Find out More About Award Winning Fixings on TOOLBUSINESS+HIRE


Haywards Heath, West Sussex -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/02/2016 -- A popular magazine and online resource among working professionals and power tool lovers, TOOLBUSINESS+HIRE has recently launched reviews on their website and shares expert knowledge about award winning fixings, such as Tite-Fix screws. Through these reviews, professionals can ensure that they are selecting right tools for their work and the different building and DIY jobs that they do. As per their latest review, individuals can find Tite-Fix screws in a variety of shapes and sizes. All of these screws have "Tri-Lock" threadform, which makes them suitable for multiple tasks including use for flooring, manufacturing and home repairs. These Tite-Fix screws have been developed through extensive testing for durability and strength. Professionals seeking a better tools and accessories for their kit can trust the reviews from TOOLBUSINESS+HIRE.

When it comes to providing power tool reviews online as well as in-print, TOOLLBUSINESS+HIRE is one of the most sought after Tool and Equipment publications in the UK. With their team of skilled and experienced professionals, they aim to provide the best reviews in the industry. Today, the magazine is read by many working professionals and tool lovers for selecting the appropriate power tools for their needs. Their official website is, where individuals can find more about a variety of trade tools and products.

A representative of TOOLBUSINESS+HIRE stated few lines about the new Tite-Fix screws, "From specialist to generalist now, the award winning Screw-Tite screws are excellent all-rounders available from 12 to 150mm long in various gauges. The Tri-Lock shank means that it is easy to start with less damage to the timber surface. There is also less likelihood of splitting the edge if you start close to it with these screws."

TOOLBUSINESS+HIRE is a specialist Tool and Equipment publication available both online and in print, focusing on the Retail Business end of the Tool and Construction Industry. Based in Haywards Heath in West Sussex, the magazine was first published in 1993, under the initial title of This ToolBUSINESS. The Magazine has gone from strength to strength over the last twenty years, with their targeted mailing list of over 5000 in the retail, manufacturing and hire sectors of the industry. The publication features a range of aspects from the industry, including Product Reviews from their Independent Reviewer Peter Brett, Industry Exhibition shows both trade and consumer, and Company Profiles.

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