I’m not a giant fan of basic toolboxes. Sure, you can put some stuff in the top tray and mostly get to it. But once you lift it up to expose the bottom. Well, that’s usually a pile in a box. What I have found successful for better organizing many of the smaller items of my contracting business and personal DIY are tool bags.
Mark & Theresa Clement
Mark & Theresa Clement are real life contractors. Together they host the MyFixitUpLife home improvement and lifestyle podcast. Theresa is a designer and color expert. Mark is a carpenter and tool-nut. They create and build projects from household repairs and crafts to playgrounds, decks man caves and more.
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PotpourriJun 30, 2015
While masked behind boots and tools and trucks full of lumber, contactors you want in your home are professionals. The real kind. Sadly, However, many homeowners don’t view contractors as such and as a result, spend too much time on very minor details.Jun 2, 2015
Spring has sprung so we came up with some project inspirations that’ll help tune the house up whether you’re getting ready for the season or the big sale.Apr 21, 2015
Your house is not a star system of rooms vying for the most glory. It’s a whole team working together toward a common goal; a quick sale at a good price.Apr 14, 2015
When you dive into your DIY project, whether you’re acting as your own general contractor on a bathroom remodel or you’re jumping in feet first to a deck or demo job, there are just a few things you need to know.Mar 31, 2015
Some guys call ‘em bags. Others, an apron. Then there’s tool pouch or tool belt. Whatever you call it, its purpose is to keep all the stuff you need for completing most projects where it is needed: near you, when you need it.Mar 24, 2015