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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Hilti Launches New 4-1/2” Cordless Angle Grinder

Hilti Releases AG 4S-A22 4-1/2” 22V Angle Grinder Everybody that is around tools for a living know that cordless power tools are quickly replacing their corded cousins on job sites everywhere. Hilti recently announced a new 22V cordless angle grinder that is aimed at replacing their corded options. Specs Disc Diameter: 5” Max Voltage: 22V […]

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Milwaukee Bolsters PACKOUT Lineup

Milwaukee Tool Expands PACKOUT Tool Storage Offerings Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last three years (which is unlikely if you’re reading this), you’ve probably heard about the Milwaukee PACKOUT tool storage system. I think you all know that this is  the toughest tool storage system on the market, and Milwaukee is […]

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Milwaukee Announces M18 FUEL Rear Handle Circular Saw

Milwaukee M18 FUEL Brushless Rear Handle 7-1/4” Circular Saw 2830-21HD Milwaukee Tool just announced the release of it’s first rear-handle circular saw. Although several competitors have beat them to market on their versions, Milwaukee claims to have several advantages over the competition. This also fills out a hole in their general carpentry lineup. Specifications • […]

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How to Build Construction Trailer Shelving

How to Build Adjustable Modular Construction Trailer Shelving I recently made the decision to reorganize my construction tool trailer. I wrote earlier about some of my “must-haves” for this project, including adjustable modular shelves to accommodate my Milwaukee PACKOUT storage boxes. As with any project, it is always a good idea to start with a […]

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SKILSAW 16 Inch Worm Drive Carpentry Chainsaw

SKILSAW® Introduces 16 Inch Worm Drive Sawsquatch™ Carpentry Chainsaw SPT55-11 SKILSAW has announced the release of their 16 Inch Worm Drive Sawsquatch Carpentry Chainsaw. This innovative new saw helps professionals increase productivity on the jobsite by combining a large depth of cut in a lightweight package. Specs Amperage: 15 RPM: 6300 Bar Length: 16” Blade […]

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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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