The Ergonomic Drywall Hawk provides maximum comfort to ones arms and wrist while performing the complete drywall compound application process.
- Safer and Easier To Use Than Conventional Drywall Hawk
- Allows For More Work To Be Done in Less Time
- Reduces the Chance of Repetitive Stress Injuries
- Supported by Removable Corner Feet
- Great for Contractors and Do-It-Yourselfers
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Valerie D. Rice of Lakelands, NS has created a drywall hawk with enhanced ergonomic properties.
One tool frequently used in dry walling work is that of the drywall hawk. This tool consists of a plate which holds drywall compound on top and a perpendicular handle on the bottom located at its center point. This allows the drywall worker to quickly apply drywall compound to the wall without returning to a central location whenever more compound is needed. However, one disadvantage of a drywall hawk is that the entire weight of the hawk, along with the contained compound, must be supported by the users hand. This obviously places a great deal of stress on the hand and wrist muscles and may result in repetitive stress injuries forcing the need for frequent rest and reduced productivity. In turn, Inventor Rice created the Ergonomic Drywall Hawk.
This clever new invention is safer and easier to use than conventional drywall hawks. It allows for more work to be done in less time. It reduces the chance of repetitive stress injuries. It is supported by removable corner feet. The Ergonomic Drywall Hawk is great for contractors and do-it-yourselfers! Act now!