Though tools are expensive, it’s important to use the proper tools for the job you are doing. If you don’t have the right tools you can run into many problems. Rounded off or stripped out bolts, wrong sized holes, and broken taps are a few of the problems you may face.
Using the wrong tool for the job makes disassembling parts, or changing out parts difficult. Also, the cost of replacing parts that may be ruined by using the wrong tools is avoided by using the proper tools.
Using power tools and air tools when possible is more efficient and can lower your costs in hours. Who wants to stand around and build something using a hammer and nails when you can use a nail gun instead?
Having the right tools for the job helps everybody deliver a quality professional product for their clients and reflects well on your company.