ProToolZone aims to help people have cleaner homes, with a fun and simple new project for the entryway that can help keep mud and rain off the surfaces and prevent it being trodden inside.
Boston, MA, United States – December 6, 2017 —
ProToolZone has just published a new DIY guide, encouraging individuals to take on projects around their homes that can improve their décor and functionality for less. The new guide offers people a way to create a ‘mudroom’ in the entranceway, preventing muddy shoes, rainy coats and other items from being worn into the house, keeping outside dirt from being trodden into the carpets and surfaces.
The new guide is simple and straight forward, and comes with a budget and difficulty level so individuals understand what they are undertaking before they begin to follow the guide. The guide also comes with an introduction that helps establish the use of the project, and the kind of home it would best suit.
The piece then gives a step by step guide to sourcing materials, what tools and equipment are required, and what processes are undertaken to create the finished look. The mudroom storage crate project takes just three hours and costs less than thirty dollars.
This new kind of content has been created to provide inspiration for keen DIYers to use their tools in new and imaginative ways. The high quality ProToolZone Tool Reviews on the site, which cover everything from orbital sanders and cordless drills to chainsaws and pressure washers, have been designed to ensure that individuals are buying the best tools for their needs.
A spokesperson for ProToolZone explained, “We have long provided detailed product reviews on our website, and we are proud to say these reviews have become a trusted resource for DIY enthusiasts when they come to purchase new tools. With our new range of guides, we are encouraging individuals to make the most of their new purchases by providing a range of different home improvement projects. We hope this latest guide encourages more people to take control of the chaos that can overwhelm the entrance area.”
About ProToolZone: ProToolZone offers a comprehensive online resource center, providing insightful, actionable advice on the latest powertool releases, written by a licensed home improvement contractor. The website is regularly updated with the latest reviews and insights, comparisons and infographics. The website offers detailed insights designed to help readers make the right consumer decisions.
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