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[Costco] Ultimate slatwall bundle save $80

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[Costco] Ultimate slatwall bundle save $80

Save $80 on a slatwall bundle, get 64 sqft of slatwall and 25 accessories on costco.ca
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Sep 23, 2005
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With the baskets and shelves, that's really good value. Too bad I already bought the 1/2 size kit for $150 during the last sale, not that I have enough empty wall left to cover with this! lol
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Nov 27, 2005
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Babycake1230 wrote: How did you install it? hired someone? installation cost like $1800???
It's a simple install. Screw the individual panels into studs with the provided screws and you're done. Panels are light and easy to handle. You can easily install on your own without any assistance.
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Dec 29, 2017
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Purchased, thank you. Had my eye on this for a few years, seems to go on sale at least once a year. Cheers
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If I want to install this in my unfinished garage, should I be drywalling underneath or would that be superfluous?
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Jul 23, 2009
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fruzmatik wrote: If I want to install this in my unfinished garage, should I be drywalling underneath or would that be superfluous?
you dont need drywall under it.
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Mar 20, 2018
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I also bought the half size kit. Best thing I did for the organization of my garage. It holds so much stuff.

Installing it was pretty easy too and I'm not handy at all. The hardest part was trying to find my studs since they weren't evenly spaced out.
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fruzmatik wrote: What about insulation? Just a matter of preference?
Yes, ideally this screws into the studs and will provide a smooth surface finish. insulation can live behind.
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Feb 24, 2019
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desi_mtl_dude wrote: Yes, ideally this screws into the studs and will provide a smooth surface finish. insulation can live behind.
still need vapor barrier
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Jun 4, 2008
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Has anyone installed this on steel studs? Any difference in installation compared to wood studs?
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Mar 22, 2018
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you don't need to install the product over drywall. you can actually install directly into your studs!
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Anday3 wrote: Has anyone installed this on steel studs? Any difference in installation compared to wood studs?
how far apart are your steel studs? I know it's doable since my friend had them but i remember something about their stud spacing was off he called the CS service line and had some guidance on how to install. their toll free # is 1-888-691-2944
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gingeeer wrote: how far apart are your steel studs? I know it's doable since my friend had them but i remember something about their stud spacing was off he called the CS service line and had some guidance on how to install. their toll free # is 1-888-691-2944
Just secure the slats to each stud and you'll be fine.

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