Now that you are here it is time to get fully informed so you can work to your best, and be the best DIY’er you can be with the mindset and the equipment you need to get started.
What holds people back from becoming a DIY’er is the ability to start playing around. The first thing to do is take the first plunge and make sure you have the gear to start.
If you are already an expert in the trade expect to find the best-informed tool reviews on the internet, so you can then focus your time improving your procedures knowing that you have the best equipment for the money.
What you can expect to find browsing our DIY blog.
Woodworking tips: For beginners to start DIY and woodworking.
Metalwork tips: For working with metals like Aluminum, Steel, and Copper.
Renovation guides: For building and improving your property.
Landscaping project ideas: For the yard.
Tool guides and reviews. For builders, DIY’ers, and home users.
Sustainable living ideas: Tiny Houses, RVs, earth ships, 0fgr1d l1v1ng.
Jessica is responsible for interior design and architectural recommendations here at Banging Toolbox. With her experience and passion for writing, she has many things to share including, her weekend in the garden doing DIY.
Jessica is a 31-year-old entrepreneur who has provided a dedicated and quality service as a consultant for architects. In her previous years, she worked as an Architect and an interior designer who specialized in designing living and commercial environments. Before this, she was a self-employed assistant for a few architectural firms, which grew her strong sense of responsibility for how she handles her work today.
Jessica has various building experiences that put her where she is right now. With her perseverance, faith, and motivation, she explored design, planning, and managing architectural projects, which leads to her today’s success. Her exposure to the construction industry has contributed a lot to her growth as an entrepreneur, making her great at what she does best.
With her dedication and passion in the building field, she believes that.
The home of the future is not as sci-fi as we imagine.
Instead of whiz-bang gadgetry and the bells and whistles, Jess now wants to focus her time on the homes of the future. A building should be all about sustainability, energy-efficient design, and connecting people with the natural environment that an individual can live the most comfortably in. With a hotbed of creativity and inspiration, she shares at Bangingtoolbox.
Constrution is actually the connection between technology and nature.
Davids’s background with building and his experience as a quantity surveyor puts him in a great position to be practical-minded when it comes to tackling any type of building project. Big or small he can have a deep impact when it comes to your wallet if he’s by your side.
David Walker is a 37-year-old who has provided a trusted service as a quantity surveyor in the construction industry in the past. Before doing building estimations, David was a builder and has also worked as a volunteer restoring classic cars. With his knowledge and skills in the construction industry, pricing jobs, and solving complex problems with mechanics David can always find a solution.
As a builder and a quantity surveyor, David believes he’s in a great position to understand building costs and construction procedures.
House design and affordable construction methods are hot topics for many people these days. But with determination to work, he believes that.
Working straight to the heart of the end product is the key to a hassle-free, fun and quality building experience.