How to Build Storage Shelves : How to Spread your Shelving Unit
How to Build Storage Shelves : How to Spread your Shelving Unit


Hi! This is John on behalf of Expert Village
in this video clip I will be showing you how to spread your shelving unit. The next thing
that we need to do is go back through and take out those screws that screwed our front
plate to our back plate.
Now when we take all of these screws out and spread our shelving unit we know that the
front and the back will be perfectly leveled with each other. Now you could spread your
shelving unit to whatever depth of shelf that you want.

22 thoughts on “How to Build Storage Shelves : How to Spread your Shelving Unit”

  1. Ruth Butler says:

    Is there a part one to this? – seems like a whole lot is missing.

  2. Mertaal says:

    These videos are great, but it is VERY annoying that you've not numbered them so that it's clear which order to watch them in.

  3. puppyjesus69 says:

    Assuming that your floor is level.

  4. crazybigyo says:

    they should kick expert village off of youtube. their videos are total trash.

  5. DWRead says:

    The shelves aren't going to be level if the floor isn't level.

  6. damedicmt says:

    Too many negative comments!
    Hey ExpertVillage, take note!!!!

  7. moemailusa says:

    Thanks, Jon. I used this system for storage in my 13' X 30' sewing studio. It fit perfectly on one of the smaller walls. Now I can store my quilting and knitting materials in large plastic bins. I painted all the wood before building the shelves and used nicer plywood. It looks great!

  8. jjswizzle says:

    Wack!

  9. skyc110 says:

    thanks for that good note

  10. Yaro Priel says:

    crappy videos.

  11. Straight Forward says:

    Why are people such jerks? Complain complain complain. Your getting free help! All this complaining about level floors. Unless theres something wrong with your garage floor it should be level. Every home i have even lived in has had a perfectly level floor! And only coming out 2 feet. How unlevel can your garage floor be? Not like your going out 20 feet or something and even then your floor SHOULD be level.

  12. Sniping Reaper says:

    Thank you for this video. I built 2 shelves over the weekend using this method and it worked great. I did encounter an unlevel floor on one of my shelves, but I made my 2×4's extra long, and once I moved the shelf from the wall, I leveled it, and readjusted my 2×4's, worked perfectly. Very easy and quick to do. Love my shelves, tons of storage!

  13. Mulan 121 says:

    Hate the way expert village videos are in a million parts. I've stopped even bothering to look for the other videos… Sorry expert village, you loose. A pity about the knowledgable people on the show…

  14. Brad Iverson says:

    My house is fairly new (only 3 years old) and my garage floor is half an inch lower at the doors than it is at the opposite wall. I think that is by design, so that any water flows down and out of the garage.

  15. psbjr says:

    Assuming the grade of the floor is the same at the front and back of the shelves, the wall screw-in method shown might work. If not, you have to find another way to accurately mark what the level is on your front vertical posts despite the uneven ground. It might be worth screwing the front vertical posts into the back horizontals with a couple temporary pieces of 2×4 at the proper shelf depth so you can then attach the horizontal front piece at perfect level before laying the plywood.

  16. Kesha Borja says:

    This time I'll use woodprix instructions to make it myself 🙂

  17. Buettner Burritt says:

    I am sure you can still buy handbook with all info you need on woodprix. Just google it.

  18. Callaham Sepe says:

    It's simple, Just go to woodprix page – and enter the Wood World.

  19. Romaine Athey says:

    I made it by myself. I used Woodprix woodworking plans for that.

  20. Romelia Polly says:

    It's simple, Just go to woodprix page – and enter the Wood World.

  21. Antonetta Kowalewski says:

    I'm sure the best instructions is on woodprix website.

  22. Vasya Yatsenko says:

    Just go to woodprix website if you want to know how to make it yourself.

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