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Tools are integral aspects of building or renovating a house. Without tools, you can't do most home improvement projects. Fortunately, Hometalk has your questions about tools covered. There are tons of experts who work with tools, from pros to experienced DIYers. Need information about tools for a project? Ask a question to the community, and a Hometalk member who is familiar with tools will surely help. There's nothing like celebrating a successful project by posting it on Hometalk, and it helps others when you mention which tools you used.
Looks like the majority of the nails holding my duct work to the joists are popping out causing a slight sag in the duct work. should I simply hammer the nails back into place or replace them with screws? Looking down the line, it appears most are at least a quarter inch out of the joists.
I am covering a dining chair seat and my old manual staple gun is very hard to use and the staples only go part the way in. What kind of staple gun do all you DIYers suggest....electric
or manual and what brand and also what size staples please? The seat board is not very thick. I have looked online but most of the electric staple guns have gotten bad reviews. Thanks for your help as always!
Am looking through the weekend ads for an Electric Power Washer (my first one). A lot to choose from! ? What PSI should I concentrate on? I'll be using it to wash down the pool screens and deck. As always, many thanks.