Updating your garage
DIYers with a larger haul of tools should consider a roller-cabinet-and-chest combo that's at least 16 inches deep and 26 inches wide.
For a step above what you might find at big-box stores, try Strictly Toolboxes' aptly named Extreme toolboxes.
If you're prone to dropping and losing small parts or hardware, a quick scan across the floor with a worklight can spare you a trip to the hardware store.
Trust me, no one has ever said, "I regret buying a good bench vise." So when looking for your first bench vise, resist the urge to buy the cheapest one you can find.
Sometimes just adding one of these lamps to an otherwise dimly lit garage can lead to noticeably better visibility.
A portable worklight, such as the Might D Light is also a must-have, even if you don't plan on peering into crevices or under your car.
Installation is far easier with tiles, and they offer numerous color and style options.
Race Deck is one of the best garage-floor tile manufacturers on the market, and we've heard nothing but positive feedback about their products and customer service.