Fiberglass wall panels – If you put shelves on the outside of a wall seems like it can take up too much space, it is possible to build shelves inside the wall under certain circumstances. These shelves can also be installed in or near internal walkways, where useful space is limited. Depending on the type of wall covering you have and where the wall is located, cut a part of the wall and put shelves that are level with the wall surface can be just the thing for your house.
Plan ahead. Choose a place for your shelves that are convenient and easy to install. Installing shelves between the bars in the wall is recommended only for inner fiberglass wall panels with sheetrock cover. In addition, it will help to determine if your wall controls are built at 16-inch centers or 24-inch centers. In addition, a good idea of how your electrical wiring is running is important because if you remove some of the wall board and discover electrical wiring, it will be necessary to spend your time replacing that part of wallboards instead of building the shelves as originally intended.
Look for the rules. Once you have found the area for the shelves inside fiberglass wall panels, you must find each stud, because you will place the shelves between the rules. Cut sheetrock between the two lines. Take a jigsaw and start well within the space between the two bolts. First take the cut to the edge of each post 2 x 4. Then cut in a downward direction along each edge of two 2 x 4’s. Stay at a predetermined height, maybe 2 meters, and this will be the bottom edge of your shelf space. Do the same in an upward direction to create the upper limit of your shelf space. Six feet can be a good place to finish the shelves.