Start with the bottom most shelf. The largest and heaviest items should go here. Do you have some large heavy books? Or a collection of large books? Or you could slide some really nice woven baskets onto the bottom shelf and have them hold your paperback stash. The point here is that the bottom shelf should have the weight.. both the visual weight and the actual weight. The items you place on this shelf don't necessarily have to be books. Maybe a large vase or urn... or a large globe.
You may dream about remodeling or completely renovating your garage; but, when you look at the budget, you know it is not going to happen. So, how to you get that extra storage space that you need so badly? Well... the first step is to develop a good garage shelving plan.
If your resources will permit, you can also opt for stainless steel shelves to save on space and time. When it comes to beauty and durability, stainless steel shelves are very hard to beat. You can use them as a mobile shelf which you can easily transport from place to place or a static shelf which is fixed in a location. The added benefit of stainless steel industrial shelves is that they are easy to clean, very durable, fully secured and stable.
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