The Hardwood Wrench Video

May 27, 2014 10:31 am
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The Hardwood Wrench – The Ultimate Deck Board Straightening Tool

Hi! My name is Becky with AdvantageLumber.com and this is the Hardwood Wrench.

Made in the USA, the Hardwood Wrench is the ultimate deck board straightening tool!

Have you ever had trouble straightening deck boards, and you wished you had a tool that made it easier?  The Hardwood Wrench is exactly what you need!

The Hardwood Wrench works with single or double joists up to 3 ½ inches wide.

•             Possesses a hardwood handle that provides maximum comfort and grip.

•             The handle is reversible for use in constricted spaces.

•             Gives you the ability to provide an easy, one man operation. This means the tool has basically replaced the man you used to hold down the board so you can fasten it into place.

•             Has a body constructed out of aircraft grade aluminum for repeated, heavy duty use.

•             Has adjustable pins that fit joists up to 3.5” thick!

•             Has stainless steel pins that prevent slippage while providing maximum force to straighten the most stubborn deck boards.

•             Laboratory tested to consistently provide over 1000 pounds of bending force

With a tool this versatile and easy to use, you’ll wonder how you could ever build a deck without it.

Hear what these satisfied customers had to say about their deck building experiences with the hardwood wrench:

“This tool puts other deck board straightening tools to shames. The force that I can place on the board with just this tool is incredible. It allows me to have a quick and easy installation. I definitely recommend this tool to anyone who is about to build a deck.” – Jack Phillips

“This tool is strong and simple! I can’t believe I didn’t have this sooner!” Steve Murray

“I was struggling with building my own deck and my neighbor saw my frustrations of dealing with bowed deck boards. He came over and handed me the Hardwood Wrench. I wish I knew this tool existed! It would have saved me a ton of headaches!” – Alan Creekbaum

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