What do you do with those broken tools?
Avanti Tools & Accessories has the answer
Contractors or do-it-yourselfers wanting to get their broken power tools fixed rather than buying brand new tools now have an avenue to do just that.
"Why take a good tool that can be fixed and throw it away if it stops working?" asked Mike Partipilo III, owner of Avanti Tools & Accessories Inc. at 421 E. Fifth St. in Peru, which opened in February 2012.
"I am here to help blue collar workers, do-it-yourselfers, hobbyists, homeowners and contractors," he said. "Tool repair is the core of this business."
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