Garage workbench – A workbench can provide your garage with a useful surface for making small repairs or projects, as well as storing all the tools and materials you need to do so. Depending on how you are going to use it, you may want to maximize the space, be it work or storage space or maintain a balance between the two. Pre-built systems come in several styles to match your taste, or you can build your own.
Modular storage cabinets, cabinet / garage workbench systems are sold in most major home improvement stores, and are composed of various base sizes, wall and tall cabinets and workbench options to top base cabinets. If you are going to complete small repairs or unique projects, establish a system that focuses on storage. Choose a wide base cabinet and lower flank with two tall cabinets. Leave space next to the base, on the one hand, before the tall cabinet so you have room to slide a garbage bin or storage hamper underneath. Add two wall cabinets on the top one above the base and one above the basket slot and the top of the base with a sturdy solid wood counter.
If the workspace is your focus, build a garage workbench of sturdy wood at least 2 feet deep, along one wall of your garage or you can stand in the same space you have free. Add two shelves under the work table; place one just above the ground and the next about 15 to 18 inches up. Place metal or plastic storage containers along the platform, then add a cardboard sheet along the wall above the table for storing tools.