So far in our experience buying materials and tools for our DIY projects, we have discovered some absolutely fantastic companies to work with. Listed below are the ones that just exceeded our expectations!
These companies know how to work social media and take care of their customers. I was introduced to RYOBI by both Ana White and Shanty2Chic and even was fortunate to win an entire set of power tools in a Twitter party with Shanty2Chic, RYOBI & Home Depot. Every single tool that I own from RYOBI has worked exceptionally well and I could not be happier with them.
People like to say “If it’s too good to be true, then it probably is.” but that is not the case with ReallyCheapFloors.com. The deals are real! I went into more detail in this post, but I need to list this company and rave about them because they were nothing but amazing during the whole process. Ted answered my questions via email as well as over the phone and held a lot for us for 24 hours so we could make sure everything was in order. They even kept the order in their warehouse until we had moved into the new house so we didn’t have to worry about moving it ourselves from one place to another. 3,000 square feet of flooring is no joke! They quoted really reasonable freight to be delivered right to our door. Highly, highly, highly recommend!
Hate painting? I know many people who would agree, including my husband! I don’t mind it too much but have been known to vow to never paint again. Wagner has created some really awesome tools to help the painting process along. Two that we’re using are the Side Kick Power Roller and the Control Spray Max (those are affiliate links) that I purchased for great prices on Amazon. So far, both have made the job of painting multiple rooms in a short amount of time actually feasible and almost painless. Not quite, but almost!