Basement storage shelves are the thing that can change completely and improve any basement that has a lack of storage space. Shelving can be quickly built and installed by most common people. There is no need for a professional carpenter. Ideas for build basement storage shelves, decide on which wood to be used for the project. For a cheaper and easier job, try to use the alder. However, for something better and more durable, try using a wood such as cedar or pine. Buy at least 120 feet of wood, one foot wide each plank.
And then cut eight of the planks 10 feet long, two of them to 8 feet long and seven of them to a foot long. To do this, use a table saw. Go little by little and try to make as clean of cuts as possible. Use a standard router to cut grooves for the shelving sections to fit. Cut a groove on each foot and on the ends of the pieces that are 8 feet long, and cut a groove on the top and bottom ends and in the middle of each of the long pieces of 10 feet. Make sure it is marked before cutting.
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Use a sander source to thoroughly sand all planks. Round every corner and get the surfaces as smooth as possible. Place all parts of the shelf together using a drill and standard wood screws. Get all the pieces as perpendicular as possible. Stain shelf, if desired, using any type of standard wood stain. Mount the shelf to the wall with mounting brackets and screws. Make sure it is as safe as possible.