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Costco Members: SafeRacks Overhead Garage Storage Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Costco.com has for Costco Members: SafeRacks Overhead Garage Storage Combo Kit w/ Hook Pack on sale for $399.99 - $150 off (automatically listed) = $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks chopshop

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Includes
  • 2x 4'x8' SafeRacks Overhead Racks
  • 10x Deck Hooks
  • 4x Rail Hooks
  • 4x Utility Hooks
Available Drop Down Range
  • 12"-21"
  • 18"-33"
  • 24"-45"
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Offer is valid 1/3/18 through 1/28/18 or while supplies last. The estimated delivery time will be approximately 5 - 7 business days from the time of order. This matches several previous deals and is $10 lower than a prior Frontpage deal. -Corwin

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Just in time for new year goals to keep the house organized

Costco has SafeRacks Overhead Garage Storage Combo Kit, Two 4 ft. x 8 ft. Racks, 18-piece Deluxe Hook Accessory Pack $250 ($150 off) Online exp 1/28

Notes: This deal is for the 2 units of 4 x 8ft package.

https://m.costco.com/SafeRacks-Ov...33736.html

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Got these the last time they were on sale around a couple months ago. I am very happy with the purchase.

I installed them myself using a impact driver to drive the 3 inch lag bolts into the studs. That would be pretty miserable by hand.

The most time consuming part was finding the studs in the ceiling and measuring and marking out the support hole locations.

Finally, the hooks that come with this are incredibly useful, but if you want more, they are expensive. I found Hyloft brand hooks at Home Depot work with these racks and are much cheaper.
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Bought these awhile ago for my parents' garage, installed with the help of my sister. A tip I'd give is to install one side of the ceiling brackets parallel to your joists and the other side perpendicular to them, this way, you're able to adjust in both directions and not have a crooked rack if your measurements are slightly off.
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$125 per rack. so total $250 and they do awesome job.

I got it done from them. I am a new owner so was little bit hesistant on doing it myself.
guy who came in was a pro. installed both in like 30 mins. I am glad i paid and got it done from them.
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I need a deal on the 3 foot wide ones. Anyone ever see these?
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How does it cost to have one of their installers do it?
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Good deal, I paid $150 for 1 rack last time on sale at Costco
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Got these the last time they were on sale around a couple months ago. I am very happy with the purchase.

I installed them myself using a impact driver to drive the 3 inch lag bolts into the studs. That would be pretty miserable by hand.

The most time consuming part was finding the studs in the ceiling and measuring and marking out the support hole locations.

Finally, the hooks that come with this are incredibly useful, but if you want more, they are expensive. I found Hyloft brand hooks at Home Depot work with these racks and are much cheaper.


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How does it cost to have one of their installers do it?
$125 per rack. so total $250 and they do awesome job.

I got it done from them. I am a new owner so was little bit hesistant on doing it myself.
guy who came in was a pro. installed both in like 30 mins. I am glad i paid and got it done from them.

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$125 per rack. so total $250 and they do awesome job.

I got it done from them. I am a new owner so was little bit hesistant on doing it myself.
guy who came in was a pro. installed both in like 30 mins. I am glad i paid and got it done from them.
How much did you pay for the installation and do you pay costco, is there an option to pay for installation when you are ordering online.
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How much did you pay for the installation and do you pay costco, is there an option to pay for installation when you are ordering online.
If you are buying from costco, you cant pay it online. You can also buy safe racks website. They run specials depending on ur location. (Costco deals are better)
I paid $250 for installation.
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I just saw it and went to post it. repped to OP.
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Bought these awhile ago for my parents' garage, installed with the help of my sister. A tip I'd give is to install one side of the ceiling brackets parallel to your joists and the other side perpendicular to them, this way, you're able to adjust in both directions and not have a crooked rack if your measurements are slightly off.
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Bought these awhile ago for my parents' garage, installed with the help of my sister. A tip I'd give is to install one side of the ceiling brackets parallel to your joists and the other side perpendicular to them, this way, you're able to adjust in both directions and not have a crooked rack if your measurements are slightly off.
Doing that is okay but if you put too much weight on it, it could fall. parallel to joists means you are putting the entire weight on one side on one of the joists. Would not recommend but it could work for you~
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Doing that is okay but if you put too much weight on it, it could fall. parallel to joists means you are putting the entire weight on one side on one of the joists. Would not recommend but it could work for you~

SafeRacks install video have them all parallel to the joists, so I'm doubting what I recommended would be a problem, it's probably even better since one side is supported by two joists.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugylmmS2Jh8
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The main piece you drill into the joists should go on 2 separate joists I think. I forgot how i installed it but the engineer in me seems to think that's the way it should be. That way you get even weight distribution and you aren't pulling only on one joist.

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SafeRacks install video have them all parallel to the joists, so I'm doubting what I recommended would be a problem, it's probably even better since one side is supported by two joists.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugylmmS2Jh8
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The main piece you drill into the joists should go on 2 separate joists I think. I forgot how i installed it but the engineer in me seems to think that's the way it should be. That way you get even weight distribution and you aren't pulling only on one joist.

I understand what you're saying, but as the video shows, going parallel to the joists won't be a problem as long as you're hitting dead center; I don't think the company would do that it if wasn't safe, there would've been tons of lawsuits by now. If you had all ceiling brackets perpendicular to the joists, yeah, it would hold more weight since it's going into two joists, but doing it all parallel to the joists would safely allow you to put whatever SafeRacks' recommended maximum weight capacity is.
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