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The right garage tool storage makes it easier to find the items you need quickly, and it protects your investments from damage. Organized hardware allows for fast and correct completion of projects and repairs. Many types of storage systems offer customization to fit individual needs and preferences. Shelving and racks also free up floor space so that there is more room in a garage or workshop.
Metal and wooden pegboard panels are an easily customizable garage tool storage option. Rows of holes accept hooks and other types of hangers, including shelves and hanging bins. Metal pegboard provides the additional option of attaching magnetic hangers. Place hooks and shelves wherever best suits your storage needs, which makes tools easier to pick up and retrieve. They also take up less room than toolboxes. Pegboard is one of many types of storage organization methods that has other applications in the home, such as holding kitchen pots and pans. Garage shelving is another way to free up floor space with vertical storage. Choose from specialized holders specifically for wrenches, screwdrivers and other common implements. There are rolling and stationary shelves as well as additional liners to increase support and stability.
Whether you use a stationary or a portable rolling tool box, spacious drawers accommodate multiple tools while keeping them from touching and potentially scratching each other. Keeping wrenches, pliers and drills in appropriate garage storage protects them from damage and helps ensure their continued optimal and reliable performance. Use customizable foam sheets for added padding and to keep your gear from moving around during transport.
When working with hardware fasteners such as nuts, bolts and screws, it is important to use the correct size for the current task. A tool organizer box with multiple small drawers offers a convenient place to sort hardware, so you can quickly find the right size screw or nail. Most have transparent drawers for easier identification of the contents, and they also allow for labeling. Portable hardware cases have a clear lid over divided compartments to keep each hardware size separated. Some forms of closet organization shelving also serve as a convenient means of storing extra or infrequently used tools and materials.
Making tools mobile is essential for doing jobs around large workshops or between job sites. Rolling tool cabinets with handles move smoothly across the garage floor and keep implements within convenient reach. Larger tool chests often work with smaller, more portable tool boxes that detach from the bigger portion. Structured foam tool boxes combine durability with being lightweight and are easy to carry while still being sturdy enough to protect their contents. Some even have cup holders in the lid so that you can enjoy a refreshing beverage while on the job. Tool belts have multiple pouches and pockets to keep items accessible and ready to retrieve while you are on the move.