Some different tool storage organizers are rolling cabinets, tool bags, truck boxes and pegboards, according to Grainger.com and GoodHousekeeping.com. For small parts and tools, such as nails and screws, users can use stacking drawers or compartment cases to separate and store these items.
The type of tool storage organizer that customers purchase depends on their needs, as many different shapes and sizes exist, notes Grainger.com. Rolling carts are large pieces of furniture that can hold complete tool sets, and they are on wheels so that users can easily move them as the need arises. Tool bags are ideal for quick and easy transport of a few select tools, while truck boxes allow long-term and portable storage for items that are used on a regular basis. Jobsite boxes are another storage option that allow users to securely store their tools on location so they do not need to be transported on a regular basis.
Another storage option for tools is hanging storage. Rather than store their tools away in bins, users can hang sheets of peg board and use peg hooks to hang their hand tools. This allows users to quickly and easily see and find all of their tools. This option is ideal for tools that regularly remain in one place.