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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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$109.20 /each

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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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how much is the instalation per rack by home depot installer

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Canton, GA
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October 18, 2016
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Unfortunately, I have no idea. Did it by myself - two racks in one afternoon. Not that hard of a job. Good luck with your install!
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I had a carpenter install mine it took him about a hour to install. The only thing extra he did was put strapping in each corner where it bolts into the rafters so it would not sway. He charged me $50.00
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Is it ok if I add more screws to the mount connected to the ceiling?

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Jacksonville florida
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September 27, 2016
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I am not an engineer, however I would follow the directions for screw amounts and placement. You always need to be concerned with the integrity of the wood stud you are going into. Two many holes to close I would think could comprise the beam/ stud load
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September 26, 2016
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I don't see why not, but it doesn't increase the load capacity
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September 26, 2016
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Sure....maybe 1 more screw per ceiling connection. You don't want to over do it as the more screws there are on the wood the less wood the screws have to anchor . As I remember, the pieces of metal for the ceiling connection are only 4 inches and perforated.
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September 26, 2016
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The answer to your questions is yes.
The ceiling bracket should have at least four holes you can put lag bolts through.
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why is it that you cannot install this on a metal ceiling joist?? any reason?

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As long as you make a solid connection to the ceiling joist and it's strong enough to hold it up your good
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Is installation offered with this product?

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I think if you contact the customer service people at home depot they should be able to give you a contractor to install it for you.
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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 929.
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 Good purchase Quality seems good for the price. I would suggest waiting until the end of the installation process to tighten the bolts on the down-rods to allow more movement when installing the perimeter bars. Also, my drill bit was a little bit shorter than the lug bolts that secured the rack to the ceiling joists, and because of that I had some trouble getting my power drill to drive the lug bolts in all the way. Don't use an impact driver, though as you are likely to shear off the bolt and/or strip the hole (as I did). Finally, have some long zip ties on hand to secure the metal shelf screens as mine seemed to have warped a bit in transit.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've been looking for this! I was considering building a shelf like this to store items up off of the garage floor. This was the perfect solution. Much neater looking and faster to assemble than one built from lumber. I don't have any advice that has not been given already. Just be careful not to overload this beyond the recommended weight unless you provide extra support. I couldn't follow the instructions exactly as my ceiling joists were a couple inches off so I improvised slightly. I also added a strap in the middle front and some rear support to the back since it was next to the wall (see photos). I am quite sure it will hold more than the rated weight.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent storage option Straight forward instructions made installation easy. The unit is sturdy, and my storage issue is solved.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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 4 out of 5 by from Made for an interesting install I really like this rack - it is heavy duty and powder coated nicely. The difficulty I had was because of my house not the product itself. My wall was angled and I wanted it to run with the wall, while the joists ran in angle from the wall. This caused the studs to be spaced at an odd spacing making it difficult to get the hangers at the proper distance. Our solution was to lag bolt some 2x4's to the ceiling following the angle of the wall then hanging the rack onto the 2x4's. Perhaps not as strong as directly into a stud but for the weight it will be carrying more than substantial enough.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great product, terrible hardware The rack looks great once installed. WORD OF CAUTION - do not use the provided lag screws. They are worthless. With an 18 volt Dewalt impact gun I broke the first 6 screws in half trying to screw them into pre-drilled holes in the ceiling joists, leaving 3" screws in the holes. They are terrible. I went to Home Depot and purchased some decent lag screws at $1/each and they worked perfectly. If the screws broke that easily on install, I can't imagine that they would hold 600 pounds of weight. Save yourself time and headache and go buy 8 law screws before even attempting to install this. FYI the screws pictured are roughly 1/2" long - before snapping off the lag screws were 3" long. Very fragile, to say the least.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holy smoly don't install alone This was a nightmare to install by myself. When done it solves all storage issues you might have. It was difficult to install in a gambrel roof. After numerous thoughts of quitting and jumping off a bridge it finally all came together. Have someone help you. The instructions are limited and not very helpful. Spread everything out on the ground and the peices make sense and come together. Overall it's a great safe storage solution without worry of it falling on your head. Check all points of contact on ceiling and reenforce it if you think it needs it. Better safe than sorry. Home Depot is taking the online ordering industry by storm. Their customer service is top of the line and beats lowes anyday. Three thumbs up.
Date published: 2016-08-19
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