When it comes time for you to get your new system installed, whether it’s a walk-in closet, a new entertainment center, or anything in between, there is so much to be excited for! You’ll finally be getting the organization that you’ve desperately needed. Whether your install date is just around the corner or it’s a few weeks away, you may be wondering what goes into making everything for your system.

We believe it is so important for our customers to know everything that goes into getting a California Closets system so here are the ins and outs and everything you need to know about your installation and the process!

Production
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It all begins when you set up the install date with us. In the early stages of installation, our production team runs through plans and spreadsheets to make sure all measurements are according to plan. The CAD images that your designer created is used to double-check these measurements and prepare them for the shop.

Manufacturing

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The second stage is where each piece of your new system is created. In our 30,000 square foot manufacturing shop, each piece to your new system is cut to specification and all your accessories are gathered. This is then prepared to be installed in your home!

Installation

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This is the final stage, and the one most exciting for you! Installation is always the best part because in a short amount of time you get to start using your new system! Our team of installers are all trained by our own staff and made sure to deliver the best services for you while being in your home.

Installation is an exciting time during your experience with California Closets. We hope that we close your front door when it’s all finished that you have gained a lasting impression on what California Closets is all about.

To find out more about our 30,000 sq. ft. shop click here!

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