Now more than ever, DIY projects are everywhere you look. It seems like everyone is trying to be productive with the little extra free time on their hands, and hardware stores still have lines out the door. If you are just getting into the DIY world and are realizing some of the basic hand tools just aren’t cutting it anymore, it may be time to invest in some smaller power tools that work best for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. 

 

nona home guide diy1. 10” Sliding Miter Saw

With this tool, you can cut baseboards, frame out a door, and even more. Getting the saw with the slide allows you to cut more significant pieces.

 

 

 

diy nona home guide2. Nail Gun

While a hammer and nail approach can work for most DIY projects, you will save yourself time and energy when you invest in a nail gun and air compressor. If you are into reupholstering, you may also want to consider a staple gun.

 

 

nona home guide diy3. Rotary Sander

If you plan to strip any word surface, invest in a rotary sander. There are plenty of models available under $50 that will save you more time than you could have imagined. 

NONA HOME GUIDE DIY4. Jigsaw

If you love making or updating wood furniture, a jigsaw may be a great addition to your tool bag.The jigsaw allows for cutting various shapes and detailed cutting.

 

 

 

NONAHOMEGUIDE DIY5. Cordless Drill

The cordless drill should be one of your very first DIY tool purchases. You can use the drill for just about everything, from hanging shelves to drilling holes. 

 

 

 

NONA HOME GUIDE DIY6. Circular Saw

If you need a fast and efficient way to make straight and bevel cuts, you will want to add the circular saw to your list of tools. They can be used by hand or mounted.

 

 

 

Is DIY not for you? We can also point you in the right direction for contractors that can do the job. 

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