Hexagonal wrenches used in conjunction with screws or bolts with recessed hexagonal heads.
A wrench with an adjustable head to accommodate divers sizes of nuts and bolts.
ACID FLUX BRUSH
Used to apply flux to copper fittings.
ABRASIVE STONE FILE
A file used to complete custom cuts on ceramic tile.
A versatile tool for cleaning and deburring copper pipe before soldering.
BRUSH AND TOOL EXTENDER
An extension pole with a clamp used to hold paint brushes or other tools to get to hard-to-reach places. Clamp is adjustable.
BRUSH AND ROLLER SPINNER
Used to spin excess water out of brushes or roller covers after cleaning.
A small hand plane used to shave, smooth, and shape wood.
An adjustable measuring tool used to copy and mark angles for cutting.
A heavy duty sander used to remove grain and thickness on wood.
BASIN WRENCH (PLASTIC FITTING)
A plumbing tool used to remove plastic fittings on plumbing fixtures.
A specially designed wrench for eliminating or installing mounting and coupling nuts on faucets.
BAR CLAMP (HAND SCREW)
An adjustable clamp used to secure materials and fasten them in place. Comes in several lengths.
BALL PIEN HAMMER
A hammer with a flat face for driving and pounding on one end and a rounded surface on the other, used for shaping metal.
Fine-toothed handsaw that cuts on the back stroke. Used for precise cuts on molding and trim.
A combination drill bit used to set screws flush to or below the surface of the wood.
CORDLESS REVERSIBLE SCREWDRIVER
Light-weight, battery-operated screwdriver. Useful for small assembly projects.
COPPER TUBE DEBURRER
Removes burrs and debris from the exterior of copper pipe in preparation for soldering.
COPPER FITTING BRUSH
Deburrs and cleans debris from the interior surface of copper pipe and fittings.
A fine-toothed, thin-bladed sawblade mounted in a C-shaped frame used to cut precise outlines in wood.
An instrument that tells whether a device is capable of carrying electricity.
An adjustable tool used to transfer contours from one surface to another with a pin on one leg and pencil clamp on the other.
A wrench with an open and boxed end. The boxed end provides more control and less slippage.
A layout tool with a sliding handle used for marking lines at both 90 and 45 degrees.
Made of plastic or rubber, used to apply decorative finishes to surfaces.
A steel chisel with a tempered edge used for cutting steel and for removing ceramic tile. Available with rubber safety handles.
An auger designed specifically to remove clogs in toilets without damaging the toilet.
A hammer that comes in various weights with a face for driving nails and curved tines on the other for prying and nail removal.
A hand power tool primarily used for crosscutting and ripping wood materials to length and width.
Used to determine level on horizontal surfaces.
CIRCUIT TESTER (NEON)
Used to test for the presence of electricity in a circuit.
A chalk-filled container used to mark long straight lines for cutting or alignment.
Also used as plumb bob.
A tool used to hold tubes of caulking or adhesives for applications such as sealing seams and bonding materials.
CAT’S PAW (PRY BAR)
A steel bar used to remove nails or to pry pieces apart.
A large flat pencil with a wide lead used for marking.
A straightedge with leveling bubbles available in several lengths. Used to determine horizontal and vertical planes.
CARBIDE GRIT ROD SAW
A hand tool used for cutting ceramic tile.
CARBIDE DRILL BIT (ADJUSTABLE)
An adjustable carbide drill bit used for cutting precise access holes in ceramic tiles.
Used to mark holes for attaching cabinet hardware.
A screw-operated clamping device that comes in various sizes.
DUST MASK (SANDING)
A mask used to protect mouth and nose from particulate matter such as sawdust. Will not filter toxic matter or fumes. Use carefully.
DUST MASK (LEAD)
Particle mask with special filters to protect wearer from lead paint particles and fumes.
DUST MASK (LATEX)
A mask worn to protect from particulate exposure while applying latex paint, usually by spraying.
DUAL CARTRIDGE RESPIRATOR
A canister-style respirator with replaceable cartridges that filter particulate matter or solvent vapors.
DRYWALL TAPING KNIFE
A flat-bladed, flexible knife used for finishing and smoothing joint compound on drywall.
DRYWALL SCREW BIT WITH DEPTH GAUGE
A bit with a stop used to set screws the proper depth in drywall without damaging the surface.
A coarse-bladed handsaw used to cut openings for fixtures in drywall.
Finely-meshed, plastic screens attached to an extension pole, allowing finish sanding of drywall joint compound.
DRYWALL JOINT KNIFE
A flat-bladed knife used to apply joint compound and to finish seams.
A metal platform with a spindle handle used to hold joint compound or plaster while applying them to surfaces.
Large canvas or paper/plastic sheet used to protect surfaces or objects during work sessions.
