Air compression technology has a huge range of applications around your home. From DIY painting to floor sanding, air tools can be handy when you need to get a job done quickly. Even your automotive work can be made more efficient with the right tools.

If you've got a floor that needs refreshing or an exhaust in need of some TLC, using air tools from Kennards Hire could make your DIY project much more enjoyable.

Where can they be used?

Any task can be made easier with an air compressor. Tattoo artists use them, as do mechanics. Industries everywhere have already benefited from the advanced technology, and your DIY projects could too.

Thinking about removing the exhaust on your car? Air tools will make the whole job far easier.Thinking about removing the exhaust on your car? Air tools will make the whole job far easier.

Work Safe Victoria lays out a number of safety precautions that must be taken when using an air tool. For the best operation of these machines, protecting your eyes and ears from flying debris and noise is vitally important. You're working with high air pressures and will usually be impacting surfaces that have potential to chip, such as engine blocks or planks of wood. Depending on the compressor you choose, you will also need to make sure it's situated safely in your work site. Away from anything flammable and in a dry location is recommended.

An air ratchet is the perfect tool for loosening tight nuts in small spaces, or applying that extra bit of force onto a greasy surface. When you can't quite get the nut on or off by yourself, this tool will come in handy. Pair that with an electric air compressor and you've got yourself a time-saving combination you won't be able to work without again.

Cutting through the tough stuff

There are always areas around your home that you know could be improved.

There are always areas around your home that you know could be improved. All it takes is a little bit of elbow grease. Using a handheld air planer, you'll slice through that layer of muck and leave a smooth surface behind.

This method works on paint, tough adhesives and epoxies, so you'll have no trouble getting rid of whatever you've got splattered on your walls or doors.

The best air compressor tools for your needs are in store at your local Kennards Hire. Whatever project you're tackling that needs extra attention, air tools will help you get the job done right.