Economic Recession Pushes Homeowners into Do-It-Yourself Mode

Salem, Oregon (PressExposure) December 21, 2009 -- In today’s harsh economic climate, many homeowners are abandoning the idea of hiring contractors and are beginning to rely on home improvement tools to help them perform home repairs on their own. Manufacturers of this equipment have started to cater to home improvement and repair novices by designing tools that do not compromise safety and are very easy to use.

Leading home improvement expert Danny Lipford is seeing more interest than ever in his television and internet home improvement programs because people are simply looking for cheaper ways to get things done. After learning the basics of home repairs, homeowners can then move to the next step of identifying suitable home improvement tools for their particular job.

Thanks to the useful web-video resource YouTube, sites like have not only been able to provide recommendations on the most ideal home improvement tools for novices, but have also been able to provide visual instructions on how to use them. This kind of resource is particularly impressive to homeowners because one contact point can provide all the solutions for more cost effective home repairs.

A popular blog site quoted one blogger as asking, “How do I install crown molding?”, which is usually a procedure left up to building contractors. However, homeowners are now ignoring the pricey professionals and are venturing into hardware stores to acquire their own head flashlights, cordless nailers and leather tool belts. Their mission is to get their improvements done despite the financial limitations placed on them due to the economic recession.

With the help of online resources like, homeowners can now accomplish renovation and repair jobs that once seemed mammoth without the assistance of a professional. From cordless circular saws to folding step ladders, home improvement enthusiasts can learn about tools and equipment and their uses.

In a time when the economic climate is placing people in a stronghold, homeowners are turning to safe and effective home improvement tools to get their much needed repairs and renovations done. With a little innovation and assistance from sites like, homeowners can still enjoy the improvements they want without spending a fortune.

About Kaestner Marketing LLC is a website that was designed to provide useful guidance to homeowners interested in handling home improvement and repairs without the aid of a professional. The resources offered on the site are geared towards outlining suitable home improvement tools for the untrained repair person as well as providing tips and advice for getting home repairs done safely and effectively.
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Press Release Submitted On: December 21, 2009 at 9:31 am
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