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If several thousand dollars for an IR camera isn't in this year's tool budget, consider an infrared thermometer like the Fluke 566.
For my money, small telescopic mirrors are among the most useful inspection tools out there.
One of the most important diagnostic tools in the building-forensics toolbox is an infrared camera.
Still using that curly steel fish tape? Try the sectional fiberglass rods now favored by electricians and telecom contractors.
If you don't have the right tools, fishing wires can be the ultimate exercise in frustration.
There's a lot to like about Milwaukee's newest compact cordless drill, model 2601-22.
DeWalt says its new 18-volt nanophosphate lithium-ion batteries can endure 2,000 charging cycles.
A conventional-sized cordless drill is a bit much for tasks like installing cabinet doors and electrical devices; a better option would be a cordless screwdriver such as Metabo's palm-sized PowerGrip II.
Bug holes and honeycombing in your concrete work compromise strength and can lead to questions from inspectors.
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