Keeping a kit of personal protective equiment on the job site helps you and your crew stay safe and comfortable.
As on any construction job, you'll need to protect your ears, eyes, and lungs when building a deck.
The WorkSafe line of fall-protection equipment satisfies safety requirements and is easy to use on small jobs.
From shop vaccums to tablesaws and more—8 tools to get a home builder for the holidays.
These small gifts under $40 all solve common job-site problems and should be popular with all sorts of handy folks.
Remodeler Andrew Grace uses several different pairs of gloves to keep his hands comfortable and get the job done when temperatures drop on the job site.
The choice depends on what you're handling and how much you're willing to spend.
G-Tek polyurethane-coated knit gloves provide a good balance of comfort, cost, and, safety and are light enough to be useful for most construction projects.
See what construction details and materials make boots safer, more durable, and more comfortable.
Shock Doctor Ultra Knit Knee Support stays in place and does a better job than tradition knee pads.
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