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.
36 “Chrome Shelving, this shelf is vain in multiple widths. For the most part, I would like the 48-inch for width, but we also have a number of units that are 36 inches. The shelves are available in different heights such as costco shelves, as well. I use 72-inch units for most of our shelves. We also have a number of units that are 36 inches tall. They fit well under windows or beside a desk for additional space. (I like a lot of surface space for my work area!)
Pantry shelving systems pull-out is exactly what they sound like: shelves that pull out of wall. Professional builders install a permanent track system, which fit shelves. You pull and slide them out of wall. This pantry shelves include a stop which prevents too far to pull off shelf. Make your own version by placing deep aluminum pans, wire baskets or plastic dishpans on your shelves. When you need to find something in back of pantry, just pull pot or basket to you.
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