Storage Cabinet. Sunday , December 17th , 2017 - 21:29:15 PM
Garage storage systems are made from several materials, such as MDF (wood composite) with an acrylic coating, metal as well as aluminum. The aluminum cabinets will be the priciest with the wood being the lowest in cost. MDF cabinets will typically be shipped free and are unassembled and come with instructions for assembly. Aluminum cabinets will come with an open back for wall cabinets and are costly when it comes to shipping due to their LTL 300 class rating. Metal Garage cabinets come assembled less the locking mechanism and leveling legs and will ship fairly affordable with some companies offering free shipping. The load capacities on these cabinets vary but typically youre looking at 150 to 180 lbs per shelving unit. Garage cabinets due to their surroundings nature are slightly less in depth at a typical size of 18"with a standard height of 72"...smaller base cabinets are 30" in height.
It would be best if you really take the time in preparing yourself and planning ahead before you actually shop for these wooden storage cabinets. You can do that by assessing the exact area where you will place your cabinet. After that, be sure to take some measurements, the width and the height of that specific area so that when you start shopping, you will know what to look for and be completely confident that what you will get it to fit perfectly on that space. Also, to help you buy the right wooden storage cabinet, you must have a clear idea on what to use it for or what items you are planning to put in there. Will it serve as a shoe storage cabinet? Are you going to use it for tool storage? Do you plan to store food in it? These type of furniture have different designs for different functions. Its better that you get one that can cater directly to your needs.
Material of Cabinet. Storage Cabinets come in various materials with metal being the most popular due to its durability. When purchasing a metal cabinet, make sure the gauge thickness is adequate...remember that the lower the number is of the gauge the denser the metal. Typical office storage cabinets are 20 to 22 in gauge while industrial type storage cabinets that have higher load capacities have gauges of 12 to 16. A typical cabinet will have a door that is slighter lower in gauge than the overall body of the storage cabinet.
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