High quality brand name power tools often come at a higher price. The reason for this extra price is the extra quality of these tools. Once you purchase one of these high quality tools, you expect them to perform well for a long time. However, in some rare cases these tools break down as well. If this happens during the warranty period - you're covered. But, what if your warranty period has ran out. Then what? You've paid for your power tool quite a lot. You feel bad to throw it away (because you've shelled out a lot of money), yet you have no use of it because it doesn't work anymore.
Luckily, there is a solution. Spare parts. In the past, you couldn't buy spare parts for power tools that easy. If your tool broke down, the repair would often cost more than a new tool, so you either had to pay expensive repairs or throw it away. Nowadays, you can order original spare parts online! Depending on the particular part, the price can range from $0.90 to $100 or more. All you have to do is to locate the label plate on your power tool to find out the exact model number of the tool, and then search for spare parts by this model number. This is great, because you can now replace anything from a tiny screw to a whole motor assembly.
For example, if you need a spare part for your DeWalt power tool, you can easily visit Dewalt's ServiceNet online (or a third party spare parts store) and order a spare part that you need just by knowing the model number of your power tool. DeWalt actually has in place a customer-friendly policy which guarantees that the cost of repair will not exceed the cost of a brand new tool. Ordering spare parts and repairing your DeWalt power tool will increase its life expectancy, lower the wear on other components within the tool and ultimately save your money, because you don't need to buy a new tool.
This is a huge benefit both for DIY (do it you yourself) community and professionals (industry, construction contractors, woodworking) who make a living by using power tools. This of course creates confidence when purchasing a new tool, as you can buy it without second thoughts because you know that it can be repaired efficiently if it breaks down and that you can count on a widespread network of service centres and online stores if something goes wrong. For example, a side handle for a cordless DeWalt 18V hammer drill, costs only $4.14. A side handle is not a large part, but you still can't hold the drill firm enough if it's missing.
It is also good to know that all of these parts are factory originals, made by DeWalt. This means that your power tool will continue to perform reliably and that it will pack the same quality as it had when you first bought it. So, don't spend money where you can save it. Do a bit of research, order DeWalt spare parts and get your power tool fixed.
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