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Box Shelving for Storing Inactive Paper Records Maximizes Space

storing inactive paper records in box shelvingYour inactive paper records might be archival, meaning you have to keep them forever because of their financial, legal or historical value; on the other hand, they might be non-archival, lacking value and eventually set for disposition. Either way, these inactive records can take up a lot of space. But instead of spending the money and taking the time to move your inactive paper records to an off-site facility, there’s a better solution – maximize the space you already have with box shelving.

Why You Should Use Box Shelving for Inactive Paper Records

Box shelving keeps inactive paper records organized. And also up off the floor and away from the tops of your lateral file cabinets. The shelving is designed so that each box fits perfectly on the shelf without any wasted space in between. Since the shelving extends up and fits along the wall, you make the most of your storage space. Also, boxes are neatly stored, which removes clutter and presents a professional appearance. And when the situation arises that you need to locate a box of records for legal reasons, it will be easy to find.

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Features of the Box Shelving for Inactive Paper Record Storagebox shelving for inactive records adder unit

  • Constructed of heavy-duty steel
  • Store letter/legal boxes measuring 12-1/2″ wide x 16″ deep x 10″ high
  • Shelves are adjustable on 1-1/2″ centers
  • Assembly only requires a rubber mallet
  • 20 colors to choose from
  • Made in the U.S.A.

The box shelving is available in “starter” and “adder” units. The first section of shelving needs to be a starter unit because the adder units connect to it. From there, you can add as many adder units as you want. For complete flexibility, purchasing all starter units is recommended.

Get Box Shelving for Your Inactive Paper Records Now

StoreMoreStore has a wide selection of box shelving for storing your inactive records online. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for or have questions about our box shelving, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.


Why You Need Box Shelving for Storing Record Boxes

Sliding Box ShelvingStoring boxes in piles on the floor is not only unpleasant to look at, it’s downright unsafe. Even if the piles are nice, the stuff in the boxes is heavy. And asking employees to lift the boxes can put them at risk for injuries. Also, boxes on the floor can get damaged by water. Box shelving is the answer for storing record boxes.

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What You Gain from Using Box Shelving

You might not think that storing boxes on shelving is worthwhile, but you would be wrong. There are so many benefits to using box shelving including,

  • Increased Storage Capacity
  • Floor Space Savings
  • Clear Access Aisles
  • Boxes are Easy to Find
  • Boxes Protected from Water Damage
  • Boxes Safe from Rodents and Insects
  • Reduce Injury from Lifting Heavy Boxes

With everything that you gain, there’s just no reason not to use shelving.Stationary Box Shelving

What Type of Box Shelving Should You Use?

Now, that you know you want to store record boxes in shelving, what type should you choose? StoreMoreStore has a variety of options:

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And if you need any boxes, you can visit our partner Office Supplies Furniture USA. They have so many types of boxes; you’re guaranteed to find just what you need.