Fathers Day Gifts for the Handyman In Your Life

Fathers Day Gifts for the Handyman In Your Life

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It seems like my husband is always constructing or fixing something around our house.


He’s made loft beds in two of our kid’s rooms.

When the beds came down he made raised vegetable garden beds out of the scrap lumber for me.


When he purchased a bee hive for us I mentioned I’d like a window on the side so we didn’t have to bother the bees to peek at them.

Yep… he promptly went to work installing a window for me.

There’s really nothing he won’t try. We had to replace our flooring when we had to pier our house because of settling. He jumped right in and installed a Pergo floor perfectly!

Doing these types of jobs around the house are so much easier when you have the right tools.

Here is my short but sweet wish list of tools that any handyman would love this Father’s Day:

  1. Rolling tool box chest
  2. Screwdriver set (because they are always needing replacement)
  3. Drill/Power driver
  4. Shop Vac
  5. Table Saw
  6. Recip Saw
  7. Pressure Washer
  8. Circular Saw
  9. Drill Bits (as they always seem to wear out)
  10. Socket Wrench Set

Even if the guy in your life isn’t a Handyman, Walmart.com has a large selection of items for Father’s Day Gifts for Dad.


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  1. My husband would love a new cordless drill. One of the most useful tools ever!

  2. Lindsay Sorensen says

    What a handy man you have, I must say I’m pretty blessed with a handy husband as well. From working with wood, plumbing my new bathroom, electrical stuff, to welding he does it all. Tools are ALWAYS a safe bet as a gift for my husband! Thanks for the list!

  3. Sherrie C. says

    What a handy guy your hubby is! My husband is the same way, always working on, fixing, and updating things around the house and yard. Oh, and I can already spot a few tools on your list my hubby could use. Thanks 🙂

  4. nicole dz says

    My hubby needs a whole new took set, although he does have a few tools that have been through a lot and they still look great and have held up pretty well. Tools are always a great gift for a guy.

  5. Sarah L says

    Ah, makes me wish I had a guy around to fix things like you do. I’m the one who fixes stuff. I do like my cordless drill.

  6. We are total DDYI’ers . . . DON’T Do It Yourself . . . it always ends badly. So, I’m more than a little obvious at how handy your husband it. That’s awesome! What I wouldn’t do for raised garden beds!

  7. Cynthia R says

    My guy loves tools, and I love that he loves them, it means he can fix more stuff around the house instead of hiring out.

  8. Karen Glatt says

    Giving nice tools to use for making nice wood items or fixing things around the house is always a good idea. I gave my Dad some tools one Father’s Day and he really liked it!

  9. My husband is definitely super handy and I could not be more grateful for his knowledge and help around our home. I am not sure which of these awesome suggestions he already has, or which he could use most, but I am sure more than one would be on his must have list!

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