GET ORGANIZED WITH OVERHEAD GARAGE STORAGE
Many of us enter and exit our home through the garage every day. Facing a cluttered garage creates negative energy, frustration, and extra hassle. We have a quick and simple solution for you! Since the typical garage has a large volume of wasted space along the ceiling, this unused space could be used more efficiently to create additional storage for your home. Our experts will work with you to find the best way to utilize this space with our overhead storage racks. We will help organize your garage without reducing floor space required by conventional garage shelving systems. Our storage racks tie directly into the ceiling joist structure for support, and work great both in finished and unfinished garages.
Our 4x8 storage racks hold up to 1,000 pounds and 20 storage bins. Take control of your garage and let the cars back in by utilizing your space more effectively. Even if your garage doesn't have clutter to begin with, our overhead storage racks can also create more room in your home by allowing rarely used items to be stored in a secure place in the garage. Click here to view a gallery of our past garage storage installations.
BOLTED DOWN WIRE DECKING
We use scratch-proof, triple-wire decking that is bolted to the frame. Bolting the wire decking to the frame makes the system more solid and behave like a sturdy solid single unit. Other systems use double wire decking that is simply laid across the frame and adds no support value to the system.
OUR STORAGE RACKS ARE THE STRONGEST ON THE MARKET
We use a 14 gauge powder coated steel giving us the ability to give you a Lifetime Guarantee.
Our overhead storage system adds shear stability by holding the rack frame at all four corners. The added stability will keep your system from swinging. It also allows us to offer you an unlimited leg length for more overhead storage space!
DOUBLE BEAM BRACKET
We use a double beam bracket that allows our system to span and fasten into four beams instead of two.
We use three center supports that tie the 8-ft rack frame together from front to back. A lot of other systems only use one or no center support. Center supports keep the frame from twisting under load and help distribute the load more evenly across the rack, like a floor joist.