Everything you need to become a storage pro

There’s nothing worse than looking for tools when you really need them. We will recommend the best storage accessories to make it a done deal.

TYPES OF STORAGE
TOOL CABINET
Do-it-yourselfers and handy people have dreamt of it since childhood. No wonder, cupboards and steel cabinets stand tall in a workshop or garage! They are also practical for stocking large tool collections.

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Most can be locked, many have multi-socket extension cords. Some even have USB charging ports.
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TOOL BOX
Store all of the tools you use on a regular basis in a tool box. Plastic boxes are lighter to transport. Steel boxes are heavier but also more durable.

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Some boxes also have detachable compartments, so you don’t have to use the entire tool box.
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To have even more storage space, look for fixed compartments that you can store on top of assorted cabinets with wheels.
TOOL TOTE BAGS
The ideal accessory to transport tools you need, when you need them.

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Certain models have shoulder straps, and are designed for you to work hands-free when you need it while allowing you to stay close to your tools.
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TRUCK TOOL BOX
For renovations that aren’t taking place at home, truck tool boxes are the most practical. Dirt and humidity won’t penetrate them. Certain models cover the width of the entire platform of the truck, while others can be installed on the sides; use both for optimal storage. By no means a luxury!

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If your hands are full, you’ll appreciate models with automatic dampers to open boxes. This isn’t a luxury !
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BRACKETS, PERFORATED PANNELS AND MURAL SUPPORT
The use of perforated panels is a wonderful way to maximize the available space on your walls, and to always have your tools within reach.

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These walls are easy to configure. You can change the placement of your tools as time goes by and your collection gets bigger.
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Storage tips
CLEAN THINGS UP

A simple broom sweep is not enough. To make more space in your workshop or garage, it’s always simpler to start with a deep clean. Admit it, you may be due!


Start by making three piles:

  • A pile of items to keep;
  • A pile of items to throw away;
  • A pile of items to sell or give away.
START FRESH
Organize objects you’ll keep by their theme or according to the use you have for them. For example, gather all your Christmas decorations in the same area. The same thing goes for gardening equipment. You can then more easily identify your storage needs.
ORGANIZE THE SPACE
By installing shelves at the right places, you will have more space for your larger items such as drills, circular saws, watering hoses and other gardening equipment. Complete your organization with safety storage cabinets. These can keep items such as oils, paints and thinners outside of children’s reach.
REGROUP YOUR LEAST USED ITEMS IN CONTAINERS
Some items only serve on rare occasions. Give a clean and organized look to your garage by storing them in transparent containers. These containers perfectly integrate underneath shelving and allow you to see what’s inside. They are even properly sealed, which will protect your things in case of flooding.
MAXIMIZE YOUR WALL SPACE
Better than cluttering up your floor, make good use of your walls to store more items. Hooks and perforated walls are particularly practical to give you access to everything you need. The floor is yours; work with it!
IMPROVE YOUR WORK SPACE
Create a practical work space with the addition of garage cabinets. Store within them all the tools you use regularly. A few of these cabinets also have wood surfaces, which only helps in starting your projects.

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