A big challenge for sole traders and some small businesses in the trades is the question around space. For anyone looking to keep expensive tools and equipment safe, tradesman storage should be your first choice.
If you’re a carpenter, electrician or plumber, why spend a fortune on business premises which will mostly be used for storing tools? At the same time, you shouldn’t keep work tools at home, in the van or garage. It could easily lead to damage or theft which is simply an avoidable and unnecessary expense.
Are you a tradesman with an ever expanding array of tools? Modern developments mean a wider range of equipment is needed; one simple bag of basic tools just doesn’t cover things anymore.
Whether you’re a plumber, carpenter, electrician or gardener, your tools are your livelihood and need to be kept safe and secure when you’re not using them. The shed or garage may seem like a good easy solution allowing you to pop home and pick up or drop off whatever you need or don’t need for your jobs, or you can just load your van up for the day and take everything with you each time. But that means every time you’re on a job, your van is left unattended with all your equipment inside, or there’s equipment sitting at home. Whilst we’d like to think we all live in safe neighbourhoods, the reality is, you just don’t know who is around when you’re not and theft of vehicles for what is inside them is an increasing problem. Continue reading