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As a result of a recent remodeling effort, a new 12" x 12" floor-to-ceiling support post/column was constructed. I now have two 12" x 12" posts about 36" apart. I intend to construct a cabinet between the posts. Above the cabinet I want to install 12" x 36" glass shelves for wines glasses, small pictures and other light weight items. Can I use these brackets at the ends of the shelves - I would have two brackets at each end of the 36" glass shelf. Will these brackets provide safe and adequate support for a 36" long shelf? If not, is there recommended alternative? I like the "neat" appearance of these brackets. I would appreciate your advice. Thanks.
Asked on 6/12/2012 by Jim from Clermont/Orlando, Florida
Yes, though one might have to use more than two/shelf as the screw mechanism holding the glass is plastic which won't break the glass or let it slide...wood or melamine may not be held as securely. For glass, Beak Brackets are best.
Answered on 6/8/2012 by Storage Queen from Philadelphia, PA
Brackets can support shelving material that is 1/4" to 3/8" thick
Answered on 2/6/2012 by Anonymous
Please advise of the actual dimensions of this bracket - height, width, depth & diameter. Thank you.
Asked on 6/17/2011 by Anonymous from Fort Worth, Texas