Here are some power tools required for house maintenance:-
1. Drill using a cordless drill:-
This is without a doubt the power tools I use the most in my life – both professionally and at home. A cordless drill is useful for everything from installing shelves or hanging a baby gate to creating a full deck. Because the greatest cordless drills are powered by lithium-ion batteries, even little drills pack a powerful punch.
If you don’t already have power tools, this should be your first buy. If you’re thinking about giving one as a gift, make sure to include a set of pilot hole drill bits as well as a variety of driving bits. Screws have progressed far beyond the Phillips-head variety, and you’ll want a collection that includes a range of star-shaped drivers.
2. Chopping saw
The chop saw is a close second in terms of the most-used tools in my garage. These are also referred to as compound miter saws. Chop saws employ a big blade to quickly and accurately slice dimensional lumber such as 2-by-4s. They can also cut PVC pipe, composite decking, and even large timbers like 4-by-8-inch beams. They’re a critical must for making precise angled cuts for basic DIY tasks like trimming and picture frames.
3. Cutting saw
In terms of the most often used tools in my garage, the chop saw is a close second. These are also known as compound miter saws. Chop saws use a large blade to quickly and accurately cut dimensional lumber like 2-by-4s. They are also capable of cutting PVC pipe, composite decking, and huge timbers such as 4-by-8-inch beams. They’re a must-have for making precise angled cuts for basic DIY projects like trimming and constructing picture frames.
4. Orbital sander:-
There is rarely a home repair project that does not necessitate the use of an electric sander.
This is one of those tools that everyone, from the general contractor to the do-it-yourselfer, should have. Sanding anything huge is excruciatingly slow, exhausting, and messy. An electric sander may complete the task in a fraction of the time while producing superior results.
Because most electric sanders use random orbital sanding, they sand without leaving a visible scratch pattern on the wood. They also operate quickly to smooth out the edges of finished patterns.