Did you know that you, as a homeowner, have a key role in ensuring a successful closet system installation? In fact, how well you do your part is a major factor in the success of the project. Here are 6 steps to consider before our installers arrive:
Who knows how many times people have said the phrase, "It's only a closet". And who knows how many times we've had clients exclaiming after an installation that "I just LOVE my new closet!".
Which phrase applies to you, and how do you get from phrase one to phrase two?
Have you ever thought about why you chose a certain paint color or a piece of jewelry? You probably picked it because you liked it, or because it inspired you or brought you joy. Whatever the reason, over time, all of your choices have come together to create a unique style. Your style is important because it shows who you are and what you like. The clothes you wear are usually the easiest ways to tell a person's style; but what about where you keep your clothes? Does your closet match your style?
Today, it's hard to spot quality clothing based on the price tag alone. Costly designer garments can be shoddily made; modestly-priced clothing can be of top quality. To get the most for your money, look for good fabric, appropriate styling, and proper construction and finishing -- good buys can be found at every price point. Try these tricks to sort out the good from the bad: