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Impact Drill vs Hammer Drill: Which Do You Need? When it comes to drills, you need the tool that will get the job done right, the first time. Deciding between an impact drill and hammer drill can help. When your next home improvement task requires the use of a high-performance drill, you may need to […]Continue reading
A drill is an essential piece of tool that can make house repairs, improvements and overall maintenance easier. In the world of power tools, a simple drill may offer many features that are lacking in the average drill. Examples of such would be the brushed and brushless drills. Between the two, many contractors, handymen, and DIY […]Continue reading
One of the most common questions people have when it comes to drilling is whether it’s possible to drill into concrete without a hammer drill. The truth is that yes, it can be done, but you must keep in mind that it’s not going to be an easy task. When you need to drill into concrete, it’s […]Continue reading
Learning to drill a hole into a concrete wall is a handy skill to have. This will allow you to mount shelves, install lighting, hang paintings and so much more, safely and quickly. Quick Navigation Getting Set UpUsing Your Drill The process is fairly simple but choosing the proper tools and understanding how to use them […]Continue reading
Chances are, you’ve noticed all of the talk about “brushless motors” when it comes to hammer drills, cordless drills, etc. These days, this seems to be the biggest thing to hit the power tool scene since cordless power tools. Quick Navigation Brushed/Brushless Motors: What is the Difference?Advantages of Brushless vs. Brushed MotorsThey last longerThey have “smart” […]Continue reading
At one time, driving screws was a bit difficult—but approximately 30 years ago with the invention of battery powered, cordless drills/drivers, this all changed. These days, the ever-popular drill/driver seems to be the “go-to” for everyone when faced with driving a screw or drilling a hole. Quick Navigation Back off Your Clutch Drill a Clearance HoleDrill a […]Continue reading