Corded, Cordless And Hammer Drills
There are a variety of drills on the market right now, each offering benefits for different kinds of projects. Corded drills, for instance offer the benefit of not having to worry about your power pack being discharged before your project is complete. Cordless drills are more portable and you don't have to struggle with lugging around a power cord to wherever you need to drill a hole. Both drills will allow you to use screwdriver bits, but it is important to have a variable-speed drill if you will be using them as screwdrivers. Hammer drills, on the other hand, provide downward hammering thrust as the drill, allowing you to drill more quickly through tough materials like concrete. Follow the links below to learn more about each type of drill and learn which will work best for you.