by Blog Hub

DIY home renovation projects are on the steady rise, and so is the demand for DIY home renovation tools. If you have just recently joined the DIY home projects club, you might be wondering about what power tools you will need to get the projects done.

If you are going big with the renovation projects, you might need one of the best welding machines; however, you will need the following home renovation tools as a mandatory part of your arsenal if you aren’t going over the top. We will also tell you why – keep on reading!


Traditionally, loads of people think about the grinder as an essential power tool that they simply need to have. But the truth is that this power tool comes in handy because of its versatility. Typically, a grinder doesn’t cost much, and it is ergonomic, which makes it easy to maneuver and handle.

The grinder comes with a set of different wheels; for instance, the disc flap is ideally used to grind down the edges of the baseboards or the crown molding. On the other hand, a cut-off wheel can cut through stone or metal. The undercutting wheel is for glass and depending on your DIY home renovation project(s), you can get wheels for cutting ceramic and porcelain as well.

With loads of different wheel options, it doesn’t matter what you are dealing with; a grinder will always come in handy and give you the ability to perform custom cutting in all kinds of DIY home renovation scenarios.

Drill Driver

We recommend getting the impact drill driver; it is quick release and might also have a magnetic tip, where you can put in another drive and make it a socket wrench. Again, if the need arises, you can change it again to perform automotive work.

Usually, all bits of the impact drill driver comes with a little dimple that enables them to fit perfectly into the drive. It also includes an auger bit that allows you to drill deep and fast. The bottom line is that an impact drill driver is an incredibly versatile tool. It is cordless, which means that you aren’t facing any delimiting movements.

You can hang it from your tool belt and take it everywhere you go.


Ideally, your Skilsaw saw blade should be a seven-quarter inch blade, which is also the standard for the circular Skilsaw. Opt for the 20-volt batteries. You can also use it as a portable table saw. You can perfectly cut on 45-degree angles, and you can set the depth of the blade (according to your need) and even cut from level zero.

If you happen to cut thin material, you will need to drop the lever down to only cut the material. The underlying idea is that the less friction you cause to your blade, the better and longer the life of your blade, which is why you need to pay special attention to the width of the material you intend to cut and expose the blade of the Skilsaw accordingly.