|Product Depth (in.)||36 in||Product Height (in.)||1.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.5 in|
|Kitchen Product Type||Racks & Pot Racks||Material||Wood|
|Mount Type||Ceiling||Number of hooks/slots||6|
|Number of Tiers||1||Rack Features||Chains Included|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited lifetime warranty|
A: Hooks can be moved in any position along the wood bar.
A: I would o to your local Home Depot store & see if they can order some extra hooks. The employees are very helpful at my Home Depot.
A: I hired my neighbor who works on houses to install it above the sink with the hooks that came with it.
A: 1. Measure product length. Find 2 joists in ceiling about the length of the product and mark the two spots. 2. Screw 2 ceiling/joist hooks into marked spots 3. Put one end of each of the two hanging links into each celing hook 4. Put 2 metal spacers (one on each end) and one wooden spacer (in the middle) of two parallel bars. Using the three bolts, tighten the two bars through the spacers. 5. Hook one end the two W-type hooks to the 2 metal spacers (one on each end of bar) and the other ends to the hanging links 6. Put the swivel hooks between the 2 bars.
A: You need to make sure to find the ceiling joists for the hooks that get screwed into ceiling. Hooks MUST be secured into ceiling joists. if not pot rack will collapse. Use a Stud Finder to find ceiling joists. Besides that everything else is simple.
A: When I installed them in our kitchen I used a stud finder to make sure i had something solid to hold the rack up. Its been hanging for over 2 years now with no problems.
A: We ordered ours online from the Home Depot. You can either have it shipped to your store for pick up or have it shipped to your home.
A: No, these are only in stock online
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