Why Tradesmen Do Not Have The Time to Use Cheap DIY Tools

With over 30 years experience specialising in the supply of industrial power tools, at Kelvin Power Tools we know that speed and quality of work is paramount to professional users.That's why we believe any tradesman who uses power tools will always benefit from buying the best tool available for the job in hand rather than opting for the cheapest one around – in particular those designed specifically for the DIY market.

Industrial Power Tools versus DIY Tools

Professional power tools have several benefits over DIY tools including power, quality of finish and durability making them a much more cost effective purchase in the long-run.

Power & Speed

Industrial power tools are generally more powerful than their DIY counterparts and are manufactured using better quality materials, often featuring the latest in leading edge technology.

This additional power means a higher load capacity allowing most industrial tools to offer a greater working range than an apparently similar DIY product.Together with more robust construction an industrial power tool will always get the job done faster.

Quality of Finish

As well as speed through power, industrial power tools often deliver a better quality finish meaning less time is spent trying to achieve the high standard required of tradesmen working in a commercial environment.

Durability

The power and durability of industrial power tools means that they will enjoy a much longer working life with significantly less down time through the need for repair or premature replacement.

Choosing the right tool for the job can have a massive impact on how long any job can take and how quickly the required result is achieved.In so many ways by investing in the best tool available the tradesman can make the best possible use of their most valuable commodity -time. Any additional cost incurred at the point of purchase will be rapidly recovered after fairly limited use and this substantial benefit will continue throughout the working life of the tool.

As a result all of this clearly confirms that the apparently cheap DIY option costs much more in the long run than the proper industrial tool which is designed and manufactured to get the job done quickly and efficiently time and time again.

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