Shelving. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 18:07:09 PM
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First you must determine the shelving dimensions. The standard thickness for a shelf is 1", but you can create shelves of any length or width, depending on your needs and the space you have.
You can put shelves in you living room, kitchen, hallways and in your garage. They are so handy because they keep stuff up off the floor and at a more eye level convenience. Doing this is also making it easier on your back because if you have to bend down to pick something up or find something this is more strenuous on your back.
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