Because deed and docket books contain important records, county clerks office’s maintain them for long periods of time. But storing deed and docket books in your courthouse can be a major challenge. They are heavy and take up a lot of space.
StoreMoreStore’s innovative roller shelves are the best way to store deed and docket books in your courthouse because the shelves optimize storage space and offer easy access to the books.
Unlike with traditional open shelving, the roller shelves are designed to store deed and docket books flat on their side. The openings are smaller, but they maximize the number of books that will fit in the unit.
And the reason the unit is called roller shelves is because each shelf has a set of rollers. The deed and docket books sit on top of the rollers. This way when you reach in to retrieve a book, the rollers assist you, making the book slide right out, which is essential when you are dealing with heavy books.
Features of the Roller Shelves
Below are some of the features and options of the Roller Shelving.
- Designed for Docket books, deed books, plat books, or any large document record book
- Perfect for books up to 5-1/8″ high (spine height with book on side)
- Comes with closed side panels
- Includes front base
- Choice of 19 standard colors customize the look of your storage room.
- Made in the U.S.A.
Shop Now for Roller Shelves Online
We have all kinds of roller shelves available online that will meet your courthouse’s docket and deed book storage needs. And don’t forget, if you need any help making a decision or have any questions please give us a toll free call at 1-855-786-7667.
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