I know I said I was finished assembling furniture. But I still had this storage shelving to assemble for the garage. There are boxes of various things I'm not ready to throw away, stacked in my office. Been there since last February. I'm sure ready to get those out of here--I've been needing a place to put them since I no longer have storage space in the downstairs.
I bought this shelving for three reasons: It was good sized (24' deep 48" wide), the box stated that assembly required just a hammer, and each shelf supposedly could hold 1000 pounds. The box was so heavy, I couldn't get it onto a cart, and a guy at Lowe's loaded it onto a cart, helped me at the checkout, and got it into the car for me.
At home I wrangled it out of the trunk, carefully sliding it out, and with a little leverage, carefully lowered onto its end in the garage. Then I just "walked" it to where I wanted it and carefully lowered to the floor. Once there, I could just open the box and deal with individual pieces quite easily.
I had no idea it would be so easy. Little button-like things on the shelf bracket slid into keyhole openings. A hammer just tapped them into place. What a welcome change from the old days of dozens of nuts and bolts and cross brackets.
Here is the first half. The joints between the lower and upper were a little tough and took a little more diligent hammering.