| (NC)—Your father likely still cherishes his tools from decades ago—his reliable hammer and sturdy screwdriver, even the first power drill he purchased. After all, look what he's been able to accomplish with them. Everything from the backyard deck to the occasional faucet fix. Now new technology in the tool industry is offering dad even more power to assist in his home projects. The Home Depot explains this new technology and the options that could help update your father's tool box this year:|
Go Bare: Make it more convenient for dad to have all the tools he needs by introducing him to bare tools. From saws to drills, investing in bare tools means you can rely on the same battery to power multiple tools. The technology allows do-it-yourself-ers to build their own combo kits and makes it affordable to own every tool they need.
Try Brushless: The introduction of brushless motors have revamped the cordless tool industry. The more compact and lightweight tools require less maintenance and generate less heat build-up, which means they last longer. Dad will also notice the difference in power. Tasks previously thought too tough for cordless tools are no longer off limits!
Looking for new brushless or bare tools? Try the Milwaukee or Makita lines for optimum performance. For more top tool info and inspiring gift ideas this Father's Day visit: www.homedepot.ca