Closets Designing & Remodeling
The professionals who work in the closet design and remodel business often have backgrounds in interior design, construction, or both. One doesn't need a degree to become a closet designer, just need an eye for detail. Other important skills include carpentry skills, fashion sense, exceptional organization abilities, and excellent communication skills.
Many professionals in this field offer free quotes or estimates on jobs, especially if it will involve breaking down walls, customizing closet space, adding shelving and racks, and building on additions. They may recommend certain accessories to organize items, such as baskets, shelving, doors, and racks. Depending on the agreement, they may go out and buy all the storage system supplies needed and utilize them accordingly.
It should be a learning process as well, especially when the job focuses more on organization skills than simple remodeling, as professionals often want to empower the customer to make good organizational choices in the future. They can give tips on how to maintain their organized space, whether it involves a food pantry, living room coat closet, linen closet, or walk in bedroom closet. Rates vary by professional and job. Related professions include interior designs, decorators, display designers, and architectural designers.
Closet designing and remodeling providers usually have a website or at least a phone number for customers to call for more information. They will usually speak to a receptionist first to get a feel for the company. They may then meet with the building professional or designer to go over a custom plan for integrating a portable wardrobe, garage shelving, walk in closet, or shoe racks.
Professionals in this business should be friendly and helpful, as well as accommodating the customers' wishes in each deign element, whether that involves installing a walk in closet, widening a laundry closet, or implementing storage systems for clothes.