8 Tools For Your DIY Project

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Are you starting some DIY home projects in your new place? Not sure where to start? Make sure you have these tools handy and any project you take on will be a piece of cake.

Tool Belt

If you plan on doing any DIY project, you’ll probably need a multitude of tools to get the job done. Make sure you get a good tool belt so you can take the pieces you need with you. Belts made of occidental leather are reliable, sturdy and will last you a long time.

Screwdrivers and Screws

A lot of projects require screwdrivers to get the job done. From hanging pictures on the wall to building furniture, screws are your best bet for sturdy projects. You’ll want to get flathead and Philips screwdrivers of a few different sizes for different projects where you might need different screws.

Drill

You may want to invest in a good drill with various sized drill bits. Where screws are involved, this will help you complete those projects without cracking the wood or other materials.

Measuring Tape

Get a measuring tape so that your projects will be even. This will help if you have to line anything up on the walls, or cut wood at certain lengths. You definitely do not want to be guessing when you are fixing up your home.

Hammer and Nails

For projects where screws are not involved, you’ll want a hammer and nails. Build-your-own furniture from stores often requires nails to put together, so having these objects handy will make any project go smoothly.

Adjustable Wrench

Having a wrench will help with projects where nuts and bolts are involved. You can use these tools for plumbing repairs, bicycle repairs and even furniture repairs. This tool can save you money instead of having to hire a plumber.

Pliers

Pliers are useful especially for removing nails, loosening bolts or pinching wires together to splice them. A good pair of pliers is essential for your DIY projects and will make projects involving electricity a little easier.

Utility Knife

A utility knife is useful for a variety of reasons. You can cut cardboard boxes, or use it to trip wallpaper. It is safe for trimming wood, sharpening pencils or engraving notches in a piece of wood. If your DIY project involves carpeting or flooring of any kind, having a utility knife will help you complete the project with ease.

 

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My name is Lisa and my husband Carl, and I are the owners of the Night Helper Blog. We have been married for over 30 years and we have three awesome children, plus four adorable very active grandkids. From time to time they too are contributors to the Night Helper Blog. We enjoy reading, listening to music, entertaining, travel, movies and of course blogging. The Night Helper blog was created in 2008. Since then we have been blessed to partner with many well-known Brands like Best Buy, Fisher Price, Toys "R" US., Hasbro, Disney, Teleflora, ClearCorrect, Radio Shack, VTech, KIA Motor, MAZDA and many other great brands.

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