GAYS MILLS, Wis.
- March 27, 2014
-- Gays Mills, WI, March 26, 2014 – Released March 26, 2014 by the Minneapolis online marketing agency, Brandography:
Wood has become a hot commodity. With the resurgence of DIY projects and the public interest in natural resources, it can be difficult to find quality building materials at affordable prices. E.B. Tool Company, recognizing this challenge, strongly believes in reducing unnecessary consumption through reclamation – a key reason E.B. Tool Company offers the KwickGripper screw and nail removal tool.
From professional builders and construction experts to amateur woodworkers and the family handyman, the KwickGripper makes it easy to salvage wood from used building materials. Beyond environmental considerations, using recycled building materials may save money, as picking up old wood and cleaning it up is often less expensive than buying new.
The KwickGripper is a tool box essential for preparing used building materials, reclaimed barn wood, or any other old wood pieces. Because of its unique design, the KwickGripper removes nails, screws, staples, and other potentially dangerous fasteners while doing minimal damage to recycled building materials. Additionally, the tool converts gripping force to pulling force, saving the DIY handyman or professional time and energy.
The KwickGripper from E.B. Tool Company easily removes damaged or oddly-shaped fasteners without as much effort as is required by other nail removal tools. It is also able to perform in small spaces that are difficult to reach with traditional hammer claws or cat’s paws. Learn more about the KwickGripper at www.ebtoolcompany.com, and find handyman tips and project ideas on the E.B. Tool Company blog.
Based in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, E.B. Tool Company is an innovative company offering the revolutionary DIY tools carpenters need, including the Kwick Gripper. Invented by the father-son team of Eric and Ben Eby, the Kwick Gripper was created to make nail removal jobs easier even in difficult situations. Learn more about the Kwick Gripper tool and E.B. Tool Company at www.ebtoolcompany.com.