Portal:Home improvement/Tools

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Tools

Portal:Home improvement/Tools/1
Using a nail gun.jpg
Credit: User:Fir0002
Nail gun in use.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/2
Pipecutter 20050728 001.jpg
Credit: commons:User:Bergsten
A pipecutter.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/3
Garden hose.jpg
Credit: commons:User:Nandhp
A garden hose.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/4
Random orbit sander.jpg
Credit: commons:User:Davepape
A random orbit sander.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/5
Cement mixer2.jpg
Credit: User:Josh Parris
A portable cement mixer.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/6
Hammer2.jpg
Credit: Malene Thyssen
A claw hammer.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/7
Clamps.jpg
Credit: Luigi Zanasi
Picture of various woodworking clamps.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/8
MTD Lawn Mower.jpg
Credit: User:DuffDudeX1
MTD Yard Machines lawn mower.



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/9
Portal:Home improvement/Tools/9



Portal:Home improvement/Tools/10
Portal:Home improvement/Tools/10



Suggestions

Is there a home improvement article good enough? Please post you suggestions below to let your voice be heard.

Procedure

The nomination process here is relaxed, but articles that meet the featured article or good article requirements are more likely to gain support.

Nominating articles

  1. Find an article related to Home improvement that you think is very good. It need not be a current Featured Article or Good article, but if it is, it could only help the nomination.
    • If the article was previously nominated for featured status, or if it has been on peer review, try to resolve as many of the remaining objections as possible.
  2. In the nominations section below, add a third level section header with the linked page title as the section name (===[[Page title]]===). Below this new header, add your reasons for nomination and sign your nomination with ~~~~.

Supporting and objecting

  • If you approve of an article, write "Support" followed by your reasons.
    • A nomination is considered a vote in support, so nominators don't need to add another vote to their nominations.
  • If you oppose a nomination, write "Oppose" followed by the reasons for your objection. Where possible, objections should provide a specific rationale that can be addressed.
    • To withdraw an objection, strike it out (with <s>...</s>) rather than removing it.

Nominations