Not Your Grandmother’s Closet
All Closets are not created equal. Before Modular Closets revolutionized the closet industry in 2015, closets were reduced to spaces that were underdeveloped and underutilized.
A modular closet system is a closet made up of standardized units or sections that allow for simple design, flexible arrangement, and easy construction. Most closet companies sell what’s called a “rail system;” a closet that is comprised of multiple panels that hang on a rail which is attached to a wall. A rail system causes confusion during the design process, makes the installation process very complicated, and does not hold up as well over time.
When we think about how a closet can be so much more than just a rod with minimal hanging, we begin to see how a modular closet system offers so much more.
Benefits of the Modular Closet System
The ability to use state-of-the-art design software has vastly changed the way consumers can envision their closet space. Whether it's a large walk-in or smaller reach-in closet, consumers can now use design software to edit and change their closet spaces according to their individual needs.
The possibilities are endless
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Modular Closets come packaged in an organized arrangement, are pre-cut, drilled, ready to build, assemble and install in a snap.
With a modular closet system, you don't have to sacrifice quality for cost. You can easily design the closet of your dreams from your laptop, have it shipped for free, and install in just a few hours.
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After hours of scouring the internet, you've managed to find your desired closet. But if you are inexperienced in closet installation, we have everything you need to know!
Before you purchase your desired closet, it's always better to have a primary understanding of how the closet installation works. Read on for our comprehensive guide, where we'll explain the ins and outs of the closet installation process.