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  • 15 Must Have Tools In Your House

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    Handyman Tools

    Everyone likes to be prepared, and if their is a maintenance emergency in your home, you need the right tools to get you through your jam. Now, you may think, ‘I don’t need these tools…when will I ever use them?’ This is a fair point to make, but I always feel more secure knowing I have the right tools to get the job done. Now if the problem is bigger than you can handle, you can always give your Cleveland Contractors a call to solve whatever is wrong with your house. After all, our motto is What’s Driving You Crazy About Your House?

    The end of my 2012 was flooded. Well, my laundry room was because my 10-year-old washing machine broke, again. I posted my ordeal on my personal Facebook page, asking my community for advice: “Should I repair or buy?”

    15 must-have tools for a DIY repair toolkit:

    1. Tongue and Grove Pliers, a 10-12 inch pair (Channel Lock)

    2. Curved Claw Hammer

    3. Hack Saw

    4. Hand Saw

    5. Screwdrivers: Phillips Head and Flat Head (2-3 each)

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