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We are a group of diverse enthusiasts, experts, and contributors. Who are passionate about woodworking, carpentry, and DIY. We aim to provide high-quality information to passionate people who want to express their creativity and master their craft. And from our experience, creativity bloom when you have the right tools and have the time to think independently.

We aim to deliver unbiased, accurate, up-to-date reviews and useful guides. To help our readers – whether professional craftsmen or simple hobbyists – with trusted reports of the best woodworking tools and other helpful topics.

Our results are based on research, expertise, and teamwork. We bring out the products which truly excel in their category. We rank them based on dozens of factors, such as performance, real user experience, and value for the price. Our evaluation is transparent; we mark the facts through our in-depth comparison charts. Taking our time allows us to be confident that we have rounded up all the essential information for our readers.

Our Authors

Dave Parisi

Dave Parisi

Dave is a proud native of Eastern Long Island, NY. He is a master carpenter, woodworker, and licensed home improvement contractor. He began his training in high school, opting for the BOCES (Board of Cooperational Education Services) program, which trains teenagers to work in various skilled trades. Dave’s day job is building and remodeling summer homes, mostly for wealthy people.





Russell Skeras

Russell Skeras

Russell Skeras also grew up on the Eastern End Of Long Island. Likewise, he is a master carpenter and licensed home improvement contractor. Rather than build houses from the foundation up, Russ likes “finish carpentry.” He is skilled in creating intricate mouldings, staircases, custom closets and other “fine” work.





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