|Product Type: Standard||Color: Black|
|Frame Material: Metal||Shelf Material: Wood|
|Casters Included: No||Bins Included: No|
|Weight Capacity: 3800 Pounds||Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
Return Policy30-Day Return Policy
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Easy to assemble and functional
Stephanie from Dublin, OH– Verified Buyer
We purchased several of these shelves for our basement to hold several storage bins. We shopped around and found many similar, but these were perfect for our needs. The shelves are adjustable, and the depth is perfect for the storage bins. Easy to put together, but two people are necessary. Good buy.
No complaints with this shelf.
George from Texas– Verified Buyer
I have no complaints with the shelving unit. It took about fifteen minutes to easily set up. I think the unit was a good value for our money.
Five Shelf Shelving Unit
Matt from Montana
I've have bought these shelves in many years past. I really love them. You cantake Each indvidual shelf apart and use them seperate.
An Iron Stallion
Ian Sarr from Cambridge, MA– Verified Buyer
These shelves are extremely heavy duty, decently adjustable, and not really that hard to put together. The slick black finish and wood shelf slats also make it a much better looking option than standard stamped sheet metal. I ordered another one!
Iron Horse Shelving
Richard Towne from Clarksboro, NJ
Very well built and for the most part easy to assemble. The joinery technique used to secure the top unit to the bottom one is a bit tricky, but worth the effort once it's all together.
Loved - until it got wet!
Bobbi from Greensburg, IN– Verified Buyer
Loved this, but then a tornado came to visit our house and rain got in the garage and on the unit. Do not get it wet - it will rot! BUT it was wonderful before that!
Clean your garage!
project manager from raleigh, n.c.– Verified Buyer
Cleaning the garage is never a fun event. It's more like a chore for me, although these shelves are really helping with my project. In fact, my husband asked how many more I had coming ! I only bought 2 for starters, but I may order more. I had used those cheap plastic ones that snap together, in the past. They do the job half way, but heaven forbid you should put anything heavy on them. You will find things in a pile in the floor as they collapse. These darn things are supposed to hold up to 3800 pounds ! That's certainly more that I am willing to lift or load, but I think it about covers it. They are a little tricky to put together by yourself, grab a helper and a rubber hammer and you're in business. Wonderful result.
Worth what I paid for
Chunderbot from KY
Easy to assemble. All you need is a rubber mallet or something equivalent[...]
LLL226 from PA– Verified Buyer
This is actually our second shelf of this. We really like it. The size is fabulous, but it also has wooden (not wood planks, but still wood) shelves.
Iron Horse shelves aptly named!
kh from Tecumseh, OK– Verified Buyer
I assembled the shelves in 2 horizontal units-- one with 3 shelves and the other with 2. Then I used them as base units for lighter-weight shelves to create shelving units that reach almost to the ceiling of our walk-in pantry. The particle-board shelves seemed a little rough, so I covered them with contact paper, which also helps them resist moisture.