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Holiday Gifts for Construction Professionals, Part 2

As we enter the holiday season, one thing is for sure, everyone loves gifts. From children to adults, will all love to receive something and we enjoy giving as well. If you have a construction professional in your life, give them something that they can use. Bowties and bottles of perfume are nice, an item that makes life on the jobsite easier is better.

In the first part of this series, we presented a trio of helpful tools that would make any construction professional thankful. In this part, we will present three more items that can make life in construction a little more enjoyable.

Flir One Thermal Imager Phone Attachment

This tool attaches to your Android or Apple device and allows it to work as a thermal imaging camera. The tool can capture variances in temperature, which can help with electrical panel and insulation inspections. It’s the type of tool that enhances a contractor’s ability to do their job well and minimizes the potential for the types of claims in which you need an Orlando construction lawyer to help settle.

Bosch Power Box PB360C

This 24-pound box serves a number of purposes. It can play music from its radio or play live streaming music from up to 150 feet away. It has USB and power ports for charging mobile devices and other items. It’s also built for the construction site, coming in a dust-resistant, aluminum and rubber roll cage.

Coffeeboxx Single Serve Coffee Maker

The Coffeeboxx Single Serve Coffee Maker is not revolutionary. It makes K-cup coffee, but it is pretty cool. This is because it’s impact and dust-resistant frame is made for use on the jobsite. With this device, you never have to go back to the office for the next cup of coffee.

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Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.