It’s no secret that at Berland’s we take our tools seriously but not ourselves. That’s sort of our mantra here. Have a look at some fun we had with the new, powerful Makita cordless blower.
Last month we sent the Berland’s drone over, around and above our superstore in Joliet. And here’s another look!
For the second consecutive year, Berland’s has been named the Veto Pro Pac Residential Construction Wholesaler of the Year. As Berland’s Manager, Sue Hoppe, says, “We have good, better and Veto.” The Veto brand began when owner, Roger Brouard, could not find a quality tool bag while working as a carpenter 30 years ago. He […]
Having a soundtrack at the jobsite or in your workshop is now easier than ever thanks to bluetooth technology. Let Dwight the Toolman explain. (Just $79.99 for the Milwaukee and $89.99 for the DeWalt.)
Call it a Spring Break Sale, a Spring Fever Sale, a DeWalt Sale, a Beach Party Sale…Berland’s is reducing the price of every DeWalt drill in stock, cordless or corded. 10% Off now through April 15. If it has a chuck and it’s a DeWalt, it’s 10% off.
Woodworkers! Take advantage of the big 15% savings on all Powermatic & Jet Woodworking machines. Through March 9 at Berland’s. See our huge inventory!
February 21st: 9am-1pm – Palatine Store Sysport Cabinet Construction Festool’s Chris Devlin will show you how to build your own Sysport (out of plywood) with the Festool System! More importantly, learn how the Festool System can take any cabinetmaking project from start to finish. Tools that will be demonstrated in the process will be the TS […]
Festool February Sale at Berland’s The Kapex Sliding Compound Miter Saw, MFT/3-Mini, UG Cart, Crown Base, Kapex Blades and various accessories will be discounted 10% during February. Prices will never be lower! This is a great time to upgrade to the finest system in the tool universe.
1969 was a tumultuous year. Woodstock blew a lot of minds, Nixon was inaugurated and we put a man on the moon. Whew! In 1969 Mae Berland ran a tool store on the far west side of Chicago that catered to the trowel and painting trades. Her husband, Joe, had started it over 30 years prior. He passed […]
The invention of the circular saw is a bit murky. Attributes have been assigned to various enterprising yet nameless Brits and possibly to an unknown 15th century Dutchman. You can see why we say it’s murky. It’s full of murk. It’s all nameless and unknown. What is known is this: Tabitha Babbit, a Shaker spinster, […]