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Having the right tool for a job is important. That is why that very phrase exists in the English language. The problem is that you often find yourself in a situation when working on a car, working in the garden, or doing some home repairs, that you are missing the very tool that would make the job take 10 minutes instead of 10 hours. Luckily there are many, many different places to buy tools at a reasonable price. Here are some of the best:

Where to Buy Tools Locally

Can I buy tools at a local hardware store?

The hardware store was one a staple of every American city no matter the size. Ironically nowadays you are much more likely to find a mom and pop style hardware store in small town American than you would be in a big city. The best aspect of these stores is the knowledge of the owner/workers. Whereas you may have troubles describing exactly what you are looking for in a chain store, here you only need limited knowledge to be given a variety of options. Plus the prices are usually good and the immediacy of purchase means the fix can happen faster.

You can buy tools at Home Depot and Lowes

Home Depot and Lowes are getting thrown together as two of the biggest tool retail chains out there. As these stores are entirely based around home improvement products there is a vast selection of tools in their tool departments. One of the better features of these stores is that if you need to use certain expensive tools for a one off job, they will let you rent rather than buy at some locations. This obviously saves money on a product that you will be done with once it has been used. Home Depot and Lowes stores are found in retail centers all over the country and there are very few tools that you will not find under their roofs.

Where to Buy Tools at Sears

There are fewer Sears stores than there used to be but there is still probably a Sears store with a large selection of tools within driving distance from you. One of the best reasons to shop at Sears is that they have high quality Craftsman brand of tools that have a lifetime guarantee. Another reason is that they have a great selection of tool boxes and tool chests.

Can I buy tools at Walmart?

Walmart is a quick and easy option when it comes to buying tools as you can buy them both in store and online. While Neighborhood Markets will be limited (at best) in their tool selection, any Super Walmart is going to have an entire section of its store dedicated to all the manual and power tools you can imagine. Walmart is a fast and inexpensive way to get the tools you require, though they may not have to variety and high end quality of a dedicated tool store. Another bonus of SuperCenters is that they may be open 24 hours a day if you need a tool late or on the weekend.

Can I buy tools at Target?

Target has a section of its store dedicated to tools and tool sets, with the products being available both online and in stores. This section contains over 350 items and covers everything from cordless drills to a rolling tool chest. Target is another great option to get tools immediately if a project is at risk of falling apart.

Where to Buy Tools at Harbor Freight

If you are looking for a lot of tools or if a low price is really important you should consider finding a Harbor Freight. The sell tools that are chinese imports for the most part at low costs. They also have frequent sales so you may want to pick up a sales listing when you walk in the door.

Where to Buy Tools Online

You can buy tools on Amazon

The power and hand tools section on Amazon is almost overwhelmingly extensive. In total there are over 700,000 different products listed and it is stunning to think that there are that many tools and tool parts in existence.

The best aspect of the Amazon lineup of tools is its variety. If you are buying before starting a project or looking for something very specific then Amazon would be an excellent choice for your tool buying needs.

We hope you have enjoyed this article on Where to Buy Tools and can find the tools you need for your next project.

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