A technical floorplan of an office space that Freewall uses to gain information about where storagewall units need to be installed on a project

TECHNICAL SECTION:

UNITS

Storagewall can be a little confusing. With so many options to choose from, and a wide range of customisation for each type of unit, it can be a little daunting for the uninitiated to have the product explained to them. By reading through this section, you should have a better understanding of the ins and outs of storagewall. If you have any questions that aren't covered in this section, feel free to phone us up and get your answer straight from the source.

MODULAR SIZES

A demonstration of different storagewall widths and depths for units with double and single doors. Unit break points are denoted with a ghosting effect and separating lines. The widths are 1200mm, 1000m, 800mm, 600mm, 500mm & 400mm. The depths are 600mm, 500mm & 430mm

WIDTHS (mm)

1200

The widest standard unit type we produce. Great for long runs or storing large boxes.

1000

Often referred to as out "standard width"; this unit type is our most common due to it's versatility when space planning storagewall.

800

The smallest of our double door unit types. Great for general filing and shelving.

600

The widest of our single door units. Often used when double door units can't fit in available space, but you still want to maximise storage space. 

500

The most common of our single door units, because aesthetically it fits well with 1000mm units; they have the same width doors.

400

The smallest unit we produce. Works really well when you're tight on space.

DEPTHS (mm)

600

Our deepest unit type. Typically reserved for coats & garment units, or storing large boxes.

500

Often referred to as out "standard depth"; this unit type is our most common due to it's versatility when choosing accessories.

430

Also referred to as "A4" depth. Can be useful when you don't want the storagewall to protrude into the room as much.

SPACE PLANNING

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Our storagewall systems are made of several modular pieces, that fit together to form runs of units. This begins with an end panel, usually a finished end or a wall abutment; typically 25mm and 75mm respectively. After this panel we apply our initial structural side, which the first unit will be built off, normally measuring 20mm. We then start building the storagewall units, the sizes of which can be found listed above. Finally we use another end panel to complete the run, adding another 25 or 75mm to the overall length.

 

Using the calculator below, you can work out approximately how much space your run of storagewall will need!

TOP FINISHING

Rendered storagewall top, shows an example of a desk height top cap

DESK HEIGHT TOP CAPS

On low level desk height units we will normally finish them with an 18mm or 25mm top cap panel. Obviously the top of these units will always be visible, due to their height, so it's important that this face is presentable.

Rendered storagewall top, shows an example of a full height top cap

FULL HEIGHT TOP CAPS

On full height units you also have the option of capping the unit. Like low levels, this can be either 18mm or 25mm. We recommened this when the ceiling has obstructions that can't be moved, or there is a large void above the units.

Rendered storagewall top, shows an example of an up-stand pelmet

UP-STAND PELMETS

If your don't want a top cap on your full height unit, but there is a void above/obstructions on the ceiling, you have the option to add an up-stand pelmet. This panel tends to be about 140mm, and is designed to mimic the finish of our full height units.

Rendered storagewall top, shows an example of a full-height unit with pelmet finishing detail

FULL HEIGHT UNIT

Our floor to ceiling option. A pelmet is added above the doors and taken to approximately 20mm from the ceiling. This panel normally ranges between 135 - 165mm, but larger or smaller panels can be requested.

VARIABLE HEIGHTS

A rendering of a 2-door width storagewall unit. There is information to the side of the unit about door heights, stating that the smallest door possible is 250mm tall, and the tallest door is 2522mm tall. There is also information about the heights of pelmets, with 135mm being the smallest and 165mm being the biggest. And finally information that the tallest storagewall units can be is 2790mm up to the ceiling, and 2674mm if they are going to be capped underneath the ceiling.

Our storagewall system is easily the most versatile product on the market. We can adapt to almost any ceiling height, or desk height required, through our highly customisable unit designs.

All the doors on our units can be increased, or decreased, on increments of 32mm. With minimum height of 250mm and a max of 2522mm, we can create units as low as 400mm, all the way up to 2790mm and beyond with the use of extension panels.

FLEXIBILITY

See it for yourself! check out some of our past installations, showcasing the unbeatable versatility off Freewall's storagewall systems. Or maybe you'd like to browse through our project gallery, for a deeper dive into what goes into a Freewall job.

TO THE GALLERIES!
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We've created all sorts of storagewall for all sorts of people.
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