WoodTrac says it drew on the ready-to-assemble furniture expertise of its parent Sauder to create WoodTrac Closets.
Finishes, contour moldings, profiles and framed panels used in custom closets are included, with features like glass doors and 5-panel drawer construction. Soft-close door hardware is incorporated.
Featuring a limited lifetime warranty, WoodTrac closets come in white, cherry and espresso finishes with adjustable shelves or drawers, doors and shelves.
For installers, the pre-packaged towers include all necessary pieces and hardware and can be wall mounted or floor mounted. Free hanging or floor mounted closets allow units to hang above baseboards for quicker installation and allows homeowners to change out flooring in the future. Floor mounted versions give a more built-in/custom look. The pre-packaged storage towers are 83” high and 15” deep and come in 18”, 24” and 30” widths.
A WoodTrac closet configurator shows different configurations available based on the size of your closet opening and shelving, drawers, doors, rods and finish choices.
Archbold, OH-based Sauder was established in 1934 and takes credit for inventing RTA furniture in 1953. The company has previously established itself in the RTA closet organization system marketplace, selling through Walmart, Target, Lowe's and other national retailers, as well as online.
Sauder's WoodTrac division was launched to market a system for installing three-dimensional wood ceiling tiles.
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