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1. How do I Hunt For Tools?

I do tend to go out to stores to buy the items myself. Talk to my uncle for advice to ensure you’re getting real-life experience.

1.1. ALL Are Not Easy To Find!

As for the tools, all are not easy to find let alone at a decent price. I always try to get my hands on the tools mentioned in our blog but, that’s not possible all the time. So, I rely on extensive online feedback from real customers of these tools.

1.2. The Makita Blade Set

Here, is a Makita blade Set I bought recently from the nearby tool shop. I usually prefer taking pictures with my iPhone 11 and bonafide camera. So, you can see the tool’s clear-cut detailings.

2. Do I Use Stock Photos?

I hate using stock images. Because they look fake. I want to give you a real user-based experience myself.

Since I have been around these tools my whole life not doing the right thing the right way is an injustice to you, myself, and these little buddies.

But, when I don’t have the mentioned tool images available. In those emergency moments, I tend to use stock images from verified sites such as Pixabay, Unsplash, and Pexels for image coverage.

All images here are the personal property of Tool Miner and they are not available for other services, sites or purposes to be used. You can go ahead and see our Privacy Policy as well as the Terms & Conditions section for more detailed guidance.

3. Our Dedication to Google E-E-A-T (Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness)

At Tool Miner, we’re not just another affiliate niche site – we’re dedicated enthusiasts with a profound passion for air compressors and power tools.

Our commitment to Google EEAT guidelines (Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness) is at the heart of everything we do, ensuring that our readers receive the most informed and reliable content possible.

3.1. Founder’s Expertise

I, Han K., the founder of Tool Miner, have not only been deeply involved in this industry since my childhood but have also been a hands-on DIYer and woodworker for over a decade.

My personal experience with air compressors now spans more than 10 years, giving me a nuanced understanding of their applications, benefits, and challenges.

This first-hand experience forms the cornerstone of the content you find on our site.

3.2. Collaborative Excellence

Behind every great website is a dedicated team.

Alongside me is my partner Haseeb, who brings his expertise in site design, featured image creation, and other crucial aspects that make Tool Miner visually engaging and user-friendly.

Together, our combined efforts ensure that your experience on our platform is both insightful and enjoyable.

3.3. Meticulously Crafted Content

All the content on Tool Miner is meticulously planned, researched, and written by me, Han K. As a fellow DIYer and woodworker, I understand the questions, concerns, and interests that fuel your curiosity.

My hands-on experience with air compressors and power tools drives the creation of content that addresses the needs of individuals like you, making it relatable, informative, and genuinely valuable.

3.3.1. Our Old Tools

Here is our old portfolio, these are some of the oldest tools we saved up. I think you would already have the latest models for these chaps.

Miter Saw, Router, Screw Driver Set, Die Grinder, Wood Planer

3.4. Transparency and Authenticity

We are committed to transparency in every aspect of our content creation process. When I share insights, tips, and reviews, it’s rooted in my real-world experiences.

Our commitment to authenticity extends to the way we present information – if we cite a source, it’s because we trust its credibility and relevance.

3.4.1. Real Life Experience | Cuts And Scratches!

Phew! That was fun but, the gears here are getting stuck. Let me oil them up with some of our Ah! moments and old photos.

That was a harsh wound. Uncle had an Aluminum folding Ladder used for painting and ceiling work. I was pretty severely scraped by the edge of the ladder during the work.

So, I advise you to wear tool gloves when holding folding ladders to avoid hand and finger pinching and scraping.

3.5. Regular Content Updates

We understand that the world of air compressors and power tools is ever-evolving. That’s why we make it a point to regularly review and update our articles to reflect the latest advancements, trends, and insights.

When you visit Tool Miner, you can trust that you’re accessing up-to-date and accurate information.

4. Your Feedback Matters

As a community-driven platform, we highly value your feedback, suggestions, and experiences. Your insights contribute to the growth and improvement of our content. We actively encourage you to share your thoughts, questions, and reviews, allowing us to refine our content to better meet your needs.

We are proud to uphold the E-E-A-T principles defined by Google. Our journey as DIYers, woodworkers, and enthusiasts has shaped Tool Miner into a hub of knowledge, credibility, and authenticity.

Thank you for joining us on this journey. If you have any inquiries or suggestions, don’t hesitate to reach out.