What is storeWALL?
StoreWALL is the ultimate storage and
display system for use anywhere: from home to factory.
You can use storeWALL inside or outdoors (it's waterproof and can be
It is extremely attractive, environmentally friendly and can be
installed quickly by one person.
StoreWALL is an extruded, solid core, low maintenance product ideal for
high abuse applications.
StoreWALL is available in a variety of solid core designer colors and
woodgrains. Each tongue and groove storeWALL panel is 3/4" thick, 15"
high and available in either 4 or 8 foot lengths.
(Weathered Gray, Dover White, Bright White,
Rustic Cedar, and Global Pine)
storeWALL™ panels are available in two standard sizes – 4’ or 8’ lengths
x 15” high.Panels have high-quality tongue and groove design, affording durability
Tongue and groove characteristics also ensure easier, secure
installation in addition to dependability.
storeWall™ panels are available in a choice of five designer colors:
Rustic Cedar, Global Pine, Weathered Grey, Dover White and Brite White.
Panel composition is solid-core-construction, heavy duty PVC material.
While it’s “heavy duty,” it’s so lightweight that installation is easily handled by
one person. (An 8’ panel weighs only 16 pounds.)
Panel material is highly resistant to weather, water and the elements.
In fact, storeWALL™ heavy duty slotwall is so durable, it can be used for
exterior installation, allowing for convenient outdoor storage. Not every kind of panel
construction – be it slot wall or otherwise – can claim this.
Hardware includes HangUps™, an exclusive storeWall™ product to conceal
attachment points/panel installation – for a completely clean-line appearance.
Maintenance on storeWALL™ panels is easier yet. Simply sponge off,
damp-cloth, or hose-clean with water. But since it’s stain-resistant, you won’t find
yourself doing that very often.
As Seen on
| Average cost of converting a
garage into living space: $6,343, according to the National
Association of Home Builders. Homeowners who remodeled detached
garages (the only category tracked) spent an average of $6,254 in
2001, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard