Quik-Lok Shelving is Easy to Assemble
When you want shelving that is easy to assemble, solid, sturdy and doesn’t cost and arm and a leg, you’ll want Quik-Lok Shelving. It is available in a variety of widths, from 24 inches up to 48 inches, heights to almost 10 feet tall and depths from 9 inches all the way to 36 inches deep. They are perfect for office storage, organization, tools, and ending clutter problems in any office, room, basement or garage.
How they Work
When you assemble Quik-Lok Shelves, you need no tools, and virtually anyone can do it. You’ll save up to 30% of the time required to assemble regular shelves when you use them. Here’s how …
- Put your uprights into place — Make sure they are on a level surface and that the floor they are on is capable of supporting the weight that the shelving will hold.
- Properly space the uprights — Take one shelf support bracket and snap it into place at the approximate middle of the uprights. This holds the uprights at the correct distance apart while you build your shelving unit.
- Work from the bottom up — Place two shelf supports between the uprights at the bottom, then place a shelf on top.
- Keep building — Add more supports, two at a time, at the height you want, place a shelf on top and keep going until your shelving unit is complete. That’s all there is to it!
As you can see, when assembling Quik-Lok Shelves, there is no hassle, no muss and no fuss. Just set the uprights, put the supports in place, add in the shelves and you’re done! Your shelves are now ready to hold whatever you have, they will stay assembled, and you’ll never have to worry about having enough space for storage, tools or projects ever again. There is no easier shelving to assemble than Quik-Lok Shelves.
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