Several months ago we were asked to test a prototype of Skil’s new flooring saw. I had an installation of 1100 square feet of flooring waiting that I needed to get done before spring 2010, so we agreed to use the new saw and run it through its paces. When the saw arrived, Matt Weber and I both picked up the saw and wondered if maybe the saw had been shipped in two different packages. It was that light. We opened the package and everything was there, but the saw itself was smaller than we expected and Skil used an aluminum base to save weight.
Amana Tool announces its line of solid surface router bits, featuring undermount bowl router bits for trimming and finishing counter-top edges in undermount sink bowl applications. The two-flute, carbide-tipped bits contain an Ultra-Glide™ high-performance ball bearing guide assembly, which enables fabricators, remodelers, cabinet makers and construction workers to craft decorative and finished counter-top edges in […]
Milwaukee Tool’s M12 Radio is our featured tool. The M12 uses the same popular M12 battery that powers its cordless 12 volt series tools and offers the standard AM/FM bands along with a sealed compartment that fits most popular MP3 players. For more information on the M12 radio check out Milwaukee Tools web site.
March 2010 Extreme How-To
Nearly 70 Percent of Homeowners Upgrade Fireplaces for Energy Efficiency Â Arlington, VA â€“ November 14, 2008: With energy costs on the forefront of everyone’s mind, it’s clear why 69 percent of Americans that install a new technology fireplace, stove or insert do so to be more energy efficient. This is according to the 2008 […]