Frequently Asked Questions
Our most frequently asked questions are listed below, and as always if you have any other questions, you can call, text, email or come on by.
Our short answer: Because doing it before moving in eliminates the pain of inconvenience, mess, and expense. If you’ve ever torn out a closet system before, you already know what we’re talking about. If you haven’t, here’s how it works: Then you start removing your existing closet parts. If it’s wood plank and pole, get out your pry-bar and cover your furniture, because you’re about to make a big mess with drywall dust flying everywhere. If it’s a wire or other system, the odds are the previous installers used anchors that are about to leave nice big holes in your wall. You remove all your clothes and belongings from your closet, often having to place them all over your bed or furniture (we won’t even mention ‘wrinkling’ yet). Once you’ve removed the old closet, now it’s time for repairs: Drywall Patching Re-texturing (and hoping you match the original) Re-painting (you saved that extra paint, right?) And finally – if you’ve done all this yourself, you might have saved a few bucks – but you lost an entire weekend. “Sorry, kids! Daddy was too busy to go to the lake!” (Did we also mention that extra dry cleaning cost for the clothes that got wrinkled and dusty from the drywall mess?) Finally – it’s time to put in your new closet. Of course, if you had installed your upgrades BEFORE you closed escrow on your home, Closets Las Vegas would have been able to apply the cost of your standard closet to the upgrades you wanted to include. But that option has passed you by, so we have to start from scratch. It’s an unpleasant scenario, to say the least. And ultimately costs you time and money that you could have saved by having it all done during construction.