If you hope to be successful in any endeavor, preparation is key. That idea also applies when you’re upgrading your home with a custom luxury closet organizer from Closet POSSIBLE. During this process, our team will be working hard to get prepared, but there are also a few things you can do to get ready so the entire process will go smoothly. Here’s some advice about how you can prepare for your custom closet installation.
Before anything else happens, you will need to meet with our experienced custom closet designers. Our team will come to your home, take measurements, and discuss a range of options including types of organizers, materials, finishes, and more. Once we have worked out everything that will be needed for the project, you can begin preparing your home for the work to start.
Downsizing Your Belongings
A big part of getting organized is taking stock of the things you own and decide which ones you actually need to keep. Before your custom closets in Ewing installation can begin, you will need to empty it out and figure out which items will go back into your new closet. At Closet POSSIBLE, we have partnered with HomeFront, a Central New Jersey organization that helps local families break the cycle of the property. If you have items in your closet that you no longer need, we would be happy to bring them to HomeFront where they can get a new life with a family that needs them.
Visualization with a 3D Look
It’s one thing to choose closet organizer options from our selection; it’s another to see how they will look in your closet. Closet POSSIBLE uses advanced 3D visualization techniques to superimpose your simulated closet organization system over your actual closet space so you can see what it will look like when it is installed.
Move Electrical Outlets/Light Switches and Paint
In many cases, your new closet organizer will interfere with your existing outlets, light switches, and other permanent fixtures. Once you have everything cleared out, it’s a good idea to get your electrical connections straightened out. We suggest speaking to a professional electrician about moving any outlets or light switches; you can even add new outlets if you want to install charging stations, lights, and other features. When your electrical work is done, a fresh coat of paint will ensure your new closet organization system looks exactly the way you imagined it would.
Custom Closet Design in New Jersey
If your living spaces are not as organized as you would like, Closet POSSIBLE can help! Since 2014, we have been helping New Jersey residents find solutions for all their most challenging organizational tasks. Whether you need organized storage in your closets, basement, bedroom, garage, home office, or anywhere else in your home, we have the answers you are looking for. Call us at (267) 566-3222 or fill out the online form on our contact page to find out more about our closets!