Tile is hard. Tile is unforgiving. Tile bends for no man, but when it’s under too much pressure, it can snap like a postal worker. The rigid ceramic or stone material of tile makes it tough stuff to cut, and your standard saw blades simply won’t get the job done. […]
By Charlie Self A Handy Technique for Treating Tools, Blades and More
By Matt Weber A Look at New Innovations in those Toolbox Staples.
Ridgid Roofing Cutter Ridgid’s new pneumatic roofing tool cuts roofing materials effortlessly. Its 9,600-SPM (strokes per minute) operating speed provides superior cutting in cold weather and seamless cutting of rake edges. It’s a lightweight tool at only 1.2 lbs. and has a Hex Grip providing maximum user comfort and less fatigue. The tool-free adjustable exhaust allows you to direct […]
By Michael Morris Photography by Daniel Morris Off-the-shelf woodworking jigs help build this flat-screen TV cabinet.
By Matt Weber Over the course of many years and many flooring jobs, the EHT staff has developed a list of favorite flooring tools that make the job as painless as possible. This article highlights some recommended equipment for laying down new tile, laminate or hardwoods. Straight Edge. There’s nothing exciting about a basic straight […]
By Hal Jones Xtreme Access Sockets and Ratchets, Swiss Knife Utility Comes to Socket Sets
By Matt Weber How to Match the Air Supply to Your Air Tools
By Charlie Self Everyone Wants a Table Saw: Exploring Hybrid and Job Site Saws for the DIY Homeowner.
Tools & Materials for the Outdoor Retreat