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Installation Guide

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Here you can find an overview of the installation process, watch a video on how to install your closet system, and download our fully illustrated and comprehensive installation guide. If you still need help, just give us a call!

Installation Overview

1: Mark Line

83 7/8” is the recommended fixing rail height (or otherwise noted on your design). Using a tape measure, measure 83 7/8” from the floor up the wall and make a mark at each corner as well as the middle of the wall.  If you are doing a floor standing system on mutilpe walls, you will need to find the high point in the floor and start from there. 

2: Hang Rail

Locate your studs on your wall. You can do this by using a stud finder or with a nail and hammer(lighlt tap the wall and listen for the different sounds). Studs are usually located either 16” or 24” apart on center. Next hold the rail so the bottom edge is on the 83 7/8” mark. Using the 2” screws provided, use your screw gun to attach the rail to a studs.  For use of togglers refer to the instruction manual.

3: Hang Verticals

Each partition is labeled above the hanging bracket for the designated closet wall and sequential location according to your plans. The walls are typically named alphabetically starting with the left wall as you are facing the closet and continuing clockwise.  Hang the first partition on the rail; make sure that the lip on the camar hanging bracket is placed behind the lip on the rail. Hang the next side on the rail using the approximate length of the fixed shelf for each section

4: Adjust Brackets

The hanging brackets are fully adjustable. They have two screws facing you, when you look at the bracket. The top screw raises and lowers the partition so you can level off each section if your rail is not perfectly level. The bottom screw is used to push and pull the system toward and out from the wall. This is done after each section has been leveled. (Note do not over tighten screws as they can strip)

5: Tighten Cams

The fixed shelves will have VB cam fittings facing down for ease of access and strength. Using a Philips screwdriver, insert the screw driver into the VB cam and turn it clockwise ¾ of a turn. For a closet organizer that has drawers, the shelves on the bottom and in between drawers can be turned over to access the VB cams from the top to make them easier to engage.

 

6: Secure Cleats

Place your level ontop of the system and make it plumb and level, using the bracket ajustment screws.  Push the cleats into place over the VB bolts on each partition.  Again find the location of the studs and use the 3” screw to screw it to the wall. This is done so the system can’t shift side to side and adds extra support to the overall unit.

7: Drawers & Baskets

Engage the slides on the drawers into the pre-mounted companion slides on the partitions.  Gently push the dawer onto the partition slide.  Pull out the drawer to its full-extension to test the engagement.  If you need to remove a drawer, lift the small black lever on the side of the drawer, as you pull it forward.  For baskets join outer slide together with the inner slide, just like the drawers. Hang the basket using the “second rim” to the slide.

8: Shelves & Tubes

The adjustable shelves have four pins used to support the shelf. You can place these adjustable shelves anywhere there are system holes. To place the wardrobe tubes, attach the tube support brackets first. The supports should be placed one hole down under the fixed shelf and in the front hole pattern. Then you can drop the tube into place.  The wardrobe tube support brackets do not need to be screwed to the partitions.


Screwdriver


Screw gun


Stud Finder


Level


Tape Measure


Pencil