Wall Shelving decorates empty walls and add extra storage space.

Shelf Installation and Wall Shelving

Shelving is about visual aesthetics backed up by security. Our team will take into consideration key details like: the possible weight the shelves are expected to bear, the nature of the purposed wall, the size of the mounts, and of course, your personal preferences.

Our installers are very careful to not damage the plaster, the paint, and any other surfaces. After our work is done, you will see no scratches, no crumbling and no unsightly holes – just a top quality job.

 

Explore our Wall Shelving services:

Rocos Contracting can help you with all types of wall shelving. Our team will install the project on time, within your budget and will always go the extra mile for many unexpected customers requests.

Bookcase construction

Custom bookcase construction is one of the most popular shelving requests that we receive. If you need a customized place for your personal book collections that will decorate the general look of your room, call us now! Besides, a well-constructed bookcase will display your exquisite taste in literature.

Our installers also provide the following shelving services:

  • Putting up a shelf with brackets;

  • Hanging shelf from L-brackets;

  • Installing spur shelving uprights and brackets;

  • Mounting kitchen units;

  • Mounting floating shelf;

  • Removing old kitchen cabinets and installing new ones.

Shelves can be made from a wide range of materials. Here are the most used:

Chipboard
This is the cheapest material for shelves. Consisting of small pieces of wood glued together, chipboard is easy to cut and fix to brackets. It can come with a wipe-clean melamine coating or a wood veneer to be sealed with varnish or wax.

Solid wood
The most traditional shelving material is Solid wood. It is necessary to seal it with wax or varnish to protect it from dirt.

Glass
For shelves usage, the glass must be at least 6mm thick and to be toughened. Because glass is a heavy material, shelves made out of it require medium or heavyweight brackets.

Blockboard
This material is cheaper than solid wood, yet very strong. It is made from strips of softwood running parallel between two outer layers of veneer. Its cut edges can be covered with veneer or wooden lipping.

MDF
Medium-density fiberboard (or MDF) is made from pressured wood fibers. Its surface and edges are smooth and you can paint, stain or varnish it.

Plywood
Plywood consists of thin wooden sheets that are glued together with the direction of the grain alternating at right angles in each layer. As with blockboard its edges can be left uncovered or covered.

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