Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 59
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kenneth Provides great versatility for closet shelving
I've used several different types of shelving brackets, but for your basic closet shelving this provides some of the best versatility without sacrificing sturdiness and durability. The shelf brackets can be easily adjusted up or downward on the shelftrack simply by removing the shelf and adjusting the bracket either up or downward to wherever you need it to be. As long as the shelftrack is properly and securely installed you can virtually hang any type of clothing on the shelves without worry of too much weight. Just make sure you keep the shelftracks vertically short spaced to give you maximum support. Too far apart and you risk potential sagging in the middle. If you want added shelf support you can sometimes use the front shelving brackets but you will give up some of the adjustability since these brackets typically aren't as easily removable.
August 13, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Casey Maximum length and easy to cut to size
I bought the longest rail available (RubberMaid's longest is 80" I think) and cut it in several pieces to make two short wall projects. I used a handheld electric saw, but a hacksaw also works. If you have to cut short of the next screw hole, it's not too hard to punch one out with your drill where you need it. By buying only one wallrail, I got just the lengths I needed and saved money not buying precut ones that only come in limited lengths.
This way of doing it doesn't give you the hook at the top of the rail to attach to a hang rail, but I've found that they're not needed if you drop your first shelf at least six inches below the wall rail. Another saving!
September 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ysabeau Easy to put up and very solid
I was very iffy about using this system in my closet because I'd had issues with the shelves and clothes rods falling down. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I combined these with the ClosetMaid Selectives to triple the storage space in my closet.
They were very easy to install and I highly recommend them to anyone. I didn't buy a "kit" because I didn't need all the extras so I bought the pieces separately. The guy at Home Depot showed me how they were supposed to go together and it worked wonderfuly! An easy, 1-person project. Cleaning out the closet to put this in was harder than putting in the shelf system.
May 27, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ClosetGuy Top Quality Made in USA Shelving Brackets
I have used the Lowes store brand and Rubbermaid wire shelving systems, but I have come back to ClosetMaid as the best. The brackets are easy to attach to the wall and are very well made... in the USA is a huge plus for me.
December 13, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rock154 Great Product
The brackets was easy to assemble. Finish setting up in a short time. Great product.
August 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dani Very strong! Good quality product! A+A+A+
This item is VERY strong and of good quality. Would recommend to anyone! :-)
January 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sloppy94 Great System
I used this to replace another system that was installed in a closet in a baby's room. I used both the wire shelves and boards. I liked the dual attachment points to the vertical bars, in my opinion it makes it a more sturdy of a product.
Only bad part is that you need to anchor it to your shelf if you are using a board. The board can move side to side and become unsupported and possibly come crashing down. If they could figure out a way to use it with boards without additional work would be awesome.
November 4, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by MJMGURNEE STICKERS ARE HORRIBLE!!
Manufacturer needs to find better stickers for the product. Stickers keep tearing when trying to peel off and leaves unsightly appearance if you don't try to remove the leftover product with one's fingernails. Suggestion is to change to a more plastic type label instead of the cheap paper. Consumers are more concerned about making the closet look nice instead of getting frustrated trying to peel off the stickers.
May 8, 2014