Will Endicott

William Endicott is a licensed contractor in the State of Missouri and is the principal of a custom home building and renovation company. After attending the University of Kansas, he began working full time in the trades and soon after, started his own company. As a second generation carpenter, William grew up around job sites and discovered his love of tools. He now enjoys finding tools that help give his clients the best possible quality, while also helping to keep his company productive and profitable. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking projects, fishing and spending time with his wife and three children.

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Bosch 48” Digital Level

Bosch GIM 120 Digital Level Review For centuries, the level has been ubiquitous with job site accuracy and precision. Digital levels have taken that accuracy to a different, well, level. Bosch has taken this approach and released the GIM 120 Digital Level, a tool packed with features that should appeal to trim carpenters, installers, inspectors, […]

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Southwire 30’ Cord Reel Power Station

Southwire 48006SW Cord Reel Power Station Review In many cases, power cords are one of the least desired tools a contractor or DIY’er owns. They are not a “sexy” tool and don’t perform a function that makes a project look better. However, they can be one of the most frustrating and possibly dangerous aspects of […]

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Bosch 12 Volt Jig Saw

Bosch JS120BN 12v MAX Barrel-Grip Jig Saw Review I was recently asked to take another look at the Bosch 12v Max Barrel-Grip Jig Saw for another perspective and to see how well the features have held up since its release date (take a look at Rob’s original review here). After using the saw to work […]

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Milwaukee 102 x 77 Spot Infrared Imager 2257-20

Milwaukee 102 x 77 Spot Infrared Imager 2257-20 Review Infrared thermal imaging has been on every professional tradesman’s radar and want-list since they were introduced, but high prices, bulky units and delicate parts have stood in their way. Milwaukee’s new line of thermal imaging products, including the Milwaukee 102 x 77 Spot Infrared Imager (2257-20), […]

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