DRILL BIT EXTENSION
Extends the reach of a standard drill bit.
DRAIN AUGER (HAND SPINNING)
A hand-turned drain auger to remove clogs from drain and waste lines. Not for use on toilets.
DRAIN AUGER (HAND SNAKE)
A manual drain auger used to remove clogs in drain and waste pipes. Not for use in toilets.
DRAIN AUGER (DRILL DRIVEN)
A power-driven auger used to remove clogs from drain and waste lines. Not to be used in toilets or other fragile fixtures.
DOUBLE OPEN-ENDED WRENCH
Used to tighten or loosen nuts and bolts. Usually sold in sets with wrenches in graduated sizes.
DOUBLE BOX-ENDED RATCHET WRENCH
The box ends allow for more control when removing or installing nuts and bolts. The wrench comes in various sizes.
DIAGONAL CUTTING PLIERS
Wire cutting tool with diagonal blades that provide extra leverage. Also used to remove nails and staples.
A telescoping rod with a threaded end designed to accept paint rollers or brushes. For ceilings and other hard-to-reach places.
An abrasive material sold in rolls used to clean and prepare copper fittings for soldering.
ELECTRICAL TAPE (COLORED)
Various colors used by electricians to mark and identify wires.
ELECTRICAL TAPE (BLACK)
A plastic tape used by electricians to insulate and secure wiring connections. Used in conjunction with wire nuts.
ELECTRIC DRILL (CORDLESS)
A battery-operated general purpose electric drill. Generally the higher the battery voltage, the more powerful the drill.
ELECTRIC DRILL (CORDED)
A general purpose variable-speed drill with a 3/8-inch chuck used for drilling holes in wood, metal and other materials.
EAR PROTECTION (MUFF)
Protects ears and hearing by reducing high-frequency and high-decibel noise from power tools and machinery.
Foam inserts to protect hearing by reducing high-frequency and high-decibel noise from power tools and machinery.
A plastic plier designed specifically to remove fuses from electrical boxes.
FRAMING SQUARE (CARPENTER’S)
A flat piece of steel with legs at 90 degrees for measuring and layout. A framing square is essential for general carpentry.
Long-handled, heavy-weight hammers with a striking face and straight tines used in rough carpentry.
Economy level paintbrushes that come in various sizes. Primarily for single use applications.
FLAT PRY BAR
A tool used to remove nails or to assist in demolition.
Used to run cable through finished walls and pull wires through conduits.
Hand-held tools with teeth or ridges used to shape, scrape, and otherwise finish wood, plastic, or metal.
Marking tool for surfaces that resist pencil lines such as tile or metal. Generally leaves a permanent mark.
A fine-toothed saw with an offset handle used to remove grout from seams.
A masonry tool used to apply grout to seams in ceramic tile.
A canvas or plastic tube with a nozzle on the end used to apply grout to seams.
Marking tool for surfaces that resist pencil lines such as tile or metal. The mark can be removed.
A multipurpose tool with a flat blade on one end and a notched blade on the other used to remove and apply glaze to windows.
A hand tool with replaceable blades used to remove paint from windows after painting trim.
GFCI EXTENSION CORD
An extension cord with a GFCI outlet.
A hand tool that distributes adhesives to surfaces using heat to melt sticks of glue.
A cutting bit used with a drill to cut large diameter holes. Cuts wood, plastic, ceramic tile, and a variety of other materials.
A wood-cutting tool. Blades for handsaws are designed for cross-cutting and ripping timber.
A staple gun used like a hammer to set staples, primarily used when applying underlayment to decking.
An electric drill that also pulses the drill bit forward and backward. Used to drill holes in concrete and masonry.
A saw with interchangeable blades designed specifically for cutting metal pipe or tubing.
Combination pliers and clamp. Comes in divers sizes.
A level that attaches to mason’s string to set horizontal planes over longer distances.
Used to protect hands when working with rough edged materials. Will not shield hands from liquids or other solvents.
Used to protect hands while working with paint.
Projects horizontal beams on surfaces to mark level.
Used to test electrical equipment for flow and/or pressure of current through the circuit.
A long plastic pan used to mix and hold mortar or other compounds during application.
MORTAR MIXING PADDLE
A paddle that attaches to an electric drill used to mix mortar for tile installation.
MITER BOX (HAND)
An inexpensive miter box for cutting simple angles and miters in wood.
MASONRY DRILL BITS
Drill bits especially designed for use with a power drill to bore holes in masonry and brick.
Heavy-gauge string woven not to stretch. Used to set finish heights and widths for masonry, carpentry, and deck installation.
Masonry tool used to spread adhesive in tight or awkward places such as corners.
A hammer with a head of hard rubber. Used in applications where a steel hammer might mar the material.