A new look for your home with surface renovation – with these tools you can’t fail

Construction and renovation work goes smoothly when you have the right tools in your toolbox. Those living in a detached house, in particular, should invest in the necessary tools, because their need does not stop at the completion of the house. Also in surface renovation of a flat in a block of flats, good tools help to achieve a successful outcome.

Every home should have a drilling machine

The tool range of every home should include a drilling machine with which both a professional and a DIY amateur can drive a screw and drill a hole. When buying a drilling machine, it is worthwhile to consider whether a mini drill, a cordless drill, an impact drill or a hammer drill is the best choice for your needs.

A mini drill is can be used in your home for versatile crafting, such as assembling furniture. For example, if you plan to drill a brick, wood, or metal, you have to use an impact drill. For working on stone and concrete surfaces, a more robust hammer drill is required.

Surface repair is easy with the right tools

Home tiling comes out neat and beautiful when done with the right tools. Before starting tiling work, you should check the straightness of the surfaces with a floating rule. If cuts need to be made to a hard ceramic dry-pressed tile, a suitable tile cutter is required.

Wood surfaces in the home, such as parquet floors or wooden furniture, will wear out over the years. For example, when the floor lacquer surface is too worn and the wood is no longer protected, it is best to varnish the parquet again. Prior to varnishing the floor must be sanded, for this you should use a belt sander. Grinders designed for domestic use are easy to handle and light. It is also recommended to wear a respirator and goggles.

Mouldings make it easy to renovate your home

Bedroom or living room look can be boosted by changing mouldings and thresholds. The method of fastening the mouldings depends on their material. Popular options include pine wood mouldings, hardwood mouldings and MDF moulding.

It is easiest to saw and cut mouldings with a circular saw with an adjustable cutting angle. For attaching the mouldings you can choose, e.g. nail plugs, a nail gun and nails or a fixing compound. In order to achieve a smooth result, it is advisable to obtain an acrylic compound that covers any gaps.