Most of the tools we review require people to conduct hours of research. The honest truth is that people seek validation when making a buying decision; especially for items that can be pricey, such as power tools.
Sure, you can ask another DIY enthusiast or even a professional contractor for advice on which tool to get, but it may not be the right one for you. Each piece of equipment has different portability, power ratings, and more.
For example, if you decide to buy a pressure washer, you’ll have to consider factors like affordability, portability, power rating, warranty terms, and how quiet it is. But it doesn’t stop there – are you looking for a leading brand or a heavy-duty model?
Our Team at WorkShopAddict
Isaac is a tool fanatic and the Managing Editor at WorkshopAddict. After becoming a homeowner for the first time last year, Isaac decided to purchase tools that’ll improve the curb appeal and overall look of his home.
The first notable piece of equipment I purchased was a zero-turn lawn mower. Since my yard is pretty large, I decided a traditional mower just won’t do it. I needed something that covers a larger area.
Isaac dedicates a few hours monthly to verify the accuracy of our guides, making sure they are up-to-date and provides the best value to readers. To remain educated with the industry, Isaac attends various tool seminars across the US.
Gabe is our Senior Writer & Product Tester here at WorkShopAddict. Gabe is in charge of curating our extremely detailed buyer’s guides and editing the content regularly.
Gabe is also in charge of our product testing. Most recently, he took it to the garage to test the speed and power rating of the DEWALT DCBL720P1. After comparing it to another model, he found it to be the best cordless leaf blower.
Gabe is an award-winning writer and editor, having worked directly with a number of popular tool brands and curating their blog content. He has 15+ years of experience in this industry.
How We Test Products
WorkshopAddict.com has been around since 2012. In early 2020 we decided to shift our focus from providing reviews for individual tools to curating full-blown buyer guides.
Our goal is simple, to appeal to the masses and reach as many tool buyers as possible. While most other websites simply collect information and data from resources online, we work directly with tool companies and test the products we review.
We don’t receive any free products and do not accept money for any reviews. All of our reviews are authentic, honest, and direct to the consumer. While we sometimes rely on user sentiments, we aim to do our own research of each tool’s specs and features.