Handy Tools You Should Always Have

By Toolsmith Direct

If you’re a first time homeowner, you can save yourself a lot of trouble by purchasing the necessary tools it takes to keep your new house maintained. Over the course of your ownership, there may be all kinds of tools that become necessary. However, having a select group of tools on hand at all times will always pay off. These are the tools that will help with the majority of the jobs you’ll do.

For example, everyone needs a good drill. This is actually a perfect example. Because you could buy just about any drill out there and get the jobs ahead of you done just fine. However, you could also go with a cordless drill, which really doesn’t cost much, but is far, far more convenient. Then you can also update further and go with something like a Kawasaki drill, which will be the best model on the market.

The same goes for the other necessary tools that must be in your toolbox. There are wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers and others. Most starter toolboxes will include them (except for the drill) and then you can simply build on it over the years. Having them on hand when you need them though will make all the difference.


When you need the right tools for the job, nothing but the best will suffice. That’s why so many customers rely on Toolsmith Direct for their needs. They get the best possible options (including popular options like Kawasaki power tools) at low prices and shipping that comes right to their door.

Artificial Grass for Urban Gardening

Article written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division.

You don’t have to live without a garden just because you live in an apartment or condo with little outdoor space. With some creativity and the right tools, anyone can transform their urban space into a beautiful indoor or balcony garden. And with a little bit of artificial grass, you can take the look of your urban garden to the next level.

Anyone can take synthetic grass and add it to their city dwelling. Because of the flexible nature of artificial grass, you truly can install it anywhere. It doesn’t need sunlight or water, so having it indoors is not a problem. And you don’t need to worry about installing it on soil — you can lay your fake grass directly on the concrete of your balcony easy and without doing damage to the surface.

There are plenty of plants that you can add to a city apartment or condo. Put herbs into boxes on the ground and use artificial turf to act as a separator between the planters. You can also hang certain fruits from planters and use the additional space on the ground to have a lush-looking mini-grass area to relax on during the warm summer months.

When it comes to adding artificial grass to an urban garden, the possibilities are really only limited by your imagination. You can even grow small citrus inside your home and create a mini-grove complete with fake grass. Adding artificial turf around your plants makes you feel like you’re doing some serious gardening.

This article was written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division. The company is the wholesale division of Artificial Turf Supply and sells a wide range of artificial grass products to residential and commercial property owners.