I love these brackets and have used them all around the house on building/repair projects. Recently I used them to attach lumber pieces together on a new bed frame. They work great and make connections easy!
Easy to Use, Performs Well, Easy to Install, Easy to Work With, Good Size & Weight, Straight, Good Shape, Great Value, High Quality, Economical, Reliable, Light Weight
I bought a handful of these for a standing desk I built. The entire project (including dry erase work top!) was around $50 and I love that it's tailor-made to turn my awkward office space into a functional work station, so that I no longer have to battle severe neck pain to get my job done.
These brackets are super sturdy, and were the perfect size for my purposes. They made the building project easy for an apartment dweller, who lacks fancy tools and a workshop. Hooray for DIY!
Easy to Work With, Good Size & Weight, Economical, Reliable
I paired a corner brace with 1/2" 1-hole EMT strap, small screw, #10 flat washer, and #10-24 machine screw nut to make the shower rod holder - very inexpensive, doesn't corrode (unlike the previous shower curtain systems), and adds brings in a slight touch of "industrial feel" to the space.
Easy to Use, Easy to Install, Easy to Work With, Economical, Reliable
I used these corner brackets for a little bit of an unorthodox purpose - a picture stand. I made ...
February 02, 2017
I used these corner brackets for a little bit of an unorthodox purpose - a picture stand. I made a picture frame out of 1x2s that I'd originally intended to hang like a wall sign, but then decided to stand up in a windowsill in my office. These corner braces made for an inexpensive solution. They're very sturdy & will not bend - ideal for a number of applications.
When I started experimenting with building pallet furniture I didn't know, which hardware I should use. So I started simply with a hammer and nails. I quickly realized, I needed something to stabilize the corners, so I went into the hardware section and asked what may be a low cost solution. I was handed these particular brackets and they worked wonders. If you work on a budget, I recommend them to you.
Quality throughout This three quarter inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. The zinc...
April 12, 2019
Quality throughout This three quarter inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. The zinc plating will slow down if not stop any rusting. Screws DO NOT come with this product. The ninety degree angle is just that...ninety degree. Recommended screw is a #6 x 3/4". The bracket holes are tapered to accommodate flat head screws for flush fitting though it will accept whatever you can fit through the hole.
Easy to Install, Easy to Use, Easy to Work With, Economical, Good Size & Weight, High Quality
These Everbilt 3/4 in. Zinc Plated Corner Single hole Braces (4-Pack) come in handy all around ou...
April 07, 2019
These Everbilt 3/4 in. Zinc Plated Corner Single hole Braces (4-Pack) come in handy all around our home. From shelf supports to anchoring table tops to shop project alignments to special project bracing, seems like I'm always going out to get more from HD!
These are well made with strong plated steel and a smooth Zinc finish that seems to never rust or wear. Common wood or sheet metal screws secure the braces in place and I've even flattened the corner bend to make an in-line attachment plate for some special needs.
Easy to Install, Easy to Use, Easy to Work With, Economical, Great Value, High Quality, Performs Well, Reliable, Straight
These corner braces are stamped from one-sixteenth inch thick steel. They are one-half inch wide ...
April 10, 2019
These corner braces are stamped from one-sixteenth inch thick steel. They are one-half inch wide and have two pre-drilled or stamped holes; each 5/32 inch wide. The holes are tapered to accept counter-sink flat head screws. I like that the b.races form a clean right angle with no protrusion in the middle of the bend for added strength. They would work well in light applications, such as the corners of a drawer