Easy Ideas Garage Wall Shelves
Garage wall shelves – Take advantage of open space in your garage by covering empty walls with storage shelves. To do this, you can buy prefabricated metal shelving. Bolt the components together and secure the shelves to the wall, but there is a cheaper and easier way to get the job done. Use cheap 2-by-4-inch lumber and some sheets of plywood. It will only take a couple of hours to prepare and assemble the components using common hand tools.
Place an electronic stud locator through the wall. The instrument will be a beep or a laser beam cuts the mold wall when the edge of a stud is reached. Then, mark the edges, along with the approximate center point of each beam on the wall with a pencil. Place a long bubble level vertically over each half stud point. Center of the bubble and trace a vertical guide line along the wall. To mark the attachment points for the horizontal support beams.
Place a tape measure vertically against the left of the wall near the steel corner. Mark three shelf positions evenly spaced on the wall, with enough space under the lower shelf to act as a storage space. Place a long spirit level on each mark. Center the horizontal guide lines bubble and scribe through the wall to mark the top edges of your shelves.