Home Decor Ideas
Just curious, but wouldn't it be much, much stronger if one was to use 2' x 4' joist hangers instead? I would use vertical pieces in between the shelves on all 4 corners of each shelf, but if not putting a 'lot of weight' on the shelves, I would assume that joist hangers would be sufficient? *edit: when I mean joist hangers, I mean the supports in between the cross members. I would think you would only need 2 or 3 inside supports on each side as well*
Do not follow this example. Build the shelves and then fasten them to the wall. You have no strength in those shelves!
You forgot step 1: "Ensure your garage floor is flat and level" If it isn't, abandon project.
Hey wabash…where is ur dam video …ur so good at critizing others lets c what u got……
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Then when you fill the shelves with items it will break and fall to the ground because all you have supporting all the weight is a few screws. Poor construction and basically no instructions.
Make sure you give props to Ana White for the idea… https://youtu.be/cTxRBckenI4
I made it too few weeks ago. Want to know how ? just look for woodprix website.
Very good well done ?
Is there a cut list or plans located somewhere?
That’s assuming you don’t have a downward slant to your garage floor to allow for drainage.
Thanks for my new summer project
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