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If you are a serious home user or contractor, go with a good brand name such as Milwaukee, Dewalt, Bosch, Porter Cable or Makita. These manufactures pride themselves on making the best tool. They are constantly putting money into their research and development process to make these tools even better. These professional power tools cost more, but they are made with better technology and materials. They also have a better design that causes less fatigue on the user. Not to mention that these tools are made to last a life time.
I have loved building sheds and homes and doing a variety of home improvements as well as many woodworking projects using both hand and performance power tools for years. I enjoy exploring how plans vary and adapt them for my needs. I like using my imagination as to how and what I can do to improve them. Imagine filling your own shed as a get-away for a workshop or dedicated hobby area with amazing power tools; that's what I am going to do next. Have fun with your imagination too!
Remember that it does pay to get the extra quality if you can afford it right from the start. Your tools will perform better and will last much longer too. It is well worth it in the end and you will be happier with the way the performance power tools handle and give you the results that you desire.
With the market being saturated with numerous brands of power tools, it can be a challenging choice to choose the right ones. Here are some standard areas of comparison that you need to keep in mind. They will also help you get the best deals on the tools you do decide to purchase.
Almost any tool is available now as a cordless or battery operated model; with the improvements in batteries that have been made over the past decade, there is really no need now to use tools with cords that just get in the way and can be dangerous hazards. NiCads and lithiums are the most popular with lithium taking the lead and being the primary battery being manufactured fo most tools now. The main complaint with lithiums is that when they run out of power the just stop with no warning. Some of the manufacturers like DeWalt have started to address this issue by adding battery fuel gauge indicators to give the operator an idea of how the battery is powering down; not all batteries have this feature yet. Some of the companies have made huge strides in how the batteries charge. For example, Makita has a built-in shock absorbing feature and a built-in memory chip in the battery to communicate with the Optimum Charger to allow for a more efficient charge during the charging process to optimize the battery's life by actively controlling the current, voltage, and temperature; the charger has a built-in fan to cool the battery to increase the battery's life. One point to note when using these newer lithium batteries is if they become extremely hot, allow them to cool back down, and watch out that they do not get so hot that they explode.