Tools to Carry Into the Home

This kit will fix 3/4 of what you find in a house and it’s all you need to carry in with you (according to Uncle Harry):

  • Philips tip long shank screwdriver
  • Flat long shank screwdriver
  • 1/4″ nut driver
  • 5/16″ nut driver
  • 15 torx driver
  • 20 torx driver
  • insulated cutters
  • needlenose pliers
  • large channel lock pliers
  • multimeter
  • wd 40
  • stubby Phillips
  • stubby flat
  • stubby 1/4″ nut driver
  • stubby 5/16″ nut driver
  • adjustable open end wrench
  • wire stripper and crimper
  • medium Phillips
  • electrical tape
  • thermometer
  • razor knife
  • wire
  • cable ties
  • knee pads
  • work light
  • clipboard & invoices
  • promotional stickers, pens, refrigerator magnets

Harry also has a video on special tools you want to keep in the truck.

One Reply to “Tools to Carry Into the Home”

  1. This was very helpful! I just bought $100 of tools for my first day and literally used all of them working on 3 dryers. The best tool: Knee Pads. I definitely did not skimp on those. I got the $36 pair at the local hardware store.

    For the non-essential list: steel toe shoes. I was using a dolly to move dryers and those things are heavy! I had to use my sneakers to stop the dolly from rolling and it feels like my feet are getting crushed every time. Definitely going to buy some safer shoes once I get my pay.

    Also got a cut on my hands from squeezing a set of pliers so tight then they lost grip so they closed on my finger! Ouch. I have a this blood blister now. Wish I had gloves.

    I stuffed everything into a neat toolbox. Stay organized people!

    Thanks again

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