The Medio comes with two fixing options that are included in the price: the standard masonry rods work brilliantly if you’re installing your shelves onto a masonry, brick or breeze block wall; the batten fixing can be used on masonry or plasterboard walls. If you order the batten fixing you’ll find a strong timber bracket – which is made to the exact dimensions of your shelf- tucked inside the cavity at the back of the shelf; simply ease the batten out, secure it to the wall and slide your shelf over it. You can then secure the shelf to the batten using the small screws provided, or a small dab of adhesive. The batten is completely concealed inside the shelf, maintaining the ‘floating’ appearance. We recommend the batten is used only on shelves where the depth is 25cm or less. The third fixing method is resin & threaded bars; you may find this a good solution if you are planning to put a lot of weight on your shelf, but it can only be used with a masonry wall and it does need a slightly higher level of DIY competence to get a good result! The resin & threaded bar fixings cost £11.50, which will be added to your total; the other fixings are free and you only need to select the quantity if choosing the resin & threaded bar fixings.
All of our shelves are straightforward for a DIY enthusiast to install and come with all of the fixings you’ll need but you may want to consult and use a professional tradesperson for your installation.
If you have any questions about any of our products, please feel free to contact us either by calling us or emailing us via the website; we’re always happy to help!