Some tasks are impossible without the use of power tools or other specialist equipment, but hand tools are even more essential and everyone needs a suitable collection of appropriate tools. Having the right tool for the job makes all the difference and this does not only apply to special tools but even to everyday hand tools, such as pliers and screwdrivers. Many unskilled people unwittingly cause damage or make things much more difficult by simple errors in tool choice, such as using a Phillips bit in a Pozidriv screw. The same applies when using spanners and sockets. Hand tools for the electrical trade are generally of a higher quality than those intended for the DIY market, with particular attention being given to insulation or ESD safety. There are, of course, many special tools that would not be found in the average handyman's toolbox and the use of such tools really distinguishes between the amateur and the professional. Buying top-quality hand tools always makes good sense, both financially and in achieving the highest possible standards of workmanship. Useful toolsets are available but in most cases, a tool collection will be built up over a period of time, with regular, new additions. Many tool storage options are available.