Where Can I Buy A Pegboard In South Africa

What is a Pegboard?

Perforated hardboard is tempered hardboard which is pre-drilled with evenly spaced holes. The holes are used to accept pegs or hooks to support various items, and perforated hardboards are therefore used for purposes such as tool boards in workshops.

Where Can I Buy A Pegboard In South Africa?

Shelving 2000

Address: 443 Luttig St, Pretoria West, Pretoria, 0002, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4:30 pm

Phone: +27 12 327 4000

Altiven South Africa

Address: Design Blvd, Hoogland, Randburg, 2169, South Africa

Areas served: Gauteng and nearby areas

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4:30 pm

Phone: +27 87 898 8888


Address: Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Cape Town, 7442, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 62 761 8410

Builders Warehouse City

Address: 13 Platinum Dr, Brooklyn, Cape Town, 7405, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 pm

Phone: +27 860 008 921

What can I use instead of pegboard?

Slatwall, also known as slotwall, is the most common alternative to pegboard for an on-the-wall storage system. Instead of pre-drilled holes, slatwall systems have horizontal grooves or slots that run along the length of the panels.

Is there a standard size for pegboard?

What is the Standard Pegboard Size? There are many sizes of pegboards, ranging from small 8-inch x 20-inch boards to massive 48-inch x 96-inch boards.

Most pegboard materials are high-density fiberboard, wood pegboard, metal pegboard systems, plastic pegboard, masonite pegboard, and epoxy resin pegboards

Are all peg boards the same?

Pegboards come in all sorts of materials and shapes like steel and wood, squares and rectangles. The holes are spaced one inch apart and usually come in two sizes.

Small holes (3/16-inch diameter) are better for smaller projects with lighter products (not ideal for that big cast-iron pan).

What material is used for pegboard?

Masonite pegboard is the most common and identifiable type of pegboard on the market. Generally made out of compressed wood fiber and resin, then coated with a thin layer of oil.