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

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  • 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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Features

Sophistication in a matte finish.

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13 Gauge Steel

Solid steel frame and beams.

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Width-Adjustable

Adjustable to 6 ft or 8 ft

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Weight Capacity

Max of 600 lbs of distributed weight

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Height-Adjustable

Fixed height at 18 in or adjustable from 27 in to 42 in

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Matte Finish

Powder-coated white frame

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Warranty

1 year limited manufacturer warranty

Finishing Touches

Complete your garage with workbenches, flooring and hooks.

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Workbench

Available in three sizes, with Stainless Steel and Bamboo Top.

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VersaRoll

Heavy-duty and easy-to-install garage flooring.

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VersaRac Hooks

Add to easy to mount bike hooks to the VersaRac. (Sold separately in packs of 2)

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 reinforcing 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”

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Can this be mounted on an angled garage ceiling?

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Smithfield, Va
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Yes, but depends on the "pitch of the roof. You will need to calculate, but you only get two angles to bolt together.
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Each of the vertical supports has notches that the other vertical support fits and locks into. Those notches are about 1 3/4" apart. So you could have each vertical support at a different length. An angled ceiling might be tricky but could be done.
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June 23, 2015
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I suppose it could be done, you could use the short hangers on 1 end and the long ones on the other
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May 17, 2015
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It has adjustable angle iron supports so you could make the support any length you need within reason, but will decrease storage area
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May 12, 2015
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the length is adjustable. You just have to make sure the platform is leveled to avoid undue stress on one side. Also you don't want your stuff to slide off.
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Cape Coral, Florida
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May 12, 2015
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No it cannot be installed on an angled garage ceiling. You would probably need to install a rack with chains.
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May 12, 2015
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Yes, after installing mine the ceiling supports would work on an angle.
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May 8, 2015
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Yes you should be able to do that.
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Winchester,CA
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May 5, 2015
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Yes... the vertical hangers are fully adjustable so unless your ceiling is severely angled you can definitely mount this rack.
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Oakton, Virginia
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April 28, 2015
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It’s possible but not probable. The unit is shipped with a few different length support units. I can see where you could have longer supports on one side than the other but the odds of you coming out with a level shelf would be low.
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April 28, 2015
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The Performance Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack is both height and width adjustable and can be installed in a number of different ways. The only restriction is that two of the upward arms need to be installed at the same height at both ends of the space that you are installing them. If you want more information about your specific installation requirements, you can contact our Support Desk at Read More
The Performance Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack is both height and width adjustable and can be installed in a number of different ways. The only restriction is that two of the upward arms need to be installed at the same height at both ends of the space that you are installing them. If you want more information about your specific installation requirements, you can contact our Support Desk at info@newageproducts.com for more specific installation guidance. Read Less
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Can I double up the shelves?

