Setting up a professional workplace
Wednesday 17 August 2022
A good workshop allows you to do a better job and make your work more enjoyable. In this article you will read how to set up a professional workshop.
Make efficient use of the available space
Handyman requires a lot of space to move around, but also space for storing tools and displaying equipment. It is desirable to have a large space available, but also in a small(er) space you can create spaciousness.
For example, you can hang tools and large(er) supplies that you use often on the walls so that you can access them quickly and easily. Installing storage racks or shelving units is also a practical way to store materials. Finally, even the ceiling can be used to store items; by using a pulley, you can easily hoist boxes, equipment or larger supplies like a ladder from Skyworks.co.uk, up (and out of the moving space).
Have a structured toolbox
DIY involves a large amount of tools, so chaos is always lurking. To avoid chaotic scenes, it is wise to purchase a good, collapsible toolbox, in which (small) tools can be stored, but also screws, nuts, bolts and other small tools are sorted.
You can also choose to attach (frequently used) tools to the wall by means of a hanging system.
Choose a sturdy, high-quality workbench
Ultimately, you will use the workbench for almost every job. This means that it will be used very intensively. It is therefore advisable to pay careful attention to this: make sure the workstation is sturdy, placed near a power outlet, you can walk around it and it has an ergonomic working height.
If you have limited space available, you can opt for a collapsible and/or mobile workbench. That way it is going to stand in the way and you can move the workbench without difficulty.