These Freedom Rail Profile Shelf Clip-On Hooks are great for keeping tools and accessories organized on your Freedom Rail garage s…torage system. These durable snap hooks install onto the front of any size granite profile wire shelving, and are great for hanging tools, sports equipment and gardening tools.Freedom Rail Profile Shelf Clip-On Hooks FeaturesStylish granite finish matches Freedom Rail garage shelving and hardware.Heavy duty construction.Hooks designed to fit tightly on and around the wire of the shelving.Storage hooks slide and clip onto the front of any depth of Freedom Rail profile wire shelving.Utilizes the front or back profile lip for leverage to provide sturdy hanging storage.Installs in mere seconds to provide convenient hanging storage for accessories on a Freedom Rail garage system.Snap hooks are great for hanging tools, chains, ropes, gardening tools, bike helmets, sporting goods and more. read more

This small cupboard holds frequently used items such as hand tools and gardening gloves right out in the garden, saving trips back and forth to the garage or shed. The cubby, which can be mounted on a wall or set on a bench, features a fold-down door that doubles as a potting surface. Build your own DIY cupboard.

Whether you’re seeking additional space for your unorganized items or fitting out a brand new workspace, Harbor Freight Tools is the place to go for all of your storage and organizational needs. Our tool chests and roller cabinets are the best way to complement your current line-up of tool storage from the massive 72”, 18 Drawer Glossy Red Industrial Roller Cabinet to the smaller 27”, 11 Drawer Black Roller Cabinet Combo. Or, add on the 18” Glossy Red End Cabinet to your tool chest for storing larger items and equipment. Whatever you’re looking for, we’ve got plenty of options to fit your requirements with low prices you won’t find anywhere else.

I’m a woman in my sixties. I own and use the tools. I take care of my tools. When my husband or son use them, they rarely get put back where they belong. It looks like I’ll have to follow your lead and set up a wall so I can immediately see if there’s something lost in the garage someplace. I’ll give them two days to put it back or go out and buy a more expensive version. Then if it was my son who is negligent, take the cost out of his next birthday or Christmas gift money.

You can free up valuable floor and wall space with a sturdy ceiling-mounted storage unit. Ideal for infrequently used belongings and items best stored out of reach, the HyLoft® Super Pro unit holds up to 600 pounds and can be installed in any garage. Photo courtesy of Hyloft

Gardening – Green-fingered souls among us can keep their plants in order in a space devoted to gardening. Transform a tired shed by adding practical storage to store pots, gardening tools, watering-cans and cloches. Add a workstation and chair for planting jobs, plus an outdoor radio for entertainment.

Dad came up with a pretty good idea for storing all the garden tools he had floating around in his garage. First he purchased a used (empty) 50 gallon barrel from a local food processor for around $16. the barrel’s top is permanently sealed, but it has two large threaded holes in it. He cleaned out the residue from the original contents (molassas) using hot water and some dish soap. Using a 2 1/8 hole saw, he drilled 14 more holes into the top (in addition to the two holes already in it) giving the top of the barrel a total of 16 useable holes. By pouring four gallons of 1.5- round river rock through the 18 holes he gives the barrel enough weight and stability so that it won’t tip over with the tools in it, but still be easy to move around the garage. The only thing I didn’t show in the video was that I would drill some small drainage holes in the bottom of the barrel if I was going to store it outside. (This is why you want to use round river rock as it will not compact (like crushed rock) and will allow water drainage through the rock.) As long as the holes in the bottom of the barrel are smaller than the round rock it would allow water to drain, but not let the rocks fall out the bottom. Dad’s storing his tools inside so no need to drill drainage holes.

About once a month, carefully observe the door as you open and close it. If you hear or see anything unusual, take a closer look at it. The regular motion could easily loosen up some of the hardware, so take a few minutes to tighten everything up. Also, be sure that tracks, tires, and other moving parts are properly lubricated.

If you’re a fool for tools, this spacious yet compact shelving unit was designed for you. The Frontgate Garden Tool Organizer, made of chrome-finished tubular steel, has a 500-pound weight capacity on its two shelves and features a hefty pouched attachment to hold even more. Available at Frontgate; $179 (casters sold separately).

Cut and screw together the sides and ends with the ends protruding 1 in. beyond the sides. Drill holes in the top of the ends for a 3/4-in. dowel handle and tap it in the holes before assembling the ends and sides. Drill the 3/8-in. storage holes in the top edges of the sides before assembly.

Mount the pegboard to the wall studs or furring strips using lathe screws (Image 1). Normal drywall or wood screws will work, however, the large washer head of lathe screws will help prevent tear-through when mounting heavy items. Tighten the screws snug but don’t over drive and break the pegboard. Continue installing screws 12-inches on-center vertically and at every stud or furring strip horizontally (Image 2).

Ultimate 30ft tool wall showing off all my hand tools and some power tools ( festool systainers ). My custom storage system allows me to store my hand planes, chisels, hand saws, files, bessey clamps, marking tools and gauges, as well as my sand paper and glues. There is even a bench vice and tail vice. Perfect shop organisation for woodworking and furniture making.

1. MULTIPURPOSE: The 12 hand tools are perfect for all your garden needs, such as digging, weeding, loosening soil, transplanting, watering, sawing, cutting, measuring and fix plants to trellis or stake for indoor and outdoor gardens.2. … more