Kitchen Tune-Up, a kitchen renovation franchise, will become a dealer for the ClosetTrac configurable closet cabinetry, a product line made by Sauder Woodworking's WoodTrac operation.
        
Dave Haglund, the president and founder of Kitchen Tune-Up,  became interested in WoodTrac’s products for potential kitchen usage after reading about the them in various trade publications. From there, WoodTrac director of sales and marketing, Jonathan Zublena, connected with Jessica Ruenz, vendor relations and training coordinator for Kitchen Tune-Up. After discussing the mutual benefits, it was decided their partnership would be a great fit for both companies.

WoodTrac closet systems are an easy and affordable way to add functionality and value to a space in a small amount of time, which supports Kitchen Tune-Up’s eight customer service ‘trustpoints’ applied to every project.

“WoodTrac aligns to our belief that updating a home can be a fast, affordable and enjoyable experience without hassle or disruption to one’s daily routine,” says Ruenz.


 
With this new partnership, WoodTrac will be helping Kitchen Tune-Up owners expand beyond kitchens and bathrooms and into closets or other rooms requiring storage solutions. “Our products can be functional in virtually any room of the home,” says Zublena. “We look forward to educating the franchise owners about our products’ versatility at the Kitchen Tune-Up national reunion in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this February.”

 

 WoodTrac ClosetTrac at a KBIS last year.

Listed as number one in the Building & Remodeling category of Entrepreneur’s 2015 Franchise 500® list, Kitchen Tune-Up has 27 years of affordable kitchen & bath remodeling, many of which can be completed in one to five days without the homeowner being displaced from their home. Services include unique one-day wood reconditioning “tune-up,” cabinet re-facing, cabinet re-dooring, custom cabinetry, granite sealing, and storage solutions.
 
To learn more about Kitchen Tune-Up and its nationwide franchise, go to www.kitchentuneup.com or www.ktufranchise.com. For more information about WoodTrac by Sauder, visit the company’s website at www.woodtrac.com.
 
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, closets and mirror frame moldings. 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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