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Using the right tool for the right job is highly important. However, with that said, even with all the tools in the world under one roof, it is still always important to understand what each tool is for. This is why we have an expert team of sales staff to help even the most inexperienced clients to make the correct choice of tool for their specific needs.
Perhaps you were on a tight schedule and figured that you didn't have the time or the desire to find or order the appropriate tool, so you made it work, and it did seem to work fairly well … at the time. Time went on, and then something seemed not to work properly or fell apart sooner than expected. That's when you began to question what could have gone wrong. Perhaps it was when you decided to "make it work" by using the incorrect tool.
This is why we have an expert team of sales staff to help even the most inexperienced clients to make the correct choice of tool for their specific needs. So if you find yourself a little confused, come in to The Hire Centre and speak to one of our expert sales members.
Using the correct tool for the job is essential to making sure things operate at peak performance. Using a tool that is not suitable for your work can cause personnel safety or operational quality problems. (Such as the guy on the left here.) Such problems may not be immediately evident and can develop over time, for example when the part fails, resulting in downtime and the need for rework.
So always remember that it may be quicker and easier to slap a band aid on a problem but for the safest, most reliable and permanant solution to any DIY problem is to come in to your local Tool Hire Centre where we have the right tool you with all the expert knowledge needed.