If you’re in the process of upgrading a current warehouse or designing a new one, adding a wire cage might be just what you need for a safer, more secure and organized facility. Adding a wire cage can keep equipment and materials safe from accidental damage due to things like forklift collision, bumps, and spills. It also helps to keep sensitive, expensive, or essential parts safe from threats like theft. With the obvious benefits, you might be wondering how they are installed and what else they can be used for. Today we’ll walk you through the advantages of a wire cage.
When building something like a wire cage in an area with heavy use as a warehouse, it needs to be just as strong and durable as anything else. Wire cages are built using heavy materials like ten-gauge wire which is welded together and covered with a protective coating. The result of all this is a unit that will last for many years to come and hold up to even the most robust use.
Easy to Install
One of the many benefits of having a wire cage installed is that it doesn’t need to be permanent. It can grow, change, and move with your company as your needs change. As with a modular office unit, this allows you to have a lot of versatility with you will use your wire cage.
While there is a standard base of how and of what materials a wire cage is built, there’s plenty of room for customization. Wires can be woven in different patterns to increase the strength and security of the unit. You could also try adding custom shelving or add gates, doors, and panels all to help create the perfect balance of form and function.
Questions about Wire Cages? Ask Metro Shelving!
If you still have questions about how wire cages will benefit your warehouse, Metro Shelving is here to help you. If you need to outfit a warehouse, give us a call at 800-400-7500 or visit us online. We will work with you to create the perfect office space for you, your business, and your employees. We can even help you if you are interested in outfitting your garage, laundry room, or even your kitchen pantry. For more tips, tricks, and to see what we have been working on, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.