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.
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.
When purchasing these types of shelves, you should ensure that they come with a protective coating such as chrome that will ensure the shelves resist rust and last a lifetime. The shelves with a protective coating will also look good for very long. The shelves can save you money in the long run because unlike wooden shelves, you do not have to recoat, repaint or replace them. You should therefore not worry about their initial prices, even though they may cost more than other shelves.
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