Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 23
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CarterB Easy installation. Great support.
You couldn't ask for anything easier as far as installation in a quality storage product. Simply level the panel on the wall and drive screws through each slat into every stud. You'll go through a fair number of screws (no hardware is included) but the panel won't budge.
I majorly cut down on space occupied by tools, particularly the long handled ones. Several varieties of the hook accessories are deep and strong enough to hold two or even three tools on one. Now not only have I opened up space in the corners of my garage so I can put in cabinets, I've also still have the space on the floor to use beneath the tools. I'm already looking to see where I can put more of these for different needs.
August 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by garageguy 4 ft. W Gear Wall Panels (2-Pack)
Decent product, but a tad expensive. Buy on special.
July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by namaste9g Gladiator Gear Wall
The Gladiator Gear Wall 2-Pack via Home Depot was the most affordable option. I used ship-to-store and this was quite easy to handle. Attaching the Gear Wall Panels was easy after studs were marked and a header was attached to seat the panels on to assure level.
July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by musicman27pa Great wall system for the intermediate DIYer -- love the flexibility in the finished product and the look
Bought 60 boxes to do all 4 walls in a two car garage. One wall done so far (1 weekend). Used a 360 rotary laser level and marked the base starting points. Picked up plastic Diablo blade for the 10" table saw -- cut like butter. Also picked up a fresh "plastic" blade for the jig saw to cut out outlets ans a cheap set of hole saw blades for cut outs.
Also picked up Grip-rite white 2 1/4" screws versus the gladiator screws which had horrible reviews. The grip-rite worked like a champ -- I broke two out of the 100s that were used with my impact gun. Very secure hold. Still will take two full weekends to do the other walls but helps that we have a nice system in place. Definitely a two person -- 3 weekend job to do a two car garage (floor to ceiling) with cutouts for outlets and obstructions.
Very important to keep a level line while installing this product to void gaps.
January 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NewToroOwner Gladiator system rockks
Added these panels to my existing Gladiator system. They are very durable, look nice, and hold a ton of gear.
August 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sachin Kulkarni Very convenient!
Easy to assemble and quickly organize clutter! I could finish this project in an hour!
January 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gabe Great solution, but at a price
The GearWall panels are really nice to work with. Just line up the studs and drill them in. I think they are a little pricey though, since they are just an accessory to put the items you buy and will use from them up. No problems holding up my ball basket.
July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JimL best slat wall
There are a variety of wall hanging systems. WARNING: You cannot assume BTW that accessories are interchangeable among wall systems. The slat wall you see in stores is heavy and has narrow channels, Unless you live in a big city, it is hard to buy 1 or 2 4x8 panels.
These 1 foot wide 8 feet long tongue & groove panels are light, easy to use, and easy to install. The accessories attach easily.
Plan on 28 screws per 1x8 panel. The factory recommendation is #8 1.25"-2" flat head deck screws. I used #12 2.5" stainless screws since I was mounting on treated wood studs. The tongue & groove seemed to fit better when I slid the top panel back & forth sideways (vice tapping with a rubber mallet).
An easy way to start the first panel is to mount a straight, level board, then simply set the first panel on it.
Since these are marketed to DIY, I'd recommend the instructions address common wall problems (e.g. wall not straight, studs not even, etc.). For example, position your first panel on the floor where you want it to go, then check stud locations. You may want to put in sister studs in corners or at panel ends.
July 18, 2014