Toledo, OH – Tool Inspector reviews different power tools on their website. Some of the reviewed tools include circular saws, benchtop planners, drill presses, electric chainsaws, jigsaws, angle grinders, router tables, and reciprocating saws. The company highlights all the parts of each tool and links clients to the most recent price. They review not only the power tools but also answer questions that clients may have in mind concerning a particular tool. These may be related to power, weight, speed, guarantees and warranties, reliability, and safety. This process is very important as it helps the potential client determine whether they have the right tool or not. They highlight what they liked and disliked in every tool with a concrete reason. They also offer their final thoughts on the suitability of each tool.
John, the power tools researcher, is a qualified electrician with 20+ years of experience. He has worked as a joiner’s mate, a plumber’s assistant, a semi-skilled pipefitter mate, a building site laborer, and a semi-skilled welder’s mate. He also spent 3 years operating a 100-tonne mobile crane handling every power tool one can think of. John had this to say about his experience with powered tools, “I have used pretty much every power tool you can think of. I know how to use the tools correctly and distinguish between a quality power tool and a poor one. In the process, I have also gained knowledge on which brands are high quality, power tools features that make work easier and those that have reliability issues.”
Tool Inspector has two key sections that help clients while navigating their website. One of them is the power research section which highlights the most searched power tool brands in every state. The power tools market in the United States was estimated to be worth $7.8 billion in 2020. Some of the most searched tools from the research findings include lawn and garden equipment, farm machinery, power tools, rotary tools, automotive tools, and home accessories. The other section includes well-researched guides resulting from in-depth research on each tool combined with hands-on experience with the tools. Whenever possible, they test the power tools before a review. They help clients pick the best power tool and those on a tight budget to find a tool that will still complete the work it was purchased for and not get spoilt midway due to quality issues.
The company is run by Kelly and his partner John. Kelly runs the company’s technical side, which he began out of his passion for DIY projects and home decor. Most of the time, he can be found at home doing DIY projects such as replacing a fence or building a shed. John, on the other hand, performs in-depth research on each tool, coming up with details on how they can be used on DIY projects.
Call the company with any questions on different power tools at 419-650-5628 or visit their website for more information on their services. Tool Inspector is located at 1230 Division St, Toledo, OH, 43604, US.
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