Garage. Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 22:01:25 PM
Determine The Use For starters, you need to determine what your garage is for. Is it just a shelter for the family vehicle? Do you plan to repair your bicycle or any appliances in it? Do you plan to use it for storage purposes? So on and so forth. By asking yourself these questions, you will have a general idea on what a garage really is.
If actual floor space is not a critical issue there are floor mounted heavy duty shelves for home garages available. These shelves come in three to five tiers high and can hold up to 1200 pounds shelf on the three tier models or 700 pounds per shelf on the five tier models. Do not fill all your available wall space with shelves. A garden tool organizer can be a wise use of floor space and remember to keep a place for your lawn mower. Planning is the first step but it must be followed by putting your equipment back in the planned spaces when not in use.
The decking is the final component in a shelving system and also comes in a variety of styles and materials. The most common materials include wire, steel, plastic, particleboard and solid wood. Again the strength of the material is governed by its thickness. Both wire and steel decking is measured in gauge while plastic, particleboard and solid wood is measured in thickness, usually in inches. It is important to note that a shelving system may only be rated for its support frame and the material used for the decking may not support the stated load capacity.
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