Many handymen and women just love the feel of power tools in their hands and the satisfaction of completing a job such as building kitchen cabinets. The trouble is that they can easily get into strife when they take on a job that is a bit too much for them. For a start, handyman power tools are usually not strong enough to use for a big carpentry job. You risk wearing out the tool and having to replace it, or having to purchase a commercial tool instead, for a great deal more money.
Putting together a flat pack may seem simple enough, but do you have anywhere to do it safe from the children? Kids always want to help and can easily be injured, injure someone else or ruin the project when they get into things they shouldn’t touch. Building cabinets in the kitchen is not a good idea. Doing it on the back deck is better, but still not ideal.