tools of choice, according to him, are Craftsman. Sturdy, well made, good value, lifetime warranty. Works for me.
Almost all of the tools in my trusty tool box are Craftsman and my lawn mower is a Craftsman, too. But my favorite tool? That's the one that doesn't match the others. It's my Yankee Handyman push drill.
Simple mechanics, no electricity needed. Just pop in the drill bit, line up the point and push that sucker into whatever you're trying to drill. The perfect tool for the home craftswoman.
As for the project folder from the home improvement company? There's a simple explanation... I may be somewhat foolish, but I'm smart enough to know when something's over my head. I don't mess with roofing.
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