Cordless Impact Wrench - Not the same tool as your cordless drill.

Written by Jason Miller

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big difference, isrepparttar lack of reactionary torque. Reactionary torque is what you experience with your cordless drill. You have to use brute force to keep your drill from spinningrepparttar 142617 opposite direction in your hand. With a cordless impact wrench, that torque is directed torepparttar 142618 nut not your arm. You can easily hold this tool in one hand and letrepparttar 142619 cordless impact do allrepparttar 142620 work. No more pushing down onrepparttar 142621 tool to drive that screw. These tools are also smaller and lighter than a cordless drill. For example a DeWalt cordless impact wrench is about 35%repparttar 142622 size of its comparable cordless drill. This feature makes them perfect for those overhead projects and reaching into hard to get to spaces.

The next time your start that big deck project inrepparttar 142623 backyard, leaverepparttar 142624 cordless drill inrepparttar 142625 box and grab your cordless impact wrench. Your arm will thank you atrepparttar 142626 end ofrepparttar 142627 day.

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Kitchen Design – Understanding the Work Triangle and Kitchen Layouts

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* G-Shaped Kitchen - this type of kitchen shape is becoming very popular, and it gives you a fourth wall to use. The G-shape can be used if you have more than one cook inrepparttar house. This fourth wall section can be used for a counter, island and storage space.

With this kitchen layout you can have two sinks, perhaps two cooktops or two ranges. You could have two working triangles -- one for sink, cook top or range and refrigerator and a second working triangle with another sink, built-in grill and cooktop. It allows two cooks to do different things atrepparttar 142559 same time and entertain large groups of people.

* Single-Wall Kitchen - if you do not have much space, you may only be able to have an I-shaped kitchen. No problem. Just be surerepparttar 142560 sink is placed betweenrepparttar 142561 refrigerator andrepparttar 142562 stove. Locaterepparttar 142563 refrigerator so thatrepparttar 142564 refrigerator door opens away fromrepparttar 142565 kitchen sink. This is a very common arrangement for small kitchens in narrow spaces.

* Galley-Shaped Kitchen - this type of kitchen design is more common in apartments or in homes where space is limited -- it is often calledrepparttar 142566 corridor style. The kitchen cabinets andrepparttar 142567 appliances can be located on opposite walls for better work flow -- placerepparttar 142568 range or cooktop on one side ofrepparttar 142569 kitchen along one wall andrepparttar 142570 refrigerator and sink onrepparttar 142571 opposite wall.

To eliminate traffic issues in this type of kitchen design, one entry is often closed off. This type of layout should only be used by one cook. If you want to maintain both exits, placerepparttar 142572 refrigerator nearrepparttar 142573 end ofrepparttar 142574 galley kitchen for easy access -- this way, your family and friends can reachrepparttar 142575 refrigerator without interfering withrepparttar 142576 person who is cooking.

If you need extra storage inrepparttar 142577 galley kitchen, install tall kitchen cabinets that go allrepparttar 142578 way torepparttar 142579 ceiling. Wall storage is crucial -- buy a stepladder to use when you need to reachrepparttar 142580 upper shelf ofrepparttar 142581 cabinets, and placerepparttar 142582 items you use less frequently onrepparttar 142583 upper shelves.

By understandingrepparttar 142584 kitchen work triangle concept and how you want your kitchen to function, you’ll be more likely to createrepparttar 142585 kind of kitchen you’ve always wanted. Today, kitchens are often viewed asrepparttar 142586 hub ofrepparttar 142587 home as well as a social center for family and friends. Planning your kitchen can be a challenge, butrepparttar 142588 rewards you’ll receive are very much worthrepparttar 142589 time and effort.

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