Metal shelves offer the greatest amount of flexibility, as they are well equipped to support a lot of weight and may be spaced out in any way that the homeowner chooses. If you do go with this option, self- installation will generally require you to use a drill, a screwdriver and a level. Each of these tools can be purchased relatively inexpensively, and generally require little expertise to operate.
They can be purchased one shelf at a time or as a complete unit. Some shelving that is placed directly on the wall will use brackets to hold the them steady. Brackets also come in many different sizes, styles and materials. If shelving is needed for the inside of closets or is to be hung on doors then complete units are typically the most popular choice.
Heavy Duty Shelving - These can be compared to pallet shelving in that they can hold a lot of weight but they usually have a more professional look which allows them to be used in many more places, including in the home.
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