Jan 022014
 

So – one of my dreams is to do wood working.  I want my own tool bench.  I want my own tools from the littlest screwdriver to a nice table saw.  I want a huge work space where I can leave something and move onto something else while waiting for glue to dry or stain to set in.  With all this – I want a professional toolbox!

There are many professions that require professional toolboxes. People who do installation and repairs, general maintenance, or auto or large machine upkeep must have reliable tools in order to properly perform their jobs. The tools must be protected at all times and protected through many field conditions that would ordinarily make them vulnerable. Wetness or dampness and work situations that would allow tools to be separated and easily left behind should be avoided in order to extend the life of tools.  As with anything – you take care of it – it will take care of you.

I think the rolling tool chest is one of the best solutions for both those who need tools for work and those who have serious home tool kits. The home owner who doubles as a skilled DIY handyman or who takes on new add-on projects on a regular basis will find it easy to be able to roll their tools to the exact location of their project. The rolling tool chest takes up quite a bit more room than the job box or portable tool box, but it keeps everything in one place for easy retrieval.  One is more apt to put the tool back where it belongs rather than setting it someplace else with the tool chest being beside them.

The drawers on the rolling chest are what make it distinctive from other types. They are varied sizes and depths to ensure they can hold several different size tools. Both the simple flat-head screwdriver and the large power drill could fit right into the ball bearing sliding drawer system. The chest is typically made of stainless steel or powder-coated steel.

It sits on casters to enable easy moving to different work spaces or to make room in the place where it is usually stored, when needed. These chests are often kept in garages and may need to be shifted to make room for cars and other garage-kept items. The shift is a lot easier when the cabinet, weighted down with tools, does not have to lifted in order to be moved.

Whether in work or home spaces, the rolling tool chest is a dream come true for those who like to be truly organized. There is no surfing through clutter or large heap piles to find the right tool. Every tool has its place inside the chest and can be easily recovered when someone needs it to finish a job. Nothing is more appealing for the task of repair than this kind of order. The DIY guru also will appreciate this kind of easy access. It is a relief to spend more time on the beauty of the project instead of the location of the tools.

Are you someone who owns a rolling tool chest?  How’s it work out for you?

  8 Responses to “Professional Toolboxes Keep You Organized”

Comments (8)
  1. toolboxes are great, i always give tem as gifts to help others stay organized lol

  2. Toolboxes are awesome. My grandma had an old one made from real metal (that you can carry around) and it was red. I used to think it was so cool.

  3. I HAD MY OWN TOOL BUCKET WITH THE POUCHES. IT WAS GREAT TILL EVERY ONES ELSE GOT THEIR HANDS ON IT NOW THEY ARE EVERY WHERE. I HAD EVERYTHING IN THAT BUCKET U COULD NEED AROUND THE HOUSE. I ALSO HAVE A BAND SAW, TABLE SAW, POWER CROSS CUT/MITER SAW, I HAVE IT ALL & EVERYONE HAS HAS USED IT & LEFT IT A MESS

    • Karen – I can so sympathize with you! I had a bucket just like that – all the tools disappeared in my too. I also had a drawer in the kitchen – they disappeared from that drawer, as well. Now for in the house, I have this little tool bag my FIL bought me – I’m lucky to find a hammer in it. It’s so frustrating to not be able to find what I’m looking for when I need it!

  4. I love my toolbox I got for Christmas. It is wonderful to keep me organized

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