Farmington, UT (PRWEB) May 25, 2011
Web entrepreneur Chad Marsing is pleased to debut his new business endeavor, http://www.ProCraftTools.com. Founded in February, the site aims to provide customers with access to top-rated Hitachi power tools.
“I guess you could say that I have a passion for power tools because there are so many things you have to do with them; repairing things in your home, furniture- whatever you want to do, these tools offer it for you,” said Marsing. “You can use hand tools and whatnot that take a long time to do the job, but power tools give you the means to finish a task more efficiently.”
At ProCraftTools.com customers are invited to browse an incredible selection of Hitachi power tools. Choose from Hitachi jigsaw cordless saws, jobsite table saws and stands, drill drivers, and routers like the Hitachi M12VC 2-1/4-horsepower variable speed router. Router template guide sets and drill bit sets, such as the impressive 72-piece Quick Change Driving Set, are readily available. These tools are useful both for Mr. or Miss Fix-Its who takes care of minor home repairs, as well as professional contractors who depend on quality tools for their livelihood.
Though Marsing plans to expand his business to include other brand name power tools, he will remain committed to the Hitachi brand because of its legacy of enduring quality.
“The best quality tools on the market right now are made by Hitachi,” said Marsing. “Though the name may not be as well known, Hitachi consistently out performs other brands in performance tests.”
Customer satisfaction is a vital component of Marsing’s company’s philosophy. Shoppers can expect fast shipping anywhere in the U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii. Certain Super Saver orders ship for free.
“Our site comes in handy for customers who live out in the middle of nowhere, places where they can’t just waltz into a hardware store,” said Marsing. “At ProCraftTools.com they can order tools and have them shipped directly to their home, rather than having to travel miles and miles, using expensive gas, to go pick something up.”
For additional information about the Hitachi tools featured, visit the site’s brand new blog, http://www.ProCraftToolsBlog.com. Marsing continually updates the blog with informative posts and stories on the proper use of Hitachi power tools for a wide variety of projects, drawing from his years of experience as a maintenance manager.
About the Company:
ProCraftTools.com is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Chad Marsing.
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