For many of us, the garage is a multifunctional space where we can store things, even our car sometimes, and where we can work on things such as DIY projects. To do so effectively, we need a space that is well organized, and that has everything we need to get the job done, close at hand. With this in mind, we have put together a list of four essential pieces of equipment that no discerning garage owner should be without.

A Quality Nail Gun

Nothing saves time and effort quite like good quality power tools, and a nail gun is up there with the best of them. As part of a wider compressed air tool kit, nail guns bring about a professional finish to work done on the house and garden and make fastening jobs quick, easy, and stress-free.

A Stable Workstation

It isn’t just great tools that make DIY and other domestic jobs easier; a stable workstation makes all the difference and allows you to work effectively and accurately. Whether you are needing to drill holes, cut materials to size or construct something, having a stable workstation is like having a second pair of hands with which to work.

A workstation also puts an end to scenarios where you are continually asking the family for help – “any chance you could just hold this for a minute?”

Socket and Spanner Sets

There is little as frustrating as getting started on a job only to realize that you don’t have the right sized socket or spanner to complete the work. With a comprehensive socket and spanner set, you will have no more need to worry; whatever the size you are looking for, you will be able to find it, all in one place.

The nature of such bits of kit means that everything is compact and well organized, so they also help with storage solutions.

Drill and Multibit Set

Strictly speaking, a drill and the multi-bit set is another form of power tool, but no self-respecting help guide would be complete without mentioning them. Arguably the holy grail of DIY these excellent tools are the most widely used items found in the garage.

Not only suitable for drilling holes, but they can also be used as screwdrivers, polishers, and cutters, by merely changing the attachment – be without them at your peril.

An uncluttered garage with a stock of essential tools holds the key to DIY and achieving results just like the professionals do.