I’m Robert, a small-town guy with a big love for DIY projects. I like anything from building wooden tables to fixing motorbikes. I grew up on my dad’s farm, where there was always some scrap laying around to tinker with and turn into gold (at least in my eyes). I’m a firm believer that with the right tools and a bit of creativity, you can make anything happen.
I’ve always had a passion for creating something from nothing and I’ve learned from a young age that using the right tools can make life a lot easier. Moreover, it wasted my time and money using the wrong tools! Meaning I bought cheap tools that had high costs due to malfunctioning equipment, very painful.
After a while I understood why my father was obsessed with owning the best tools available, to save time and money in the long run. So he learned me why it is a good idea to spend some time choosing your tools wisely. Not only do I use my tools for DIY projects, but I also nitpick the tools that help me get things done in and around the house efficiently.
I love discovering new tools, trying them out, and sharing my thoughts with others. But I have a confession to make, there’s a financial incentive involved in creating this blog. I’ve sprinkled the articles with some Amazon affiliate links and display ads from Ezoic. So when you click on one of those links and buy something, I earn some commission. Nothing to get rich from, I assure you. But enough to keep the blog alive 🙂
I started this blog as a way to share my love for all things tools, and to inspire others to embrace their inner DIY-er. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, I hope you’ll find something that gets you excited about using your own tools or perhaps tools you never heard about.
If there are any tools or information that I didn’t cover in my articles and you want to know more about, please contact me. Or you can connect with me in the ToolsinAction forum. You can check out my Quora Profile as well, I write blogs over there as well.
407 E Ayre St #1094
Wilmington, DE 19804
Note: This is my bussiness address and it’s only meant to be receiving mail, I don’t expect any visitors.