This step by step tutorial of how to make homemade economical garage wood shelving project is perfect for a motivated homesteader likes to build.
Getting a carpenter to build things like shelves and such can be rather expensive and so it makes more sense that if one can build it themselves they should give it a shot. This article talks explains how one can make garage shelves as a DIY project.
It is quite surprising that when you actually read the instructions and the videos along with it, the process is not that hard. The article provides a complete set of instructions along with a list of materials and equipment needed. Most of it is easily available in hardware store and one can even order the supplies online (click here).
The 2×4 garage shelve is not only easy, inexpensive to build but sturdy, long lasting and most importantly functional at the same time.
Building this shelve will create a lot of storage space and one can stock up their goods and supplies in a rather organized manner. The dimensions mentioned in the article can be altered depending on personal preferences but for people who are experimenting building things for the first time, it is highly recommended that they follow the instructions as given.
As for the wood being used it is advisable to use hardwood in order to ensure that the shelves are sturdy. This shelve can be used to store books, DVDs, small plastic storage containers or even tools and practically anything. The garage shelve is extremely useful and easy to make.
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