|Fig.1 Electric |
Supplies and Tools:
Cement drill bit 1/4 inch thick
Cement wall anchors
Cordless screwdriver with fresh battery
Electrical drill with power cord
Extension cord 50-feet
Hammer drill - optional
Metal shelf (2-six foot shelf)
Permanent marker, or crayon
Mrs. Waterloo had purchase additional metal wire closet shelving for use in her patio area. The shelving came with shelf brackets that snap at the front and need to be mounted into a wood stud or a brick wall.
Below are the six steps to installing this patio metal shelving.
Step 1: Make sure all the parts are available, often when a side project starts its important to check all the parts, specially if the parts are used from another application.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the use of a measuring tape to see were each metal shelf brace will line up in the backyard cement wall grout. These shelf braces can be moved anywhere the grout is located so the braces are very adaptable.
|Fig.2 Measuring tape|
Step 3: This job turned out that all the metal shelf brackets lined up on the grout line, this made the job easier to do. Fig.3 shows the next step is to use a permanent marker, or crayon to mark the area were the metal bracket will be braced against the cement block fence.
|Fig.3 Shelf Bracket|
|Fig.4 Extension Cord|
|Fig.5 Metal bracket |
into metal shelf
|Fig.6 Phillip screw |
into cement anchor
|Fig.8 Shelf finished|
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