Getting a custom pantry done can be an intimidating and tedious process. Before getting your remodel service done, there are a few things you should know. Keep reading to find out what questions to ask yourself to prepare for your custom pantry with Closet & Storage Concepts West Berlin.
What is the purpose of your pantry?
This might seem like an obvious question at first, but this can be answered in a multitude of ways. Before you get started with your custom pantry, you should determine your desired end result. For example, are you looking for an optimized setup to speed up family dinner time? Or are you trying to make your pantry child-friendly so that you can involve your children more in the kitchen? No matter what your needs are, keeping a goal in mind will best allow you to make decisions about your space. This will make the process easier for both you and our designers.
What type of shelving are you looking for?
While a pantry typically has levels by default, you can customize your pantry’s levels to better suit your needs. For example, if you have young children you could drawers or opt for soft-close drawers so that they don’t hurt their fingers. Whereas if you live alone or without children, you can use drawers, and door racks, and even install wine storage.
When are you hoping for the project to be done?
All of our pantry storage systems are custom designed and manufactured in our own facility, which means we can customize every aspect of it. This also means that your dream pantry might take a little longer than a regular DIY home project. Before you start your custom pantry service make sure that you communicate to your designer when you are hoping to have your remodeling done.
Get the experts involved!
From the initial design consultation to the final installation of your pantry system, our design team will walk you through the entire process. Customer satisfaction is our top priority, and we’re sure you’ll love your new pantry.
Contact us today for a free, no-obligation in-home consultation today! (Philadelphia, New Jersey, Maryland)
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