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NewAge Products Performance 96 in. L x 48 in. W x 42 in. H Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack in Gray
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NewAge Products

Performance 96 in. L x 48 in. W x 42 in. H Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack in Gray

  • Garage shelving holds up to 600 lbs.
  • 13-gauge reinforced support beams for durability
  • Adjustable height and width with matte finish
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The NewAge Products Performance Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack in Grey is a simple solution to freeing up floor space in your garage or workshop. Durable, sturdy and strong with 13-gauge perimeter support beams reinforcing 4 mm diameter wire grids, this rack provides 104 cu. ft. of storage space with a 600 lb. storage capacity. Easy to install, the height-adjustable rack can be installed as low as 18 in. with additional adjustment notches at 27 to 42 in. and has two width adjustments, taking it from 6 ft. to 8 ft. Ideal for storing coolers, luggage, file boxes, sporting equipment or practically any item, this rack has a powder-coated finish that protects against scratches and rust for lasting beauty and is available in grey or white.

  • Maximum load capacity of 600 lbs.
  • Easy to install; height and width adjustable
  • 13-gauge perimeter support beams reinforce 4 mm diameter wire grids for strength and durability
  • Powder-coated finish is rust and scratch resistant; available in white or grey
  • Provides up to 104 cu. ft. of storage
  • VersaRac is designed to be installed into wood joists only; VersaRac cannot be mounted to steel joists
  • For additional details, please see the “Instructions/Assembly” link under “Info & Guides”
  • Wire grids are powder coated in gloss silver



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What weight will this ceiling storage unit hold

Asked by: dkp
The NewAge Products Performance Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack in Grey is a simple solution to freeing up floor space in your garage or workshop. Durable, sturdy and strong with 13-gauge perimeter support beams reinforcing 4 mm diameter wire grids, this rack provides 104 cu. ft. of storage space with a 600 lb. storage capacity. Easy to install, the height-adjustable rack can be installed as low as 18 in. with additional adjustment notches at 27 to 42 in. and has two width adjustments, taking it from 6 ft. to 8 ft. Ideal for storing coolers, luggage, file boxes, sporting equipment or practically any item, this rack has a powder-coated finish that protects against scratches and rust for lasting beauty and is available in grey or white. •Maximum load capacity of 600 lbs.
Answered by: CaptainObvious
Date published: 2017-04-15

How sturdy and flat is the shelf bottom?

I need something to store plywood and pieces of other sheet good so they will stay flat. Would I need to put plywood on the shelf first?
Asked by: Drumsintheblood
Depending on how much weight you plan to place on the rack and the type of "sheet" (assuming metal) it might be smart to place a thin piece of plywood first. The rack is strong and has several cross bars across the bottom for even support. No bowing or bending but I could image a sheet of soft metal being slightly damaged by the pattern of the crate that you place your storage items on. Again, would be fine if you place plywood on top or did not load to heavy. This rack is a very good product.
Answered by: BallR
Date published: 2017-04-09

Can this be mounted on an angled garage ceiling?

Asked by: reswanso
Yes, but depends on the "pitch of the roof. You will need to calculate, but you only get two angles to bolt together.
Answered by: Invader
Date published: 2016-06-09

Is it ok if I add more screws to the mount connected to the ceiling?

