how to assemble metal shelving | ehow
The durability and various sizes of metal storage shelves make this a great choice when you need more shelves.Almost anywhere around the house, metal shelves are a good choice and can be painted to match the decor of the room if needed.
Metal shelves are usually sold in a box.If you are a woman like me, it is not big to drag a big and heavy box into the house alone, then open the box in the car.Then carry the metal rack and other items into the house several at a time.Do anything that is comfortable for you.
Holding the instructions in hand, arrange the metal shelves according to the grouping shown in the instructions.This trivial step is actually crucial.It allows you to determine if you have all the parts and when you start assembling the shelves it helps to keep the organization of the items.
This seems to be a given, but not everyone reads the instructions that come with the metal shelf unit.Take the time to actually read each step.Emphasize any words such as \"must be...\\\' or \\\'Repeat...\\\'.Make sure the first step is correct before repeating it two or three times or four times.
If the instructions indicate that a piece of metal shelf needs to be used and the arrow points above, remember to look for the arrow before installing it.Then you won\'t be upset.
Most metal shelving units are equipped with columns (or legs), shelves, screws and brackets or brackets to fix the unit.Assemble the four pillars and the bottom shelf from the bottom.If you are instructed to hold the rack in place, or twist it into a stop screw on every four pillars or something like that, do so before entering the next shelf.
Move to the next metal shelf and install as per instructions.When all the shelves are in place, add any end cap and adjust the flatfoot as needed.
Some people are better than others in assembling things like metal shelves.Patience, deep breathing and frequent breaks, you can assemble metal racks like a professional.