1. Tool chests are larger than the average tool box and can be tall and narrow or short and wide. It's common to find them with a large compartment for larger tools plus smaller drawers and compartments to hold small and medium-sized tools.
2. Consider a tool chest that can double as a one-step-high stool or low worktable. These will need to be made of strong plastic or metal and not bend or flex under considerable weight.
3. Kennedy tool chests are durable and come in a rust-resistant, powder coat finish. Larger Kennedy tool chests can come with more drawers, rollers, and can even combine with tool cabinets and work stations.