Midwest-based E.B. Tool Company extends DIY Handyman Challenges to men and women eager to expand their building skills.
Online PR News – 28-February-2014 – Gays Mills, WI, February 27, 2014 – Released February 27, 2014 by the Minneapolis online marketing agency, Brandography: With every New Year, many people choose to create resolutions for improving themselves. At E.B. Tool Company, these resolutions are exchanged for goals and challenges. During the month of February, E.B. Tool Company is spreading inspiration to readers by issuing “DIY Handyman Challenges” via its blog at www.ebtoolcompany.com.
In the four-part “DIY Handyman Challenge” blog series, E.B. Tool Company encourages the amateur builder or family handyman to create something to be proud of this year. Each post focuses on a different project, starting with simple patterns and moving up to large renovations. Additionally, every piece featured is made with reclaimed wood, following the company’s philosophy of making new creations from old materials.
Projects in “DIY Handyman Challenge” include:
* Reclaimed wood shelves made from up-cycled pallets
* Ryczkas and children’s step stools topped with rulers
* Kitchen and side tables from old barn wood
* Recycled wood as flooring with character
To most effectively meet the challenges, E.B. Tool Company recommends using the KwickGripper nail removal tool to prepare reclaimed wood and used lumber for building projects. By converting pulling force into gripping force, the KwickGripper is a powerful yet basic hand tool designed to preserve energy and materials during deconstruction. Invented by the father-son team of Eric and Ben Eby, the Kwick Gripper was created to make fastener and nail removal jobs easier in even the most difficult situations.
E.B. Tool Company, based in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, is one of the best tool manufacturers in the country for the do-it-yourself family handyman. The company’s ideas, tips, and tool box essentials give the household handyman innovative and effective support in home repair, reclaimed wood projects, and more.
Learn more about E.B. Tool Company, the KwickGripper, and the DIY Handyman Challenge blog series by visiting www.ebtoolcompany.com.