At Toolstop we're always prepared to do the leg work (or spade work, depending on your trade/industry) so you don't have to.
With New Year almost upon us it's that time where we all make resolutions. In my case I never seem to keep them, usually resolving to be fitter or to lose weight but the extra few pounds always seem to be on me at the end of every year.
Newman and Redford. Gervais and Merchant. Lemmon and Matthau. BHP451Z and BTD140Z.
Bosch made Toolstop Power Tool Oscars history by becoming the first company to win the award, a victory Tony Higgins described as the moment of a lifetime.
This is a guest post by Erin Couch, the sales and marketing manager for the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA), an organization that supports and helps independent hardware store retailers become better and more profitable merchants. When she is not painting chalkboard walls, she enjoys hiking with her dog, scouring antique stores for one-of-a-kind pieces and learning the ropes of becoming a DIYer. When I was little, my grandparents had this fantastic chalkboard in the hallway of their farmhouse. As a very creative, and sometimes ornery six-year old left in the deep country of Northern Indiana, the chalkboard was a perfect outlet for me to stay out of my Grandmothers hair and away from trouble.
We've enjoyed playing around with the new Metabo power tools that have made their way into our clutches recently. Thus far what we've seen have been about grunt, power and brute strength, married to technological finesse and ingenuity.