Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 115
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by theDWJ Use it often...
Use it often with Close Mesh shelves, I love the stuff: Clean appearance, Easy to Install, Works great, and my favorite choice!
April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HARP GREAT FOR MY APPLICATION
HAVE USED THIS PRODUCT IN THE PAST. HAVE BEEN VERY SATISFIED.
March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Twiglet So easy to install!
After the shelving on one side of the closet collapsed, spilling clothes, shoes and bags over the floor like an episode of Hoarders, I needed a solution fast! I bought five of these and the track, enough to do a 104" wall. With upper and lower shelving now in place I was amazed how fast it went up and it is so sturdy. What is more I put it up myself...not bad for a 60 year old woman!!
February 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kenneth Provides great versatility for closet shelving
I've used several different types of shelving brackets, but for your basic closet shelving this provides some of the best versatility without sacrificing sturdiness and durability. The shelf brackets can be easily adjusted up or downward on the shelftrack simply by removing the shelf and adjusting the bracket either up or downward to wherever you need it to be. As long as the shelftrack is properly and securely installed you can virtually hang any type of clothing on the shelves without worry of too much weight. Just make sure you keep the shelftracks vertically short spaced to give you maximum support. Too far apart and you risk potential sagging in the middle. If you want added shelf support you can sometimes use the front shelving brackets but you will give up some of the adjustability since these brackets typically aren't as easily removable.
August 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MaintenanceMan Good value
I use this product at work for storage in various rooms and offices. The double track is better because the shelves don't move sideways like they can with the single track version and my colleagues can set things up just as they want them. The fact that it's a metal bar that spreads the load over sheet rock makes the whole structure very strong but screws should be placed into studs rather than using wall anchors.
As a sidenote I prefer the "Torx" (Star) type screws and driver bits because they are a lot less likely to slip or push back at you than "Philips" (Sorry Philips) and I suggest you go at least 2 1/2 inches on the screws and not less than 2 inches for household use. Also one track per stud and if you have to use wall anchors do so at the ends of the shelves where there should be less weight.
Using this kind of stuff is my job so I hope you appreciate the review.
November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blwreath Copy Cat
These shelf brackets closely resemble those of competitors, which speaks to the functionality of the ClosetMaid system. There is nothing particularly better or worse about this brand than others I have seen. Used in conjunction with the rest of the ClosetMaid storage components, they make designing and installing a storage solution simple and flexible. The number of choices in length is good.
September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WVC Space and time saver
We put hardwoods in our house two years ago and we did not wanted to put our belongings in storage while the work was going on down stairs. So this product was the answer for us. One side wall and back wall are filled with these shelves and brackets. The horizontal bracket keeps the risers straight (provided you put it up level) for you to screw them into the wall studs. The 12 and 16 inch shelves work great for the different sizes of boxes we had our stuff in. Once we moved back in the house, the empty shelves were not empty long. A lot of the Holiday decorations that are in the attic are on the shelves now and other household items used infrequently are on them too. The nice thing about these shelves is they are not fixed once you put it up. If you decide later to change the distance between shelves it is not a big deal except for removing items from shelf to shelf. The down side is the cost. One 16" arm bracket costs $7, 1- 12" bracket is $6, The risers are $11 a piece, the horizontal bracket at the top is $22. I have 3 - 6'x16" shelves, 2 - 6'x12" shelves. So in a 6ft wide area it takes 1, horizontal piece, 5 risers (on 16" centers), 25 arm brackets totaling $175. I have 4 sets of these in my garage. Everything (almost) is up off the floor and I can get both cars in the garage now.
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MichelleO Easy to install!
The entire shelving system is functional & easy to install. The various options make it work for any size closet or shelving needs.
August 25, 2015