A guide to drill bit types

Jan 15

A guide to drill bit types

If you need to hire construction equipment, then you will likely be using drill bits as part of your project. There are different drill bit types that you should use depending on whether you are drilling into wood, masonry or cement. Here’s a brief overview of what you need to know about drill bits: Brad Point drill bits Also known as dowel drill bits, these are...

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5 Projects That Will Add Resale Value to Your Home

Dec 25

5 Projects That Will Add Resale Value to Your Home

It’s holiday time! And what better excuse do you need to get stuck into some much-needed home improvement! Whether it’s something you’ve been wanting to do for ages, but simply haven’t had the time, or whether you’ve finally decided to put your home on the market, there are number of projects you can easily tackle on your leave that will not only give your...

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Why Handyman Services Prefer to Rent – Rather Than Buy – Their Equipment

Dec 18

Why Handyman Services Prefer to Rent – Rather Than Buy – Their Equipment

While the latest drill to hit the stores may have caught your eye, it doesn’t make sense to pay a whole lot of money for a piece of equipment you will, at most, only use a few times a year. Unless you regularly use a particular tool, it is worth considering the benefits of being able to rent tools before you commit yourself to buying something you will regret. The...

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How to Erect a Garden Fence

Dec 04

How to Erect a Garden Fence

It is easy enough to erect a garden fence on your own – and benefits of a fence can be immeasurable! From giving you the privacy you want and desire, to helping to keep your kids and pets off the street, they can make a huge difference to your home and garden. All you need is a bit of time, patience and a few basic DIY skills and tools, and you’ll be A for away....

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Hiring A Skip? Here’s What You Can Put in It

Sep 12

The amount of rubble and waste produced during construction and home improvements are mind-boggling. A skip is a perfect way to manage that – it hides the eyesore while you are working and avoids moving the rubble twice. Be responsible about what you throw into a skip, though, as it is not a case of everything and anything goes. What Not to Put in Your...

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