Why pay for fixes that you can do yourself?
Four-in-one screwdriver: This versatile tool is a large and small flat head and Phillips head tool in one.
Adjustable crescent wrenches (6- and 14-inch): Crescent wrenches adjust to fit most nuts and bolts. The larger size gives more leverage and the smaller size fits more easily into tight places.
Basin wrench: Sooner or later you will have to change a water faucet in the kitchen or bath. When you do, this inexpensive specialty tool is used for detaching water supplies from underneath a sink.
Voltage tester: We suggest that most home electrical work be left to the pros. But the homeowner may try some very small fixes. Before working on any electrical circuit, make sure the power is off and test it with this tool.
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