Topic: What do you all think are the most regularly used tools for common work orders?

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Staci Merillo
Plunger
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
Schyuler Paisley's Avatar
Schyuler Paisley
Channel locks/ 13in1 and magnetic nutdrivers
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Anonymous
Common Sense
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Leah Love Orsbon
Multi-function tool
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Kristi Von Bender
Paper/Pen or iPad to retrieve and then enter as complete. 

I'll see myself out.  :D
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Christina Haney
Common sense and their hands
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Ian Collie
A key to the apartment. 
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Megan Goodmundson's Avatar
Megan Goodmundson
drill set with different attachments
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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CJ Harbin
Common sense , 13/1 screw driver , multimeter , adjustable wrench , and a pair of slip joint pliers,
And to be honest your question can have various answers depending on your properties most common work order requests, my property may have a lot of sink drips or clogged disposals, whereas your property may have more heat calls
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Mathew Merrill
Oh that’s the Purchase order book for sure these past couple years I actually said to one today, “I can call a contractor for everything why bother hiring a middleman if we farm it all out?”
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Michael Putman
Depends on the property smooth jaw pipe wrench highrise/commercial. Drill motor/screw driver for the rest.
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Julie McKenzy
6/1, channel locks, needle nose and impact
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Carrie Pehl
Tape measure
Posted 4 months 5 days ago
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Betsy Callahan
Channel locks, 10 in 1, plunger
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Patty Jensen-Hale
Hair Snake, Garbage Disposal Wrench
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Jamie Lyn
Drain zip it, plunger, auger
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Manuel Vazquez
Small channel lock pliers, needle nose pliers, an 11 and 1 tool, disposal wrench, plunger and a meter
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