Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 33
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Littlelem We Created a Hanging Pot Rack
We had a large, inaccessible space over stairs in the kitchen. We placed the adjustable ceiling storage racks at each end of the space, and mounted them into a ceiling beam. We purchased 2 x 10 cypress shelving (cut to length at at Home Depot), and rested it on the racks. On the underside, we hung a sturdy curtain rod with brackets, and bought 20 'S' hooks for our pots.
Above the shelf we put decorative molds, and below, we hung the pots, being able to hang both the largest pot and the smallest pot at a convenient height for both, thanks to the adjustability of the racks.
We would definitely recommend this product.
February 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wem2713 Good product for the money
Instructions indicate the width of the brackets are adjustable up to 37", but if you use two fasteners at each joint as indicated, the useable width inside the brackets is 32" max. Also, the instructions indicate a maximum of 200 lbs. load for the brackets, but an adhesive sticker in the fastener package indicates a 250 lb. max. load for the brackets. I'll stick with the 200# load. Aside from those two items, the brackets seem to be well built. System is working well so far. I bought two; one over each garage stall.
September 27, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jim26 Garage overhead storage
I placed the item 4 feet apart and put some boards that were 6 foot long on the racks. They worked fine for storing the large Christmas tree in a box that I had. They are bolted to the ceiling joists with large lag bolts which is adequate. The extension pieces could be made with larger/stronger metal but I think the racks can hold the 200 pounds for which they are rated. They served my purpose and I may buy another set.
January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rachalree It fit perfectly in my space.
It Took My Guy About An Hour To Install 2 Brackets. Super Easy Assembly. It Fit My 9Ft. Christmas Tree (InTheBox) With No Problems.
February 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rhett Great for small area over garage door...
This was almost perfect for the area above my open garage door. The description says that it is adjustable in height from 14 in to 23 in, but that is not quite accurate - I think the minimum height as configured is 16 inches. However, I drilled an additional screw hole on the downrod and used a hacksaw to remove 1 inch from the height and it works great. It's quite strong when mounted correctly, but make sure your mounting it directly to the rafters - drywall anchors are not going to do the trick. With a plywood base this easily holds 100 pounds, but I wouldn't push it much more - a few paint cans and tile tools is great, but I wouldn't try to put heavy duty tools or tires up there. Good luck!
June 27, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tshub Easy to assemble and handy to use.
When I moved my laundry to the garage, I needed more room in my 20 by 20 garage. I wanted to use the old laundry closet doors for shelving. I had to add four 4 foot 2 by 4s to the ceiling so I could install the brackets wide enough to accommodate the 30 inch wide doors.
October 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Anna Great storage space
Super-sturdy. This product doubled my storage area
January 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MiketheDrummer Good Functional Rack for the Money
Rack was pretty simple to install. I made a rack above the washer/dryer to hold patio cushions. I extended it to the max 37". Had a problem drilling the holes for the lag bolts. The documentation is wrong! Haven't these people ever installed one? It says to drill a hole using a 3/16 bit for a 7/16 lag bolt! Good luck. You'll never get the bolt in. I went larger than 1/4. Use a socket wrench to tighten bolts - it's easier. Other than that, it does the job. It's strong & max weight is 250 lbs. but I would not put more than 100 on it. Nice white finish on it, all nuts & bolts are good quality. I think it's even make in USA.
August 23, 2012