Buying an HVAC tool bag is something that very much must fit the user.
A tool bag can be the best available and will not be any good unless it feels right to the person using it.
Many things can effect this from the pocket layout to the handles used to carry it about.
Everyone will have their own idea on what makes a good HVAC tool bag so lets have a look of some popular units available.
There are many units available with some of our favorite picks below.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure a bag is a good fit for you.
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Our Picks for Best HVAC Tool Bags
- VETO PRO PAC TP4 Technician Tool Pouch
- Bucket Boss
- Veto Pro Pac TECH-LC
- CLC Custom L245
VETO PRO PAC TP4 Technician Tool Pouch
The VETO TP4B is a great open tool bag designed specifically for an HVAC technician.
Bucket Boss The Bucketeer Bucket Tool Organizer in Brown, 10030
Using a standard five gallon bucket as been used forever as an easy tool carrier.
I often load tools into a five gallon bucket for installs, service calls require a more professorial look but for quick loading and a handle along with a rope can quickly be raised to a roof, five gallon buckets have their place.
Veto Pro Pac TECH-LC Tool Bag
This bag from Veto Pro Pac was built specially for HVAC technicians.
It is made of neoprene so it is built to last.
CLC Custom Leathercraft L245 18-Inch CLC Custom Leathercraft Tech Gear Dual Compartment Tool Carrier with LED Lighted Handle, 1-Pack (Only bag)
The CLC Custom L245 has 42 pockets and has a nice design.
There is no doubt many good options for tool bags available for heating and cooling technicians.
From cheap to expensive there is lots of different styles for carrying tools.
The main point will be what works for you making your job easier and done quicker.
Often what works for one person doesn’t work for another.
One person may have larger tools they like or be left handed which changes the way a case is carried.
The above cases are simply ones that we like and use.
Whichever tool bag is bought be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure it is a good fit for you.