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.
Steel prefabricated garage shelving is the best choice in this category. You can also purchase plastic shelving, which is OK for light items, but does not work well for storing heavier items. The big disadvantage of steel shelving is that the shelves cannot be cut to size. You are forced to work with standard measurements for depth and length of the shelves. Also, be sure that there are at least two different settings for shelf placement on the frame. The adjusting pins must be heavy-duty and should have something in place to prevent them from working loose or becoming accidentally dislodged.
Using corner shelving in your home not only optimizes your space but they also can be very aesthetically pleasing. Corner shelves are made in many different shapes and sizes. They also come in wood, plastic or metal. Corner shelves that are wood can really add to the decor of your home. The benefits of wood is that you can get all different types of varnishes that could really accent the other types of furniture in your home. Corner shelves that are metal are also very nice because a lot of times you can find corner shelving with ivy designs or straight shelves that look really nice.
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