We all know you can borrow books from libraries.  Most libraries also offer music, videos, and audiobooks, but how many libraries allow you to borrow tools?  The Bucks County Free Library is now loaning out things like stud finders, levels, electricity usage meters and more.

The libraries website says "When the Check Engine light goes on, or you need to locate studs in a wall, or you want to know just how much energy your appliances are consuming, check out one of the tools in our new tool collection."

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The Bucks County Free Library, which was founded in 1956, has seven locations - Bensalem, Doylestown, Langhorne, Levittown, Perkasie, Quakertown, and Yardley-Makefield.  You must reside in Bucks County in order to borrow items from any of the branches.

Here is the complete list of tools that can be borrowed:

Car Engine Fault Code Reader
Infrared Thermometer
Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor
Laser Measure
Magnetic Torpedo Level
Measuring Wheel
Snap Chalk Line
Stud Finder

For more info on Bucks County Free Library and the new tool program, click here.