The Closet Process

Creating Your Custom Closet

Here at Classic Closets, every closet is unique. Even with production building where every house looks the same, they all are different. Each and every customer has different needs, likes and dislikes. That is where we come in. At Classic Closets, we strive to design your closet to meet your exact needs. Today we are going to walk you through our complete process. From setting up your first consultation appointment with our friendly sales staff, to installing your custom closets. It all starts with one phone call.

 Give us a call or fill out the consultation request form on our website at www.classicclosets.net. You will then be directed to the proper salesman for your area. We currently have 4 salesmen that cover different territories across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.   Pictured here are Barry Tidwell, owner of Classic Closets (see left) and Jim Jones, our North Alabama salesman (see right).

Give us a call or fill out the consultation request form on our website at www.classicclosets.net. You will then be directed to the proper salesman for your area. We currently have 4 salesmen that cover different territories across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

Pictured here are Barry Tidwell, owner of Classic Closets (see left) and Jim Jones, our North Alabama salesman (see right).

Now it’s time to sit down and answer some questions:

  • What will work best for the space you have?

  • What do you need in your closet? Do you need drawers, long hanging, adjustable shelves, double hanging or shoe shelves?

  • Could you use accessories like a jewelry tray, valet rod, belt rack or tie rack?

  • What is your budget?

After you’ve answered all the questions from your salesman and he has measured your space, he will then draw your closet using our state-of-the-art designing software. You will receive a 3D rendering of what your closets could look like.

Below are samples of a previous customers floor plan and 3D renderings. If you are satisfied with the drawings, he will then forward them to our main office.

When the office receives the drawings and deposit, the plant manager then composes a cut list. He goes through the process of breaking down each room, so the plant can focus on one room at a time.

Next, the staff begins to operate on the machines.

 The CNC router cuts to size within 5,000ths of an inch to be completely customized to your standards.

The CNC router cuts to size within 5,000ths of an inch to be completely customized to your standards.

 The panel saw assists the staff in carving the adjustable shelves.

The panel saw assists the staff in carving the adjustable shelves.

 Once all the cutting is finished, the edge bander puts the smooth edges along the sides of the board.

Once all the cutting is finished, the edge bander puts the smooth edges along the sides of the board.

Lastly, the boards are moved over to another station to be wrapped and for additional drawers to be added. Staff members wrap each item according to the unit and room. This process makes it easier for them to load and unload appropriate items for each installation.

Below are pictures of our installers on the job.

 Finished product.

Finished product.