Basic tools that every DIY'er needs.

Basic Tools That Every DIY’er Needs!

Do you want to start your DIY projects, but no clue where to begin? 

Below you will find the basic tools needed to get through most Do-it-yourself projects!

Drill Bit SetEvery DIY’er needs an array of different bits when tacking projects. Save time and money with this all-in-one kit. This 60-Piece Drilling and Driving Accessory Kit from RYOBI provides the perfect durable and reliable bits for any DIY job.

Cordless Drill
I couldn’t survive most projects without this essential tool. It’s best to use a family of cordless tools that use the same type of battery. This makes is super easy to interchange your tools. I love the RYOBI line of tools!
Tape MeasureThis is a key tool for all your measuring needs. Measure anything from the wall area for a paint project to the lumber lengths and thicknesses.
Speed Square A speed square is handy to have on hand to make basic measurements and mark lines on lumber.
ClampsClamps come in all different sizes, and their main use is to fasten wood pieces in place until glue dries or to secure wood while sawing. 
DrillBest for making holes or driving screws using drill or driver bits. Similar to the cordless drill except usually more powerful.
Brad NailerA brad nailer is a nailer that is intended for fine or finish wood applications, like trim, moldings, cabinetry, and an assortment of home DIY projects and tasks. Brad nailers are intended to fire brads, which are fundamentally a small nail that is ideal for fastening lightweight wood trim.
Kreg JigThe Kreg Jig uses a template to drill angled pocket holes in a piece of wood. A pocket screw, designed for use with pocket holes fastens the two pieces of wood together to form an extremely strong joint.
JigsawJigsaws are ideal for cutting curves and complex shapes in wood.
Circular SawA circular saw is great for cutting many different things such as masonry, wood, metal, or plastic and may be hand-held or mounted to a table.
Mitre SawThis is a special tool that lets you make cuts at many different of angles. The saw has a blade mounted on an arm that rotates left or right for making angled cuts. 

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