Asked by: Wen
You can of course, but two lag bolts for each bracket is sufficient. More than two and you'll be placing them closer together, so you could risk splitting the joist, especially if you miss hitting the center of it or don't pre-drill properly. Plus, the bracket is only so strong and you're really not placing more than about 200 lbs max on any one corner (or shouldn't be). Two properly installed lag bolts will easily hold that weight with adequate margin.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2017-04-09
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Performance 96 in. L x 48 in. W x 42 in. H Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack in Gray is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 1322.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AmaIng product... much better than I expected. I bought two racks for my double ar garage. I was skeptical at first in reading the vauge instructions, but used a little common sense and was able to figure it out. These racks are super high quality and are much better than expected. When installing them, i wanted to make sure i was hitting dead center in the trusses (dont have a reliable stud finder... Maybe a future HD purchase). So i went into my attic space above the garage, found the general area to install the celing braces and poked 2 holes on the sides of the wood trusses. This allowed me to see from the garage side where the center was and made the install much faster.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall I'm pleased with the racks, color, and ease of assembly. Lighting suffered from the racks... Overall I'm pleased with the racks, color, and ease of assembly. Lighting suffered from the racks being mounted beneath the fluorescent lights but it's a good compromise. The ceiling racks are pretty easy to assemble, a ladder, cordless drill, stud finder, and a couple 7/16" wrenches are about all you need to make the assembly go easier. Lay out your parts, read over the directions, plan out the overhead area and assemble. It's that easy. I chose to buy Grade 5 lag bolts instead of the ones that came with the kit, but that's just a piece of mind to me to hold up to 600 lbs. plus I used (4) per corner versus one not graded 1/4" lag. Call it overkill but it's not falling.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Design / Easy to install … I read other threads where they said they couldn’t understand th... Great Design / Easy to install … I read other threads where they said they couldn’t understand the instructions, so maybe I just rec’d the later version, but my instructions where fail proof. If you can read a kids bed time book with pictures, you can figure out how to put this together. I took a queue from another post and reinforced the load by adding 2x4 support to the base. Since I have my shelves along the wall, this was an easy add-on. Assembling the shelf can be done by one person, but hanging is a two person job!! Took roughly 90 minutes from start to finish to hang two (2) shelves.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've installed four of these racks and now consider myself an expert...ha! Identifying where the... I've installed four of these racks and now consider myself an expert...ha! Identifying where the ceiling joists are and quadruple checking the measurements to drill the holes dead center takes the most time for me. Assembling and mounting the rack is straight-forward. I did it all by myself but it required me going up and down the ladder A LOT. Would have been faster with another person. LESSON LEARNED: Leave the suspension rods hanging secure but loose (i.e. don't tighten the bolts snug) until you have attached and fully seated the cross bars (that comprise the perimeter of the rack). Once all the pieces are where they should be, then snug up all the bolts.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install. Height adjustments are misleading thought. Describes it as "Adjustable heigh... Easy to install. Height adjustments are misleading thought. Describes it as "Adjustable height from 18 to 42 in." That isn't true. The bars come in two sizes, 18in long and the other is I think 24in long enabling the 42 max height. You cannot have a height of 19-23in. I needed 22in and thought I could based on the item description. 24 would have been to low and 18in to high. I had to use the 24 and cut two inches off. It's a good product, just need to give more detail on the height adjustment.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I purchased three of these and I'm pretty happy them overall. Minus one star for the cons below.... I purchased three of these and I'm pretty happy them overall. Minus one star for the cons below. Pros: Sturdy frame, professional looking, versatile, large, easy to assemble (with a few key tips, see below) Cons: Fasteners provided were cheap steel and I sheared the heads off several during tightening; zip ties used for internal packaging were cheap plastic (or molded without proper drying and processing) and completely disintegrated during transit. Left a thousand small pieces of plastic on my garage floor as well, which kind of annoyed me. All three boxes were the same. It took me about 2 1/2 hours to install the first one, then about 30 to 45 mins to install each of the next two. Getting the four main small mounting L brackets that you mount to your ceiling joist correctly positioned is key to making the entire process run smoothly. Tip 1: These four L brackets need to all be pointing the same way. I accidentally made the Ls face each other, because I thought it looked strange the other way, and it became obvious right away that this threw off the spacing way too much. Had to disassemble and flip them. Tip 2: The hole spacing of the main mounting bracket, lengthwise (the 96" long sides), was a lot more critical than I expected. Since the main mounting brackets have multiple holes, I thought I would be able to just pick the best hole spacing from multiple options and go. Not so. After the first installation, I figured out that it's best to mount the first two main mounting L brackets to the ceiling, then assemble the long 96" side members, then use the 96" long side members as a template to set the remaining two main mounting L bracket locations on the ceiling. This resulted in everything falling right into place without the need to make later adjustments or hammer the final pieces together. Despite a few shortcomings, I would buy these again.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy, configurable shelf! Box contents are comprehensive. Easy to assemble. Easy to install onc... Sturdy, configurable shelf! Box contents are comprehensive. Easy to assemble. Easy to install once you have identified joist positions to screw into. 4 stars because the instructions assume you have no ceiling/sheetrock over the joists and lag screws lengths don't appear to take the 5/8" sheetrock into account. Fire code in most every newer home dictates 5/8" sheetrock. If you do not have 16" centers, or if you have engineered joists (I-joists) you need to hang a section of 2x joist material between joists to hang the rack from. To determine what joist type I had, I cut an inspection hole through the sheetrock over a joist. If you need to add/hang joist material, you'd have to remove and then replace a bunch of sheetrock, significantly increasing the time to install.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice looking ceiling rack. Came in one package, everything was packed very well. I spent one... Very nice looking ceiling rack. Came in one package, everything was packed very well. I spent one evening measuring and finding ceiling studs, after that everything was easy. I really like metal finish. Only thing that I could do different is placing the rack more towards the center of the garage to have better reach to the items on the rack in a case garage door is open.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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