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Brandon, FL
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If I have an exceptionally high ceiling, can I hand two "rows" of shelves from the rack (weight restrictions being kept in mind)?
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Brunswick, NY
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September 14, 2015
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I too have very high ceilings, so I would be mounting this in the lowest position. I don't think anyone understood your question, I too had the same question. I was looking to add a piece of plywood for an additional shelf, not stack the units or attach them together. The extra shelf would be for smaller light weight items like coolers or camping gear. I can't see why you couldn't do it as long as you Read More
I too have very high ceilings, so I would be mounting this in the lowest position. I don't think anyone understood your question, I too had the same question. I was looking to add a piece of plywood for an additional shelf, not stack the units or attach them together. The extra shelf would be for smaller light weight items like coolers or camping gear. I can't see why you couldn't do it as long as you didn't exceed the 600lb limit total. Read Less
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June 23, 2015
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I suppose you could but you would have to be careful not to exceed the hanging weight limit of 600 Pounds
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June 7, 2015
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It's not recommended to put any more than one ceiling rack on the same set of studs. Structural failure comes to mind since you can easily put 600 lbs on one and if you have two then 1200 pounds of load plus the 100 pounds of metal for each rack. So, putting 1400 pounds of weight on those studs, probably is not a wise thing considering it's probably right over your cars and you.
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May 12, 2015
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short answer is yes. The side is connected by 2 tabs, slide into the vertical bracket. The platform however is very heavy and having 2 being supported by single roof stud is going to place extra stress.
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Cape Coral, Florida
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It has a weight limit between 300 to 350 pounds. I would not recommend stacking one underneath the other. There is no way to attach the second one anyway. I have regular ceiling with no arches and the bottom of the storage rack is right above my head...it hovers about 5 feet 8 inches from the floor. If your garage is big enough you could probably attach two one next to the other to the rafters..you just Read More
It has a weight limit between 300 to 350 pounds. I would not recommend stacking one underneath the other. There is no way to attach the second one anyway. I have regular ceiling with no arches and the bottom of the storage rack is right above my head...it hovers about 5 feet 8 inches from the floor. If your garage is big enough you could probably attach two one next to the other to the rafters..you just cannot attach two racks to one rafter. I bought two for this purpose, but I could not install them side by side because of the distance between my rafters, and it would limit access to my power box and individual room water on/off switches. Read Less
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Seneca, South Carolina
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Yes, but only with a 4'x4' configuration and the spacing between the shelves would not be a lot. You would also have to use the maximum height from the ceiling.
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I saw the design and it is possible but you got to remember that each shelf weighs A LOT so you are cutting into your capacity by quite a bit. . I am a assuming you are getting 2 boxes of the storage rack, right.?
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Doubling up vertically? Well, I suppose you could if you purchased two units. I can’t say that I thought to do that myself but I didn’t have the vertical height necessary to have one shelf at the lowest setting. My memory is that you would just need to keep it to 600 pounds or less in total weight.
Doubling up along the length of a floor joist? The instructions indicate that you should only have one Read More
Doubling up vertically? Well, I suppose you could if you purchased two units. I can’t say that I thought to do that myself but I didn’t have the vertical height necessary to have one shelf at the lowest setting. My memory is that you would just need to keep it to 600 pounds or less in total weight.
Doubling up along the length of a floor joist? The instructions indicate that you should only have one unit on any floor joist but I’d put two up without too much worry. Read Less
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April 22, 2015
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We do not recommend connecting two Performance Series Adjustable VersaRac Ceiling Storage units together as the product has only been rated for single rack installation.
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Long Island, NY
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YOU CAN STACK SIDE BY SIDE, I DON'T BELIEVE YOU CAN PUT ONE UNDER THE OTHER
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We have steel beams not wood, can this be installed into steel?

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Our entire house is made from steel beams and not wood. How would installation be different? Is this product still recommended?
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No, Manufacturer warns of this several times.
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NO
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Nashville, TN
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The instructions state that this is not intended for a metal stud or joist structure. The mounting hardware to the ceiling is angle iron with lag bolts. If you can somehow bolt the angle iron bases to the steel beams at the right dimensions (48" x 48:, 72" or 96" depending on selected width) you could still hang the shelf but none of this additional hardware is included in the box and you would have to Read More
The instructions state that this is not intended for a metal stud or joist structure. The mounting hardware to the ceiling is angle iron with lag bolts. If you can somehow bolt the angle iron bases to the steel beams at the right dimensions (48" x 48:, 72" or 96" depending on selected width) you could still hang the shelf but none of this additional hardware is included in the box and you would have to get that separately. Read Less
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No, the installation instructions are clear no steel beams
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New Smyrna Beach, FL
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No, the instruction booklet clearly states "If you have steel beams, you will not be able to install VersaRac. VersaRac is not intended for steel framed homes [garages]. Do not attempt to mount to steel beams."
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February 9, 2016
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Yes, you can use this but you would have to use a drill that can drill through a steel beam so you can mount it.
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Video on website says NO.
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If you're able to drill a hole through the beam you could then use lags bolts, washer and nuts to secure it to the beam. It would depend a lot on if you're able to access the beam from above the place where the rack is to be hung.
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January 26, 2016
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We do not recommend installing the overhead rack with steel beams.
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How sturdy and flat is the shelf bottom?

