Assembly solutions The setup of racks is often the most important factor when it comes to the overall efficient use of space, and there are a number of rack solutions to choose from when it comes satisfying a particular need. Though ideal for boxes and other stable items shelf racks may include the option of wire baskets for items that do not sit securely in place. Cantilever racks, on the other, make a convenient rack solution for unwieldy items such as lumber, while sheet racks ideal for storing sheets of drywall, plywood, or even doors. When larger solutions are needed, stack-able racks may be preferred, as additional these allow additional levels to be added when necessary.
Basic garage shelving can be constructed using a piece of ¾" plywood cut to the dimensions you need and set on heavy-duty shelf brackets. The brackets are mounted directly to studs using long screws. The shelf is then placed on top and attached to the brackets. To strengthen the shelf and ensure that it will hold heavy boxes or equipment, you should add a support brace to each stud.
Glass - Frosted or clear glass shelves are best in contemporary bathrooms, but may also be an attractive contrast to an ornate bathroom. Glass shelving is usually mounted on either two side brackets or hidden wall mounts behind it. Glass shelves are especially attractive when installed as tier shelves, with all the shelves the same size or graduating from large to small as they go up the wall. Frosted glass is best if you want hidden mounts. Glass is the easiest to clean, but also the most prone to cracks. When shopping, look for tempered glass for safety.
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