A popular line from a once-aired television show was “More power!” For those who use tools professionally or casually, that almost-battle cry is a familiar one. Whether you are a vehicle repair technician, a carpenter, handyman or just an garage enthusiast, having the right storage compartment for your tools and peripheral equipment can mean the difference between effective or defective equipment or accessible or lost equipment.
Toolbox or tool cabinet designs may seem very similar, but that’s true only in the basic function is the same: They are designed for not only tool inventory control but also for neatness and organization. For example, the Waterloo toolboxes at EliteToolBoxes.com and other online or offline suppliers come in not just different colors but also different numbers of slide drawers, heights and capacity. You get different shelving options called hutches as well. Two to four shelves resting above multiple drawers provide lots of inside space for casual storage for soon-needed equipment as well as oversized tools and accessories. Some supply external shelving as well, handy for resting wrenches, rags, hoses and nuts for the short term.
Many toolbox cabinets with a simple stacked configuration also have optional or supplemental and matching side cabinets to further expand your organizational choices. You never have to suffer through the aggravations and frustrations of a too-small or disorganized toolbox again.