construction of tools shelve and their impacts in the store

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CONSTRUCTION OF TOOLS SHELVE AND
THEIR IMPACTS IN THE STORE
ABSTRACT
The impact of tools shelve in every store, manufacturing industry and construction company
cannot be overemphasized. Tools shelve is needed for the display of tools either for sale or
for proper storage. The construction was made with the use of wood. Certain challenges were
encountered like high cost of construction materials and financial limitation. A tool shelf can
be attached to a wall or other vertical surface, be suspended from a ceiling, be a part of a freestanding frame unit, or it can be part of a piece of furniture such as a cabinet, some
headboards, and so on.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
CERTIFICATION
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DEDICATION
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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ABSTRACT
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1
Background to the Study
1.2
Statement of the Problem
1.3
Aims and Objectives
1.4
Justification for the Project
1.5
Limitation of the Study
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1
Tools
2.2
Uses of Tools
2.3
Construction Tools
2.4
Tools Shelve
2.5
Maintenance of Tools Shelve
2.6
Construction of Tools Shelve
2.7
Materials Used for the Construction of Tools Shelve
2.8
Importance of Tools Shelve
CHAPTER THREE
3.0
Research Methodology
3.1
Basic Requirement for Construction
3.2
Tools Needed
3.3
Procedure
3.4
Observation
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CHAPTER FOUR
4.0
Types of Wood
4.1
Paint
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0
Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation
5.1
Summary
5.2
Conclusion
5.3
Recommendation
References
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CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Background to the Study
A tool shelf is a flat horizontal plane which is used in storing
items of value that are being displayed, stored, or offered for sale. It is
raised off the ground and usually anchored/supported on its shorter length
sides by brackets. It can also be held up by columns.
A shelf is also known as a counter, ledge, mantel, or rack.
A tool shelf can be attached to a wall or other vertical surface, be
suspended from a ceiling, be a part of a free-standing frame unit, or it can
be part of a piece of furniture such as a cabinet, some headboards, and so
on. Usually two to six shelves make up a unit, each shelf being attached
perpendicularly to the vertical or diagonal supports and positioned
parallel one above the other. Free-standing shelves can be accessible from
either one or both longer length sides. A shelf with a hidden internal
bracket is termed a floating shelf.
The length of the shelf is based upon the space limitations of its
siting and the amount of weight which it will be expected to hold. The
vertical distance between the shelves is based upon the space limitations
of the unit's siting and the height of the objects; adjustable shelving
systems allow the vertical distance to be altered.
The front edge of the shelf under the object held might be used to
display the name, product number, pricing, and other information about
the object.
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The most heavy duty shelving is pallet racking.
Shelves are normally made of strong materials such as wood,
bamboo or steel, though shelves to hold lighter-weight objects can be
made of glass or plastic. Shelves can even be made from an old door,
blue-tack, colored pencils or books.
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Statement of the Problem
The construction of tools shelves is of great importance especially
to aid easy location of tools when needed.
The problem statement of this research work is based on the
necessary materials and the steps needed in construction of tools shelve.
It is worthy of note that when tools are not properly kept, it will not
only result in damage of the tools but also bring difficulty of locating
such tools when needed
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Aim
The aim of this research work is to construct tools shelve using
wood and to know their importance in the store.
Objectives
The following are the objectives of this research work;
i) To understand the cost and materials needed for the construction of
tools shelve.
ii) To know the importance of having tools shelve
iii) To also know the dangers not having tools shelve
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1.4
Justification for the Project
Construction of tools shelve is quite demanding and yet necessary.
One major factor to consider in constructing a tool shelve is the ease of
locating tools as well as the available material coupled with the ground
space available for the location of the shelf.
A tool shelve is not needed only in the building construction
company but also in a store where building materials are sold.
1.5
Limitation of the Study
There have been some set backs to accomplish the most desired result as
regard these:
 Financial constraint
 Time factor
 Lack of enough literatures
1.6
Scope of the Study
This study covers tools shelve and their impact in the store. The scope
would have being broader than this if not for financial and time constraint
which were major limitations in conducting this research work.
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