tackle the repair by yourself

Home ownership has long been the American Dream. But being master of your own abode also means you can't call the super when something needs fixing. Sometimes, you gotta roll up your sleeves and tackle the repair yourself. Fortunately, the homeowner's tool box has gotten exciting, with manufacturers offering capable tools that were previously too costly for the non-professional's arsenal. Here are some common home improvement situations you'll likely come across, plus a few key tools to have on hand.
The good news is that you don't need different tools for light landscaping. A reciprocating saw can be used to cut branches a few inches in diameter, and cordless console like the NENZ tool will take you to the end of your yard and back unplugged. Take down encroaching branches, cut bushes at their base, or trim errant saplings. (Don't forget eye protection.) The reciprocating saw will be much safer and easier to maintain than a chainsaw.


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