Find specialised tools at Roger's Tools and More

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Instead of looking all over Wagga for that intricate tool, head straight to Roger’s Tools and More at 43 Pearson Street.

Tools and supplies for any job or project can be found at the locally owned and operated store.

Roger’s Tools and More has been in operating for the past six years offering personalised service and unique items.

There’s nothing worse than struggling to find tools or supplies during a project which is what triggered Roger Pollock to open his store in the first place.

“We specialise in the unique and products that are outside the box,” he said.

“If you can’t find it and I don’t have it I'll get it for you or give it my best crack.

“I get things that no one else wants to.”

Mr Pollock worked in the industry for more than 30 years before he opened his store.

“I saw key things missing from the market in Wagga,” he said.

“I wanted to be able to supply those items and it’s every guys dream to own his own business.”

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Mr Pollock is passionate about all things building and DIY projects and enjoys finding new and innovative tools and equipment.

“I’m reasonably hands on and interested in what I sell,” he said.

“I like finding new things and if I see a need and practically for it I will pass it onto my customers who I think it will be an advantage for.”

Mr Pollock goes above and beyond for his customers to ensure they get the best advice and buy the right products.

If he isn’t familiar with a project he draws on his strong network of contacts who can offer him advice which he passes onto customers.

When he first opened he started small and concentrated on building a clientele with tradesmen.

Today he is heavily involved with the menshed due to his ability to source specialised wood work tools and supplies.

Mr Pollock is looking to expand his business and attract more retail customers who may currently use bigger businesses and chain stores.

It is this expansion which triggered him to move the business to 43 Pearson Street for a larger shop and better location.

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