Design of Garage Tool Storage

Mar 11th

In many homes, the garage is not just a place to park cars. Homeowners often hold tools, sports equipment, outdoor supplies and holiday decorations in the garage. Garage tool storage solutions are the key to keeping the space tidy, transparent and inviting. Storage solutions are available at home improvement and hardware stores as well as through online stores.

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If not the owner is fortunate enough to have a separate workshop, tools probably staying in the garage. A workbench is crucial for an organized tool storage system. Use frequently used tools such as hammer, screwdrivers and measuring tape on a tray. Consider buying tray-mount containers to keep regularly needed hardware such as gloss nail and hanger image. If you have many hand tools and lots of hardware, consider a rolling tool chest. These coffins usually stand 3 meters to 4 meters high and have drawers that vary in width and depth. They usually contain one or more lockable boxes,

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Cabinets and shelves

Open shelves and cabinets with doors offer options for storing larger items. Cabinets are a good storage solution for paint, chemicals or other toxic solutions. Consider purchasing a locking cabinet or adding a padlock to existing cabinet handles for added security. Safe cabinets are also a smart place to store expensive tools. Stacking plastic trays are popular storage containers for Christmas decorations and household overflows. But storage bins too high can cause them to fall. Storing filled containers on open shelves prevents tipping and at the same time provides easy access. Always remember to check the weight limits on shelves.