If you know the manufacturer, eg there is a label on it somewhere, it
may be best to ask their advice. If only, where to drill to avoid the
steel reinforcements that may be in the sections. Or try and find them
with a detector.
Other than that, AFAAIK, an electro-pneumatic hammer drill and a good
quality bit will do the job - that they are going to be SDS is incidental.
In the one we had twenty years back, the panels were bolted together and I'm
pretty sure there was a shelving system that could be attached to the bolts.
Personally, I'd prefer to install free standing shelves to drilling into the
Yes an sds drill will do the job ok.
Personally I would line with plywood , and attach shelves to that. You may
even have a piece of wood to attach to at the top of the panels, once fixed
at the top gravity and maybe some glue will hold the rest from flapping
An SDS drill will tend to make rather a large exit hole in my
experience when used on a concrete garage, that's if you drill right
through of course. On my prefabricated concrete garage if I drill
right through the thinner parts of the concrete pieces that make the
garage then there tends to be a 2" or so diameter crater where the
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