Bosch Mortar Knife
This rotary hammer bit is designed to quickly remove mortar from vertical joints...
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Nothing destroys masonry bits like rebar. One solution may be the new SpeedHammer...
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Ray Robinson, Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 winner
Tramex MRH III Moisture Meter
Tramex's MRH III noninvasive moisture meter measures the moisture content of most...
Arcus Contoured Masonry Blade
Thanks to its unique saucerlike shape, the 7-inch Contoured Masonry Blade by Arcus...
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The Spyder Scraper from Simple Man Products is about as basic as a tool gets.
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Marshalltown's new DURAdjust brick trowel has a dial that lets the user adjust the...
Barrett Diamond Products Tilebit-Pro System
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Mark Orwig and Dennis Smith
Necessity is the mother of invention–and tool hounds. Say you've got to cut curves into some huge oak timbers that weigh 400 lbs. apiece. Your bandsaw is out–or is it? Not if you're Mark Orwig and Dennis Smith. The two master carpenters loaded their bandsaw onto a dolly and moved the saw–not the beams–to shape them for a large Tudor house they built.
Installing manufactured stone products.