Monthly Archives: September 2013

  • Faucet Repair With A Wrench & Other Tools

    Fixing a leaky faucet can sometimes be easily accomplished just by tightening its parts with a Wrench. If that still does not do the trick, you may need to replace the washers. This can be done using simple tools such as a 6” adjustable wrench by Pacoa, Grip 10” Linesman pliers, and a screwdriver.

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  • College Gameday Traditions [Infographic]

    It's that time of the year again, the end of summer and the beginning of college football! Check out our latest infographic below. We celebrate and maybe poke a little fun at some of the more exciting, coordinated, intimidating, theatric and straight bizarre college game day traditions found across the country!

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  • Using An Auto Safety Funnel For Oil Changes & Coolants

    Performing a variety of simple car maintenance tasks can save the home handyman both money and time. For example, in an hour or less you can change your own oil and oil filter typically for under $20, depending on oil grade and filter products you choose to purchase. You can also save money by buying oil in case lots at a reduced price. Performing periodic radiator flushes and adding coolant will also help defray the cost of intermittent maintenance necessary to keep your car running efficiently. What’s more, investing in the right kind of gear such as Equipsupply’s Auto Safety Funnel and the No-Spill CARB fuel cans that shut off automatically once full, will help you get the job done without mishap.

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  • Wrenches & Nut Driver Tools For Advance Car Maintenance

    There are a number of tasks the advanced DIYer can undertake to keep the vehicle running smoothly while saving money in the process. Most of these tasks require few tools and can be accomplished with a good set of Wrenches, including a 6”, 10” and 18”, and a solid nut driver set such as Pacoa’s 7-piece hollow shaft set. This basic equipment will help you finish jobs quickly and efficiently. Additional tools necessary for more advanced tasks can be found in the “Tools” section of our website.

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  • A Level, Screwdriver, & Wrench For Doorknocker Installation

    Doorknockers bring an ordinary front door to life. They serve both a functional purpose, as well as an artful one, creating beauty well beyond the door itself. Any intermediate and advanced handyman can install a beautiful door knocker in a day with some basic tools such as a level, screwdriver, wrench, drill, carpenter’s pencil and other items as indicated on your knocker package.

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