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A pegboard can help organize your tools and work area. Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com shares this new, metal pegboard tool ...
storage system. It looks like the older style peg board, but uses these new fantastic pegboard hooks.
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Where in the world is that coefficient of continuity tester? No, that is not it. I do not know about you, but I get frustrated sometimes when I look at my own tool storage area, because I am unorganized. Well, not anymore. Wait till I will show this incredible new tool storage system.
I know what you are thinking. You are thinking this peg board. It has got the holes like pegboard, but this is a better system. These are steel modular panels, and it has got these fantastic multipurpose hooks that interlock into those vertical slots so that when you put a tool on and take it off, it does not come out like the old-fashioned peg board.
These panels are about half-an-inch thick, so you can put them directly on walls that you want or if you have a wall that is already dry walled, it is not a problem. You attach it right to the drywall, and use these screws that come with the product. These are 16 inches wide and 32 inches high, and you can put as many as you want side to side, or top to bottom to completely cover an entire wall.
Notice how these ones are narrow. So if you have just got a small spot where you want to hang a few things, they have got a panel just like this as well. If you are a tool freak, you might also be a real sports nut. Well, guess what? These companies thought of it all. Check this out. Are you a Bearcats fan? Well, get some red ones. How about a Bengals fan? Check that out.
Well, maybe you are just one of those real nick freaks, and you want a white one, or Ozzy Osbourne, maybe you want some Black Sabbath panels. And if you are into retro, look at this brushed aluminum. It is an amazing system. If you want to get your walls under control, this is what you want.
I am Tim Carter of AskTheBuilder. If you want to discover more home-improvement tips, go to AskTheBuilder.com.