Jeff Williams

Contributing Editor Jeff Williams is a carpenter for a commercial General Contractor specializing in concrete, steel, and wood buildings. Jeff comes from a long line of contractors. His parents started a commercial General Contracting firm many years ago and it has afforded him life-long, hands-on learning opportunities from rough and fine carpentry all the way to structural steel and concrete. Jeff has a Construction Management degree and loves the thrill of coordinating and successfully managing large jobs from start to finish. Inspired by the difficulties sometimes encountered to complete punch lists his motto is, "Work hard until the job is done."

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Milwaukee Rapid Charge Station Review

Milwaukee Rapid Charge Station Review Visit any commercial job site today and you’re sure to find battery chargers near almost every working outlet. Cordless tools have taken the industry by storm with better than corded performance out of almost every tool from circular saws to rotary hammers. This can come with a price though, battery […]

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KEEN Utility Braddock AL WP Work Boot Review

KEEN Utility Braddock AL WP Work Boot Review I have weird feet. There, I said it. Painful flat feet kind of weird. I’ve worn a lot of other work boots over the years and my feet almost always ached at the end of the day. The only times they didn’t was during the middle of winter; […]

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RIDGID Vertical Pancake Compressor Review

RIDGID Vertical Pancake Compressor Review Around Thanksgiving of 2014, RIDGID came out with a vertically oriented 6 gallon pancake compressor. RIDGID’s vertical pancake compressor was a standalone compressor but was only on the market for the holiday season as a Special Buy and then discontinued much to the chagrin of the reviewers on Perhaps their cries were heard […]

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Milwaukee M12 FUEL Circular Saw Review

Milwaukee M12 FUEL Circular Saw Review Circular saws. To some trades, they are in the top 5 tools used every day. Other trades though, they are in the “next 5” group of tools used. They may not be every day tools but are still indispensable on the job site. The pro carpenters and framers have […]

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New Milwaukee M18 Sawzall is Here

New Milwaukee M18 Sawzall is Here When we attended Milwaukee Tool’s New Product Symposium back in August of 2014 one of the tools that didn’t receive a ton of fanfare but was no less impressive was the new Milwaukee M18 Sawzall. It is replacing the previous model, the 2620, which we covered during the 18 Volt […]

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2015 World of Concrete Highlights

2015 World of Concrete Highlights World. Of. Concrete. Maybe this is a show you’ve never heard of or maybe you know that it’s the World Cup or Super Bowl of concrete and masonry innovations over the last year. For those of us in the concrete and masonry industry it’s a can’t miss event. This year […]

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RIDGID Gen5X Tools Announced

RIDGID Gen5X Tools Announced Today RIDGID Power Tools announced the next iteration in their 18V lineup dubbed RIDGID Gen5X. The always capable X4 system has been out for a few years but today a teaser video and specifications were posted to the web for the soon to be released new line. The dimly lit video […]

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Milwaukee M12 Fuel Circular Saw Preview

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Circular Saw Preview Last August the Tool Box Buzz team attended the Milwaukee Tool New Product Symposium where they showed off a number of new tools. The M18 tools dominated most of our coverage articles but one tool we shared over our social media channels was the M12 Fuel Circular Saw. It is […]

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Milwaukee M12 Heated Gear Review

Milwaukee M12 Heated Gear Review Five years or half a decade. No matter which way you say it that’s how long Milwaukee heated gear has been changing the way we work and play in the winter months. It all started with the introduction of the first jacket in classic Milwaukee Red. The next few seasons […]

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Dremel MICRO 8050 Rotary Tool Kit Review

Dremel MICRO 8050 Rotary Tool Kit Review About a month ago I picked up the Dremel MICRO at The Home Depot. I already own a Dremel 400 XRP that I’ve had for a number of years. It’s a workhorse used on every trim job I take on but it’s set up exclusively for fine tuning coped […]

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