As a product, one would think that a tire should be easy to store. You buy them, you stick them in a warehouse, and you sell them. Easy as pie. However, the way that tires are stored has a HUGE effect on their appearance, durability, and value. There are several different styles of decking that store the tires in different ways. You can choose between perforated decking, wire decking, and no decking.
Perforated decking has a solid hole to decking ratio. This ratio of holes to solid deck will give solid support to the tires and will leave racked tires unmarked in the rack. These also are fire codeapproved, as they allow water to sluice through the decking, allowing fires below and around the racks to be extinguished. Wire mesh decking is less expensive than perforated decking, and leaves larger openings in the decking. If you don't plan on keeping stock on hand for long periods, this is a great option, as you want for the tires to have little time for the wire to leave marks on the tires. The least expensive way to store your tires is with no decking at all. Tier-Rack Corp engineers can design your racks with the inner and outer rack beams aligned to hold your particular tire, however, this works best when people will not be standing on the racks as they load or unload: the beams are not designed to support people securely.
Let us show you how our years of manufacturing experience can provide you with quality car tire racks at a very affordable price. We buy steel tubing directly from the tube mills in truckload quantities. Then our talented and efficient teams in our low overhead production facilities transform the steel tubing into high quality portable racks that have been designed to meet your needs. Give us a chance to prove to you that nobody does it better than Tier-Rack! Whether you need 100,000 tire racks or 10 tire racks, Tier-Rack is your best choice.