EASY DIY Garage Shelves | FREE BUILDING PLANS!

EASY DIY Garage Shelves | FREE BUILDING PLANS!

Get your stuff off the floor and get your spaced organized with inexpensive and EASY to build, heavy duty storage shelves. These portable shelving units are a great option for a garage, basement, storage room, or wherever you need more space!
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Karl Harris says:

Really nice and simple project. I would just add that, if you’re going to load it up with heavy stuff, it’s a good idea to use an ‘L’ bracket or two to fix the unit to the wall. Especially if there are kids in the home.

foxwood67 says:

Like it. Some alternative options in the build are. Place the legs on the ends instead of front and back. You will gain 7” of front loading space. This will also allow you to place the shelf up against the wall instead of being 1-1/2” away due to back legs. I don’t recommend the legs on ends if your shelving unit is under 24” depth as it will compromise stability somewhat. Also pre drill with a combination bit and countersink it makes it a bit easier to draw the wood together and easier to drive the screw heads flush to wood The glue is a great idea also.

Xigan says:

Look after your back, you're bending over and arching a lot in this video and as enjoyable as that may be you're causing a lot of unnecessary rounding and strain on your lower back.

Graeme Brumfitt says:

Thumbs up just for getting on the shelf… Oh and one for the hat and one for your lovely hair. TFS, G 🙂

Dimitris Korres says:

Very nice work. Well done!!!!

DimOk's Woodworking says:

Then 3/4" times 3 = 2 1/4"

Yonnata David Pavón says:

Qué belleza de estante, Te Felicito!!!… Saludos desde Venezuela!!!

michele vitarelli says:

Great project and video. Thanks for sharing. The nice thing about wood is you can dismantle it when done and repurpose the wood.

s 9 says:

Thank you for the full body shots and rear shots, YOU'RE STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL!

Razawi R42 says:

Very useful DIY .. I like it …
But I think that's you need more strength .. try to train your wrest muscle

Chris Moore says:

Please don't spare us the details on the house build. I would love to see some house details.

charles wake says:

Wonderfully done , you make a very handy wife 😁

William Dassault says:

The blade is 1/8 -3/32 thick so unless the sheet is a little bit longer than 96" it's best to make the shelves 23 7/8" so they are all the same width.

Stewart Driver says:

Using only two power tools ? Are you sure?

dadygee says:

A tip when adding glue to wood; A pinch of table salt between the surfaces and the materials wont slide sideways.

Francesco de Palma says:

Nice, brava!!!!

D. Dillon says:

Really two hours… Try 45 min. max

Tim Z says:

what did they say in Waynes World.
swinnnggggggg

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