- If the hang rail is mounted at 74” from the floor, the top of the closet will be at 84”, leaving 10” of free space between the bottom of a shelf unit and the floor. If you have a typical 96” ceiling there will be a 12” space between the top of the closet and the ceiling.
- We have only three sizes of verticals: 48”, 74” and 84”.
- The holes for mounting the hang rail have been set based on building industry standards. Measured from their centers, wall studs in homes are usually 16” apart from each other. The holes on the hang rail will accommodate a 12”, 16” and a 24” stud separation.
- DO NOT TWIST VERTICALS ONCE THEY ARE IN PLACE. If a closet vertical is twisted at all after being attached to the hang rail, the material will break. Please use caution when moving the vertical around into different locations.
- The hutch units have been notched in back to accommodate a 7/16” x 2 ¾” base molding, which is most commonly used in the building industry. If you need to notch higher up to accommodate a larger baseboard molding, either contact us or use a jig saw to cut higher. REMEMBER: if you decide to use the larger base molding, the bottom cam shelf can only be as low as the highest part of the baseboard.
- All of our closets have a depth of 14” which is 2 inches larger than the industry standard of 12”.
- We use a connection shelf in corners to space the two closets 10” away from each other so that the hangers don’t interfere with the adjoining section.