Thank you cards
Staging Post Cards
Redesign Post cards
Furniture moving set
Hard floor sliders
Discount offers (Pods)
3 ft and 6 foot ladder
Uniform: Pants, polo shirt, socks, comfortable shoes
Paint can key
Visual Aid tools
Stager’s Yard Signs
Shirts for give
A 16-oz. curved-claw nail hammer is your best bet. A rubber grip handle is more comfortable to use for long periods of time.
A cross-cut hand saw will handle most things. There are some short ones that will fit in the average tool box.
A small, stapler that will also hold small brads can be very handy.
A small basic set that contains both standard flat blades as well as Phillips heads will tackle most jobs. There are some pretty neat combination drivers that include a variety of blades that all fit on one main handle.
Don't forget the incredible duct tape, which can hold anything together. Electrical tape is handy too.
Either cordless or electrical will do. You will also need a variety of bits.
Even a small, inexpensive level can help your work come out straight. 24 to 36 inch
These will hold lots of things you are trying to put back together.
A good, basic pair of slip-joint pliers can tighten, loosen and hold all sorts of things for you.
An adjustable wrench or a "Crescent" wrench can give you lots of extra muscle to tighten and loosen a variety of nuts and bolts.
A retracting flexible tape rule is compact, accurate and very useful.
Get one with replaceable blades.
Household cement will tackle most things.
Buy a couple of inexpensive variety packs and you'll probably have what you need.
A basic variety pack should have what you will need for the average project.
WD-40 is amazing stuff.
A small, rechargeable flashlight is important for all sorts of emergencies.
A lightweight, plastic model will hold most of this stuff plus a few of your own favorites. There are some nifty models that have some great features like a place to sit down!
A plumber's friend can also be your friend, especially if your toilet is overflowing!
A measuring tape 25 to 30 feet long