Almost everybody has had helps from a friend put in a renovation, or helped with some decorating. Often there was an issue with transporting tools or fitting a large item into the car. Home DIY people only deal with this on an occasional basis. Professionals, on the other hand, know that time is money. They cannot afford to be delayed by transport issues, fitting things into the back of a car, or making sure they remembered the right tools. Instead, they have a vehicle that is already prepared for the task. Amateurs put their toolbox in the back of the family car and hop for the best. Professionals have the trade vehicle set up aluminum tool boxes ready for (almost) anything.
Advantages of a UTE Storage Box System
- Increase Productivity. When everything is ready in your vehicle you save time, so you can get more work done in a day. This means the storage system pays for itself.
- Professional Looks. this shows the client that you are a serious pro who knows the job well.
- Accurate Inventory with a UTE Drawer System. Know where everything is, and know straight away if something is missing.
- Ergonomics – have the heavy item near the door, so you don’t have to dig them out of the back of the van. Have a retractable ladder to reach the rook rack.
- Better Protection. Have delicate meters and measuring equipment in their own padded compartment. Keep heavy rolls of cable and pipe separate.
- Increased visibility – Install some good lighting in the vehicle, and have everything neatly laid out.
- Safety – Neatly packed tools and supplies are much safer than loose equipment. And other fittings like rearview cameras and parking sensors also prevent accidents.
Need to install UTE Drawer System?
Permanently installed shelves and draws in a van or truck make for a far better professional operation. Everything is can be organized and safe. Contact us now for a UTE Drawer system for the vehicle to be always ready for a job and on-call!
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