ARCHBOLD, Ohio – WoodTrac, a division of Sauder Woodworking Co., is introducing its wood-based closet system at the Remodeling Show/Deck Expo 2012 in Baltimore, Md., October 10 -13. Understanding homeowners’ organizational needs as well as dealer and installer demands for simplicity, WoodTrac pulled from its furniture expertise to introduce WoodTrac® Closets.

Finally, homeowners can have the finishes, contour moldings, profiles and framed panels of a more expensive custom closet at a fraction of the cost. Features like glass doors and 5-panel drawer construction add to a custom, high-end appearance while hardware-like soft close doors are a symbol of WoodTrac product quality.

Simplicity and affordability are the hallmarks of the new WoodTrac closet system. Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty, WoodTrac closets come in a variety of sizes, finishes and design options tailored to fit each home’s organizational needs. Thesimple storage system is available in white, cherry and espresso finishes with adjustable shelves or drawers, doors and shelves.

To make it easier for installers, the pre-packaged towers include all necessary pieces and hardware and can be wall mounted or floor mounted with no special machinery required. The free hanging or floor mounted closets allow units to hang above baseboards for quicker installation and allows homeowners to easily change out flooring in the future. Meanwhile, floor mounted units 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.

WoodTrac makes closet design and selection a snap with its easy-to-use, closet configurator. The WoodTrac closet configurator shows different configurations available based on the size of your closet opening and shelving, drawers, doors, rods and finish choices. Please visit for access to the WoodTrac closet configurator, dealer locator and installation video.

About WoodTrac

Headquartered in Archbold, Ohio, WoodTrac is a division of Sauder Woodworking Co., the company that made good furniture affordable with its invention of Ready-to-Assemble furniture in 1953. Today, WoodTrac is following in the parent company’s footsteps with simple affordable solutions to applications as diverse as ceilings and closets. WoodTrac combines its heritage of innovation with the strength of its state-of-the-art manufacturing operation and a large distribution network to provide products and services to its customers in the residential and commercial market.


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