Buying cheap tools won’t help you get the job done, because they are more likely to break and you’ll have to replace them with new ones. Leaving aside the fact that you’ll end up giving even more money, you could also be putting your safety at risk.
“If you have a cheap clamp that’s holding something in the air above your head and it breaks because it’s poor quality, that could injure you,” says Shelton.
Choose quality tools that will last you for years and many products bought from hardware stores offer a lifetime guarantee. This means you can replace everything that wears out or gets broken.