For industrial purposes, metal shelving is the ultimate choice as it is durable and strong for storing huge and bulky goods. These have shelved capacities that vary from 300 pounds to 1000 pounds. Shelving depths usually range from 12" to 36"; heights range from about 39" to 123"; and widths range from approximately 36" to 48". Metal shelving is generally placed in a movable passage so that maximum storage space is created.
However, the bathroom is not the only place that can benefit from this type of storage object. The garage is a prime location for custom shelves designed to house objects of that need to be easily accessible or are of are heirlooms that need to be prominently displayed in order to be enjoyed on a daily basis. For these items glass floating wall shelves attached with sturdy metal brackets secured with screws and bolts can be the right answer. When selecting the glass for use as storage shelves in a garage it is vitally important to ascertain that the tempered glass can bear the load placed upon it.
Not only can you find some good looking corners shelves that could possibly hold your stereo speakers, but you can also find them in a floating shelf design. A floating shelf is just a shelf that attaches to the wall via a bracket that has two or three rods protruding outwards. The self simply slides onto the rods, and then locks in from an access screw or hex nut located on the bottom of the shelf.
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