Here's a real newbie question and I'm afraid it comes from my ignorance
of not knowing anything about tools.
I purchased a home were they've installed chair rail (Wains Coating) in
the kitchen prior to us moving in. They left the electrical outlets,
loose as we need to paint, etc....
OK, no problem.. I go to screw them in and I realize that they be right
up against the wood and a little checking and I realize the electrical
work boxes need to be extended. No problem, I buy a box extender and I
realize they've not cut the chair rail enough for these to fit in...
So... I need to cut a bigger hole in this wood.
Which tool? Someone suggested a small circular saw and since I have
zero tools suggested I buy a cordless combo kit from Sears (Craftsman).
OK... I look at the tool kit and see a Reciprocating saw!?
Would that not be a better choice to use?
Or am I going about this all wrong?
Any suggestion a newbie website of where to use which tools for what?