Surprisingly robust, affordable and even attractive, plastic shelves and cabinets are a growing trend for organizing basements and garages. There is little to fault with plastic shelves and cabinets. They are easy to assemble and install. They fit almost any budget and come in many configurations as you have items in your basement for storage.
When buying wood, you also need to consider of trim, if any, you plan to use. Most home improvement stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s carry a huge selection of decorative wood trim. You also need to bracket to support Lowes shelving units. Other materials needed are finishing nails, wood screws, wood glue and paint or stain. To install, you must also use a drill and level.
Some of the factors for choosing closet shelves include dimensions, materials, flexibility, appearance and affordability. Options include a built-in more permanent system or a portable unit tiered shelves. Wall-mounted shelves offer a more permanent fixture. Standards vertical rails or shelf brackets allow setting at different heights. The shelves reeling allow greater flexibility. These vertical standards can screw into the cabinet wall or suspended from a suspension system. The Costco shelving is part of storage of two or more fixed shelves allow portability from one space to another. Lightweight materials may include aluminum or plastic.
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