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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Making Your Construction Company More Productive

Create Systems For Increased For Productivity Let’s get right to the point. In the construction industry, it is imperative to have systems in place to increase productivity and ultimately, profitability. From bookkeeping to personnel time management, systems will ease frustrations of day-to-day operations and provide customers with the best possible product and experience. One of […]

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Hitachi 50cc Chainsaw Review

Hitachi CS51EAP 50.1CC 20-Inch Rear Handle Chainsaw with PureFire Engine During the colder months, I almost entirely heat my house with wood fire. This past winter, my everyday chainsaw was stolen out of my garage. While I initially went on a tirade about how much I hate thieves (that hasn’t changed), I still had the […]

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DeWalt 20V Max PEX Expander Review

DeWalt DCE400B 20V Max 1” PEX Expander Let’s get this out of the way. Milwaukee has dominated the mechanical trade tools market for years. They have been the first-to-market and have offered a large variety of tools geared towards plumbers, electricians and HVAC contractors while most of the other major players in tool manufacturing have […]

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SkilSaw Super Sawsquatch 16-5/16” Worm Drive Saw Review

SkilSaw SPT70V-11 16-5/16″ Magnesium Super Sawsquatch Worm Drive Saw There are two types of carpenters in this world. Those who prefer their circular saw blade oriented on the right, and those who prefer it on the left. I most certainly fall into the latter group. I exclusively used worm drive saws for years while I […]

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Bosch Brute Tough 36V Hammer Drill / Driver HDH361

Bosch Brute Tough 36V 1/2” Hammer Drill / Driver HDH361-01 Review Bosch has recently released the Bosch Brute Tough 36V Hammer Drill / Driver HDH361 to their 36v lineup. I have been using it for several months on site and have been able to take a very close look. Bosch Brute Tough 36V Hammer Drill / […]

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Construction Trailer Reorganization

Reorganizing A 8×16 Construction Trailer Recently, I have made the plunge and invested in a modular toolbox/storage platform to increase job site productivity. While I have decided on the Milwaukee PackOut (for reasons I will go into detail in a future article), there are many other great options out there that might work better for […]

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Milwaukee FUEL 2863 High Torque Impact Wrench Review

Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ w/ ONE-KEY™ High Torque Impact Wrench 1/2″ Friction Ring 2863-22 As a professional carpenter and general contractor, I have always done my due diligence when making tool purchases. I look to find tools that offer the highest versatility and value while also being able to hold up to the harsh, job site […]

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Hitachi 18v Brushless Framing Nailer

Hitachi 3-1/2” NR1890DC and NR1890DR Brushless Framing Nailer Review As a builder and remodeling contractor, there have been countless times when I go to a small job or to finish up punch-list items where it takes longer to get all the tools out of the trailer, than it does to do the work itself. These […]

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Little Giant HyperLite SumoStance Ladder

Little Giant Ladder Systems HyperLite SumoStance Fiberglass Extension Ladder Review Several years ago, we were framing a fairly large-sized house. We had one of the younger (greener) guys on the crew buttoning up some sheathing that we couldn’t do while the wall was still on the deck. The work was simple, albeit somewhat high up. […]

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DeWalt FLEXVOLT 7-1/4” Cordless Worm Drive Style Saw

DeWalt FLEXVOLT 60V Cordless 7-1/4” Worm Drive Style Saw Review The first tool I ever truly loved was a SkilSaw Mag 77. My father (whom inspired me to get into the trades and still work with today) gave me one when I was still a “green” framer. It was about 20 years old and absolutely […]

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