Make Room with a Closet Organizer

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Everyone has at least a couple closets in their home, and most of them are probably unorganized messes. Maybe yours isn't, but the vast majority of people have organizational problems in there. There's usually a copious amount of space going to waste in there. The wasted space is what drives disorganization and it can lead to a huge amount of time being wasted when you're in there trying to find something.

Messy closets make people think that they are prematurely out of room in there. What ends up happening then is they start cramming stuff into their attics and garages and those places become cluttered too. Some individuals even end up renting storage space because they're storage spots at home are in such disarray that they have nowhere to put their things. The obvious solution to this problem is a closet organizer.

If you decide to give one a try, you'll have wooden, plastic and wire organizers to choose from. Wood offers a level of strength that the other two can't bring to the table, and it looks gorgeous. Unfortunately, it's also the most expensive. Wire organizers lack the strength of wood but are super affordable. Cheaper still are the plastic type, but they are also the weakest of all. Wire is definitely the best mix of sturdiness, price and functionality.

Would-be-organizers also have the choice of either buying a comprehensive kit or putting one together piecemeal. If your closet is small or you only need a little help getting a few cluttered items into place, then consider the second option. A better option for those whose closets really need some work, though, is to buy a full closet kit to fully reorganize the storage space.

The third and final decision to make is whether you want to put it in yourself or not. Contractors know what they are doing but can be expensive. It's crucial that you take proper measurements if you're going to do the work yourself. You're going to need a drill, tape measurer, hacksaw, pencil, screwdriver, hammer and a stud finder. Once you've got those, you're all set. Time to start organizing!

 

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