I had the opportunity of reviewing a SpiderWeb Modular recently and I wanted to mention a few things about it. First off, it’s perfect for just about anywhere you want to put it. It gives space to areas you need storage at like in your garage. We put ours up in the feed shed. It used to be what we call the horse shed but we now store feed in it for all of the animals. It was the perfect size for holding feed scoops and other little things that we keep in there.
When I first opened the package, my mom was with me and she was frantic because she said “spider spider”. It turned out that the spider was only the logo and after we got our hearts pumping normal rhythm again, we had a good laugh over it. The only thing showing while I was un packaging it, was the top of the spider and it looked like something that was going to eat us alive.
A few things to note about the SpiderWeb Modular as per the below screenshot…
This is how the modular comes packaged. There is very little to put together.
We used a rubber hammer to get the shelves off. They didn’t want to slide up nor down but we finally got the stubborn little things to cooperate (I promised them coffee).
I then used an electric screwdriver to place the shelves where I wanted them. I like having a choice.
I had a problem with the screws lining up when it came to the last one to add. We worked around that though and after some more rubber hammering, I was able to get the screw in place.
It did cause some buckling on the shelf but nothing that hinders the performance of the modular. It’s just not quite a flush fit as you can see in this and the following photo.
This is the completed product. Ta Da…
A little about the company. First I want to apologize for this late review. After the deaths of my papa and aunt, and then changing hosts and loosing a month of posting, added to the fact that I’ve taken on my now widowed mom, going forward (with new reviews) and backwards (to re review missing product posts) has caused me to be late on a few reviews. I’d say this company is a no nonsense company because they gave me a bad review (my first one out of the thousand? reviews I’ve posted, *ouch*) due to this lateness. It’s my fault not theirs that I’m 11 days late on it and again I apologize. Life gets in the way sometimes. No nonsense companies are not always bad to work with and purchase from so don’t let that influence you in a negative way. This no nonsense trait could be to their favor because I bet they get things done efficiently and quickly. When I order products online and have to wait weeks for it, I always wish I had ordered from someone else. I received my Spider Web Modular fairly quickly and I was thrilled that there wasn’t a ping or scratch on it. The packaging was the key to that and for that they get kudos from Terri’s Little Haven.
Be sure to sign up for the free newsletter at spiderwebstorage.com.