My husband put together this tool-themed Father's Day gift guide for you! I know NOTHING about tools, but my husband is quite the expert. He has nearly 15 years experience in the woodworking industry and can pretty much do anything home renovation-related! He is really particular about his tools and does tons of research before he buys. He is constantly asked for his opinion on tools so we thought this would be a no-brainer post for him to write up! I hope it can help you as you consider what to purchase that special someone of yours! These tools come with the Daniel Kaminski seal of approval! And every single one is available on Amazon - what could be better?!
Makita Cordless Job Site Radio
This radio might be my favorite item in this guide! It can withstand the dust and dirt and getting knocked around that comes with house projects while allowing you to enjoy your favorite tunes!
Bucket Boss Parachute Bag
This bag is super handy for holding screws and nails - and it's easy to carry around!
This bucket buddy is a genius product for a guy who wants to stay organized in his garage! It makes moving around from project to project very easy!
Mini Drill Gun
This drill is a must-have for hanging pictures + decor around the house and for securing loose screws. A basic that every home needs.
This impact driver will do the heavy duty work of drilling in long screws. Brushless is the way to go for longevity but it can be a little pricier. Also, make sure your driver comes with a battery. Many do not and batteries can cost upwards of $100 each. But you're in luck - this comes with one!
For big spenders, this miter saw is a beauty! It is a dream to use and has a small footprint.
This table saw is another big spender item, but it is a must-have if doing larger projects! I get asked a lot about my favorite table saw and I always recommend this one without hesitation!
Router (normal size)
A router is so important if you're doing any detail edge work on wood!
Router (smaller size)
This router is smaller for doing small trim work. I use this a lot!
Spray Can Tool
This tool has been LIFESAVING. It's an inexpensive item so throw it in with whatever else you plan to buy! A DIYer will use this constantly!
I feel like a real man when using a sledge hammer- haha! I have used it a lot recently with our outdoor renovation project. A must-have for anyone doing demo work! Here is a 10-pound option and a 20-pound option!