Father’s Day is almost here, and what better way to celebrate than by purchasing dad some much needed high-tech tools. Not only does gifting your dad with high-tech tools show that you appreciate him – it’ll also help make his life easier when it comes to simple repairs or DIY projects. And while your dad may not be ready to give up his trusty hammer, there are some tools you can purchase that would make a great addition to his arsenal.
This Father’s Day, Iceberg Heating & Cooling wants to give back to our dads with the gift of tools! Below are 5 tools to buy dad for Father’s Day.
Flashlights are a staple for any dad’s toolkit. And while their function is important, they can also be difficult to use in certain situations. Simultaneously holding a flashlight in one hand and tools in the other can make simple projects unnecessarily difficult. This is especially true when he needs light to perform two-handed actions, such as using a hammer and nail.
Fortunately, there is a solution to the matter: the headband flashlight. As their name suggests, these flashlights come with a headband you can wear, with the flashlight itself resting on the forehead. This allows dad to brighten areas while still having a free hand for other actions.
Work boots experience quite a journey throughout their life. They’re the go-to footwear for construction and DIY projects, as well as any situation involving uncomfortable floors. And although they’re built to receive quite a beating, they can still wear out eventually. Therefore, we recommend treating your dad for Father’s Day by purchasing him some new work boots!
When working on a step ladder, most dads have experienced this situation before: constantly going up and down the ladder to get nails, screws, and other metal objects. Not only can this hassle prolong an otherwise short project – it also can result in a few lost nails or screws.
That’s why we recommend gifting dad with a magnetic wristband. These tools allow nails, screw, and other small metal objects to be stuck to the wristband via a magnet underneath the fabric. This allows dad to carry nails and screws without using a hand, while also helping to avoid losing them.
During a power outage, it’s important that your dad has some form of backup power. That’s why we recommend gifting him with a portable generator. This tool acts as a temporary power source, which can be an immense help during a power outage. This helps to avoid food spoiling in the fridge during long outages, and it allows him to finish any electrically-powered duties that were interrupted.
As we have described before, humidity plays a big role when it comes to both home temperature and IAQ, as well as overall comfort. And your dad may be a victim to bad humidity levels. Generally, you’ll want a home’s humidity levels at about 40-60 percent, and this is best measured with a hygrometer.
We recommend gifting your dad with a hygrometer to help measure his humidity levels. And if you would like professionals to help further improve his IAQ, contact Iceberg Heating & Cooling for our IAQ services.
This Father’s Day, treat your dad with the gift of new tools. And contact Iceberg Heating & Cooling if you require IAQ services to help give his home that essential boost in comfort. Give us a call at (734) 375-1119 today!