LAS VEGAS – WoodTrac, a division of Sauder Woodworking Co., announced today from booth S1815 at the International Builders' Show (IBS) that in response to the demand for a simple, affordable alternative to traditional wire closets, they have introduced a new reach-in wood-based closet system. The new reach-in closet kits are made from the same materials and finishes as the WoodTrac full-size closet line, thus ensuring high-end quality throughout the home. While builders and closet installers will see the WoodTrac customized reach-in closet system as a product storage differentiator in their homes, homeowners will embrace the engineered wood shelves and railing of the WoodTrac reach-in closet that help efficiently organize the chaos.
“When specifying WoodTrac closets for the master suite, builders and designers would often ask us about storage solutions for the other closets in the home,” said Jonathan Zublena, Director of Sales and Marketing for WoodTrac. “Their homeowners want efficient, well-organized closets throughout the home. The new WoodTrac reach-in closet is designed as an affordable upgrade to wire closets and will transform and refresh every room in the home.”
An efficient, organized storage solution, the new WoodTrac reach-in closet system includes the finishes, contoured shelves and solid hanger bars that homeowners expect from custom closet designs. The WoodTrac reach-in closet features engineered wood shelves, allowing clothes to be stored without the impression marks traditionally associated with wire. In addition, it’s much easier to clean and wipe down a wood shelf.
Each WoodTrac reach-in closet kit includes three 48 inch shelves, rods, wall cleats and an upright; creating a double hang section and a long single hang section to maximize storage. Shelves, rods and cleats can be cut to size to fit 8 feet wide closets or smaller. The reach-in closets are available in white, cherry and espresso finishes and can be installed for under $210 MSRP in a space up to 8 feet wide. The new wood-based reach-in closets from WoodTrac are available online and through authorized WoodTrac dealers. For more information and a list of dealers, please visit 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 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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