E.B. Tool Company Helps the Family Handy Man Complete Projects Without a Woodworking Shop
Gays Mills, WI, July 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A woodshop is required to complete projects, woodworkers and hobbyists have found they can create fun and functional projects without a traditional shop.
E.B. Tool Company, an innovative tools and supply manufacturer based in the Midwest, suggests those living in limited spaces, especially apartments, look beyond what they do not have and focus on areas that may not be considered conventional woodworking stations.
Beyond looking for unused or lightly used areas like a storage corner or small balcony, E.B. Tool Company believes it is essential to recognize space limitations and to be selective when choosing what equipment will be awarded a place.
A key step in setting up a non-traditional woodworking shop is to select items that are portable and offer multiple functions. That means choosing compact equipment like collapsible work surfaces, bench-top power tools, and a few basic hand tools.
To assist with this, E.B. Tool Company offers the innovative KwickGripper nail removal tool. This revolutionary helper belongs in any DIY tool box due to its power and versatility. Not only is the KwickGripper a nail puller, this multipurpose tool box essential is also a screw extractor and staple remover. Easily handling damaged or intact fasteners, the KwickGripper makes fast work of removing stripped screws, headless nails, and broken staples.
Based in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, the E.B. Tool Company offers the tools carpenters need, including the Kwick Gripper. Invented by the father-son team of Eric and Ben Eby, the Kwick Gripper was created to make nail removal jobs easier even in difficult projects.
E.B. Tool Company
617 Ten Hills Street
Gays Mills, WI 54631