Do you need to know to hang a whiteboard on your cubicle wall? This article will show you how and will present you with a cubicle whiteboard I have used for years on my cubicle.
Living within the confines of cubicle walls each day for your workspace can be challenging in certain ways. It may be a challenge but would I choose an open office vs cubicle working environment? Heck No!
Finding a proper cubicle whiteboard hanger can be one of those challenges. Well, there are certainly ways in which to do this. Hangers in a cubicle are abundant out there in the marketplace. You just have to go search for them.
Hanging a Whiteboard on a Cubicle Wall
You just need the proper cubicle board hangers
I’ve been able to hang heavy items like posters or a cubicle white board by finding the proper hangers available for a cubicle. There are some factors that come into play when it comes to hanging things in a cubicle. Does the whiteboard or a magnetic dry erase board you are trying to hang come with rungs on the back into which you can hang the item?
If the dry erase board like this one is small enough and made for a cubicle wall it might come with stainless steel needles in the back that will sink into a cubicle wall. If it is a larger whiteboard for a larger office chances are they will come with rungs on the back that will allow you to hang them from a cubicle hook or some other product.
Another challenge facing cubicle dwellers is how to hang pictures in a cubicle. Hanging anything within the walls of a cubicle can be achieved with many different specialized products and some ingenuity.
How to Hang a Whiteboard in a Cubicle
One of the best products I have found for hanging a standard whiteboard within a cubicle is to use the Best-Rite Cubicle Board Hangers.
What is so great about this dry erase board cubicle hanger is that it takes into consideration the fact that not all cubicle walls are created equal!
What I mean by that is that there are varying thicknesses to different cubicle walls. It’s just a fact and these whiteboard hangers allow you to adjust to account for whatever the thickness of the wall.
You can see them in the image. The top portion slides back and forth which is the adjustable portion. Obviously you do not want the whiteboard cubicle hangers to be loose and these cubicle hangers allow you to tighten the top portion to grab the walls securely.
If you were going to use these hangers to hang a whiteboard which is definitely a great option, you would simply slide the whiteboard hangers to match the placement of the rungs that are on the back of the whiteboard. Then you will end up with a secure whiteboard hanging on your cubicle wall.
How to Hang a Dry Erase Board on a Cubicle Wall
A Perfect Cubicle Whiteboard for Small Office Needs
I use this whiteboard for cubicle wall regularly to write my latest projects on which I am working.
The thing is, a cubicle dry erase board or cubicle white board of this size comes with stainless steel needles on the back that simply sink into the cubicle walls.
Due to the fact that this cubicle dry erase board is so small the needles work fine since there is not a lot of weight involved. But, if the dry erase board was larger you could simply use the Best-Rite Cubicle Board Hangers above assuming there are rungs in the back of the dry erase board. Any manufacturer has to have some way to hang an item of this type on the back of the item.
If you want more information on cubicle hangers you can always check out my article entitled Cubicle Hangers and Cubicle Hooks – Check out my Top 5. Not only will it answer the question on how to hang a whiteboard on a cubicle wall, but it will touch on simply hanging anything on a cubicle wall.
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- Top 5 Cubicle Hangers and Cubicle Hooks
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Bob has been blogging for over 20 years and has been an office and cubicle dweller for more than 35 years. He has been featured in numerous online publications such as US News and World Report, Bustle, and Work Awesome (you can read his articles here). He created the popular office website CubicleBliss in January 2011 and rebranded it as WorkspaceBliss in April 2020.
In the office he’s been an IT Manager, Applications Engineer, Systems Analyst, Software Project leader, and Programmer Analyst in his long career. He’s a Certified Microsoft Professional and possesses a Masters of Science degree and two Bachelor of Science degrees, one of those in Informational Technology.
During his career he has worked in the office full-time, as a hybrid remote worker, and has worked from home permanently.