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.
When cost and durability are important, storage racks can offer some easy shelving ideas to make the most of the space that you have. Shelves are often costly and can become damaged far too easily, and at the same time they may be inadequately designed to neatly store the items that you are intending to organize. Racks can prove to be more cost efficient than conventional shelving units, in addition, they are much more versatile, fitting into almost any available space.
When we think of storage units for the home, people often think of the bedrooms or even the kitchen, and of course who could forget about areas like the garage. However, in many people's minds, rooms like a living room or a family room are not always a place where they might typically think is in need of storage. When you think of shelves for the home a common area like a family room or a den is a perfect place for additional storage.
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