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WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y. — Warmer weather is on the way, and that means it will soon be prime time for painting all across the country. A newly updated guide at details everything homeowners, contractors, and others will need to know to pick the best possible paint sprayer for a given set of requirements. As one of the Internet’s most trusted authorities on power tools and home improvement equipment, Tool Nerds puts each and every product to the test. The newly updated guide to professional paint sprayers is one of a number freshened up for 2017 at With warmer weather on the way, everyone from dedicated do-it-yourself homeowners to full-time professionals will want to see what Tool Nerds has to say.
“The right sprayer can make even a major painting job a breeze, as many homeowners are discovering,” said Tool Nerds representative Richard Chamberlain, “In the past, paint sprayers were often only practical investments for the pros, but that is no longer the case at all. The best sprayers on the market today combine professional quality and volume of output with affordable price tags and features that make them easy to use and maintain. Our newly updated guide highlights the top products in a number of different categories, from compact hand-held units and turbine sprayers to full-fledged professional setups. We think this is going to be one of our most popular and helpful features yet, and we can’t wait to hear what our visitors have to say.”
After thousands of years through which the use of brushes dominated, the field of paint application went through something of a revolution starting in the 1880s. Organizations including the Southern Pacific Railway, the iconic Marshall Field’s department store, and the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair started applying exterior paint with compressed air, greatly improving both the rate and regularity of the process.
While this impressive development spread quickly throughout the field of professional painting, consumers were left behind for decades. In recent years, however, paint sprayers of a number of different kinds have become both financially accessible to homeowners and capable of producing professional-level output.
The newly updated Tool Nerds guide to paint sprayers covers the best products of this kind on the market at the present time. From versatile, lightweight, hand-held sprayers meant for small jobs to specialized products like airless and high-volume, low-pressure airless sprayers, the guide now encompasses the full range of what the 2017 market has to offer.
By putting each product through rigorous testing and always offering unbiased, practical advice, Tool Nerds has become a top online resource for all those interested in power tools and home improvement equipment. The newly updated Tool Nerds guide to paint sprayers is online now alongside a number of other new and recently updated features.
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Testing and reviewing each product in depth, Tool Nerds highlights the best power tools and home improvement equipment on the market, always delivering helpful advice that readers can rely on.
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