GOOD TO KNOW
Price is for only one (1) bracket: Check our information on how many bracket supports you need per length of the shelf.
Mantel & Screws are not included: At this time, we do not supply or sell mounting hardware.
Customize your brackets: Email us if you want to customize your bracket supports for your shelves - help@Industrialfarmco.com
STEEL FINISH GUIDE
DESCRIPTION OF TYPES:
Reveals the steel’s natural luster, unprotected from rust. Recommended for those seeking a weathered, rusted finish or for those who plan to paint/coat the bracket themselves.
Creates a smooth, sealed finish in the desired color and offers extra rust protection. Recommended for use in potentially wet spaces such as a bathroom or outside.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide the Matte Clear Coat Finish on all of our products.
Finish colors can vary slight based on lighting and the screen you are viewing the colors (images) on our website.
Instructions on How To Hang A Heavy Shelf
- Choose the right location: Find a stud in the wall where you want to hang the shelf using a stud finder and mark its position with a pencil. Make sure the location is level and centered where you want it.
- Gather materials: You will need a heavy-duty shelf bracket or cleat, screws, drill, level, and measuring tape.
- Install the bracket or cleat: Use screws to attach the bracket or cleat to the wall at the stud location. Make sure it is level and securely attached.
- Attach the shelf: Place the shelf on top of the bracket or cleat, making sure it is level. Use screws to attach the shelf to the bracket or cleat from the bottom.
- Test the stability: Gently push and pull on the shelf to make sure it is securely attached and can hold the weight you plan to put on it.
Note: If you are unsure about your ability to install the shelf safely, hiring a professional or seeking guidance from a hardware store may be best.
TOOL LIST & WHERE TO BUY
The materials you will need to hang a heavy shelf include:
- Heavy-duty shelf bracket or cleat
- Screws or Hex Head Lag bolts (Wrench/Socket Set) depending on the weight of the shelf.
- Measuring tape
- Stud finder (optional)
Optional materials that may be helpful include anchors and a hammer.
We have some more suggestions: Check it out the tool list and where to buy.
Wood & Shelving Vendors
We have compiled a list of a few wood vendors, like us, small businesses that handcraft all their pieces in America and take pride in their craft.