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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?
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Nashville, TN
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The base of the shelf is a thick gauge wire grid in 2 or 3 pieces depending on how wide you build out the unit. It is supported very well by cross brackets and you should have no problem storing plywood or drywall, etc... on this shelf. I would recommend putting the plywood on the bottom to protect against any damage to drywall as you slide it on or off of the shelf.
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Very sturdy and perfectly flat, it seems a bit flimsy out of the box but once it is together it stiffens up, if you are storing full sheets of plywood you may have trouble getting them on there, while it is 8 feet wide the corner brackets take up about 3/4 of an inch on both ends
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Very sturdy, the surface lays very flat which allows you to slide objects around without snags.
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Chicago area
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The platform is a heavy gauge steel mesh with 5 supports beneath it. If that is not sufficiently flat, one could easily overlay it with a thin plywood base.
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Woodbury, MN
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It's plenty flat and has heavy gauge wire shelving, and plenty of support underneath.
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The wire racks are a little warped, I agree. I used "zip ties" to flatten them out. Need to buy 1 footer's or longer. The more heavy duty the better. Home Depot carries them. Buy a bag, you will be glad you did.
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July 20, 2015
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The bottom is pretty flat and sturdy. I would use a sheet of plywood anyway or something that you don't mind getting an impression of the wire mesh.
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July 20, 2015
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The overall weight capacity of the VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack is a total of 600 lbs. The rack bottom is constructed of high grade metal wire grids and may be suitable for your needs without having to add a plywood shelf, but we cannot make specific claims about your particular situation without a better understanding of your needs. Please feel free to contact our Customer Support Team at Read More
The overall weight capacity of the VersaRac Ceiling Storage Rack is a total of 600 lbs. The rack bottom is constructed of high grade metal wire grids and may be suitable for your needs without having to add a plywood shelf, but we cannot make specific claims about your particular situation without a better understanding of your needs. Please feel free to contact our Customer Support Team at 1-877-306-8930 for more specific answers to your questions. Read Less
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No need for anything additional, very strong wire platform. If there are edges that can catch, possible to fall through the roughly 1" x 2" spacing between the wire platform. Otherwise very flat when installed level.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 389 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Buy The racks were easy to install, yes I bought two. The instructions were easy to understand, and with all the correct tools I got them up in about a hour and a half each. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job This product is basically a bunch of parts that you assemble yourself. That said, the instructions were fine and it does go together as it should. I was impressed with the qaulity of the paint finish. My only negative is that other manufacturers supply a longer part to attach to ceiling joists, so you can span two joists and spread the weight. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good I was rolling along with the installation and everything was fine. I was careful not to over tighten (as the directions said) As I was putting one of the end braces on I had to use my fist to get it to seat properly...2 of the lag screws that hold the rack to ceiling snapped. The heads completely snapped and the corner came down. I had to go to LOWES to get decent lad screws and replaced all the junk ones that came with this product. Glad it happened then and not when I put a load on it. How in the heck were those cheap lag screws going to hold 5-600lbs? What a joke. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great oair Needed something to go with my flow wall and garage redo, this was perfect! It is a clean looks, hold bins and ladder and just plain great May 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Might or Might Not Do It Again Would I recommend this product? The real answer is maybe. The instructions warned me not to over torque the 3" shank bolts that go into the joists. After twisting one off, I was extremely careful to make certain I had pre drilled the holes 3" and did the others by hand. And twisted off another. the cast metal for the long bolts is, IMHO, too soft. The replacements from the Ace Hardware worked fine. I felt like I mastered doing everything twice as the pictures in the assembly instructions don't match the diagrams or written instructions so I called the manufacturer and confirmed what I suspected; the pictures are simply erroneous. Now that it's installed it works fine but the process was such a pain in the neck I'm not sure I would do it again. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice storage solution The rack was reasonably easy to install. My garage doesn't have rafters on 16" centers. They are assembled beams 20" apart. I had to install some 2x4s to give me a platform to install the brackets. Most won't have this issue. The rest of the install was very simple. Very sturdy. Even the kids commented on how much more spacious and organized the garage looks now. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 18, 2016
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