Allan Leed started Allan's Tiles back in 2011. He currently has two employees in the company, doing all kinds of masonry work, but specializes in tile. The headquarters is located in Humlebæk a little south of Elsinore, and the car, Allan Leed use in the daily his work, is a Fiat Ducato van from 2017, which he has had since it was new. He has been responsible for the interior design of the load area.
Photo: Robert Tillitz
Who: Allan Leed, 33 years old
the Owner of the allans chainsaw Tiles
Show us your load area, master!A shelter under the shower, a comfortable seat in the lunch break and a place for everything, you just need to use. The load area plays such a big role in many craftsmen's everyday lives, that they can quickly come to reflect their owners in one way or another.Allan Leeds' load area is the most recent of which Extra Magazine, the Craftsman has visited in a series on the craftsman's rolling workshop.Stand your load area out a little from the usual, or do you know one that does, please write to: email@example.com
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I bought the car a year and a half ago, and it took me a Saturday morning to make the shelves and decorate the load area so it was perfect for my needs, says Allan Leed.
- I have even decorated all the bookcases. Cut and made it so that everything is easy to get a hold of when I need to use it. I have sorted it such that the power tools and screwdrivers located in the system on the top shelf, says Allan Leed.
- It is quite clearly the best about the car is lofthøjden. It is the perfect that you can stand up. I have had many low cars, and this is something the dung. Have you once had a high car, so you will never back again. I can easily reach everything up on the upper shelves, says Allan Leed.
- I have even put the lights up in the ceiling of the car. It is some cheap LED lamps, I have set up, and then lit up in the load area. It is really good in these dark times, says Allan Leed.
- the Whisk is what I use the most. The I can't live without, I mix everything with it. Mortar, concrete and microcement. So it makes sense to have it hanging extremely, says Allan Leed.