If you're the kind of do-it-yourselfers that is always in a hurry and doesn't have time to do anything, you need to read this article. If you're the type of do-it-yourselfers that understands everything about home repair safety and never does anything to jeopardize your personal safety or the safety of others, you can stop reading right here.
For those do-it-yourselfers that can't get enough and are always going 100 miles an hour, we need to stop and think about safety, even if it's only for only one minute. The next time that you throw the ladder up against the roof and climb up that as fast as you can with out properly securing it to the ground or building, you're jeopardizing your safety.
The next time that you pull a power tool out of the box and choose not to read the directions, you're also jeopardizing your safety. If you choose not to read the directions plug the power tool in and start using it incorrectly and someone else is watching, you're jeopardizing their safety also. You're showing the other person how to use the tool incorrectly and often tools that are used incorrectly creates safety problems for their users.
It's not just ladders and power tools, its building materials and lack of home repair knowledge. If you don't have enough knowledge to use the power tools, to assemble the building materials safely, you're creating a health hazard to you and anyone else involved in the home repair.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand how important home repair safety actually is. If you're not concerned about yourself, you should at least be concerned about those around you. You don't need to be in a big hurry, to finish a home repair project in a timely manner. You should always think safety and make sure that you read the directions, the next time you purchase a power tool.
Autor: Greg Vandenberge
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Added: January 19, 2010