If you are the kind of handyman who is always in a hurry and does not have time to do anything, you have to read this article. If you're a DIY guy who understands home repair safety issues and never endangers your personal safety or the safety of others, you can stop reading here.
For DIYers who can not get enough and still make 100 miles at the hour, we have to stop and think about safety, even if it's only for a minute. The next time you throw the ladder against the roof and climb as fast as you can without attaching it to the ground or building properly, you are compromising your safety.
The next time you pull a power tool out of the box and choose not to read the instructions, you will also put your safety at risk. If you choose not to read the instructions, plug in the power tool and start using it incorrectly and that someone else is monitoring you also compromise their safety. You show the other person how to use the tool incorrectly and often the tools used incorrectly create security issues for their users.
It's not just ladders and power tools, building materials, and the lack of knowledge about home repairs. If you do not have enough knowledge to use power tools, to assemble building materials safely, you create a health hazard for yourself and anyone else you have asked to repair your home.
There is no need for a rocket specialist to understand the importance of home repair safety. If you are not concerned about yourself, you should at least worry about those around you. You do not have to be in a hurry to complete a home repair project in a timely manner. You should always think about safety and make sure you read the instructions the next time you buy a power tool.