Garage & Workshop Seating
Professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike will appreciate the difficulty of trying to work on lower parts of the car, having to bend down or using a regular seat can result in aches and sometimes even injury. A better solution to this problem is by using a seat, stool or bench, specifically engineered for use in the garage and workshop setting.
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Draper WS-1-B Adjustable Work Seat£55.95
Draper WS-2-B Work Stool£55.95
Faithfull Seat On Wheels£48.95
Sealey Deluxe American Style Mechanics Utility Seat£55.95
Sealey Heavy Duty Pneumatic Workshop Stool£115.95
Sealey Mechanics Utility Seat and Step Stool
Sealey Pneumatic Height Adjustable Workshop Stool£145.95
Sealey Pneumatic Swivel Seat Workshop Stool£115.95
Sealey SCR15 Height Adjustable Mechanics Seat£81.95
Garage & Workshop Seating : Stools, Chairs, Benches
Professional mechanics and auto enthusiasts alike will appreciate the difficult of trying to work on lower parts of the car. Having to bend down or use a regular seat can result in aches and sometimes even injury. A solution to this problem is by using a seat specifically engineered for use in the garage and workshop setting.
Each seat designed for use in the workshop and garage has 3 main key features. The first is that is has a padded seat. Of course, this is to ensure that you are comfortable when working for long periods of time. Second, they have castor wheels attached to the legs, allowing to move around in the seat easily. This means that when you are working on a car you won’t have to keep getting up to move the seat into the best position. Instead, you can wheel about whilst on it, helping you save time and remain comfortable.
Finally, they also come equipped with a tray to store tools. This means you can keep a selection of tools for the job nearby and move them around with you as you work, whilst always ensuring easy access to them, again saving time.
These types of seats are generally designed for use when working on cars, whether that is in a business garage setting or your own personal garage workshop at home. However, they have some additional uses. First, they can be used on DIY projects that require you to be low down for prolonged periods of time, such as installing radiators or painting skirting boards. Second, they can be used to assist with gardening projects. So long as there is a flat surface for them to move on (a patio would be ideal) then you can use them to help plant and maintain your garden. Finally, they are an asset to any general man cave type environment, from crafting hobbies to gaming.
Benefits of Garage & Workshop Seating
Of course, the main benefit to using a specifically designed workshop and garage seat is to prevent injury. This is possible due to the different height positions that the seat can be set at. As a result, you will be able to work on low parts of the car without having to bend down, allowing you to get the work down without causing harm to your back.
Using a garage workshop seat also allows for efficiency. This is due to the wheels and tool tray attached to it. You will be able to manoeuvre about on your project quickly and comfortably, as well as always keeping a supply of useful tools nearby. No need to remember which side of the car you put them on, they’ll be on the tray underneath. Lastly, using a seat engineered for the garage environment will be cost effective in comparison to a regular chair. This is because they are crafted using strong material, which will ensure it lasts a long time, meaning it won’t need to be replaced as often.