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Install Sliding Closet Doors When Conserving Space

Posted by Lee Lumber on Jan 13, 2017 2:00:00 PM

interior_sliding_doors_2.jpegIf you are considering replacing your outdated closet doors, you should think about installing sliding closet doors.   Installing these types of closet doors has many advantages over other types of doors, especially when conserving space is a priority.

Since sliding doors move back and forth on an installed track, there is no intrusion into the room as when opening a traditional hinged door, or even a bi-fold door.  Sliding doors slide back and forth easily, to reveal your favorite wardrobe attire in a walk-in closet, beloved accessories, or your overflowing shoe rack.

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If you replace old closet doors with decorative sliding doors, you will improve the look and feel you have when you walk into the room.  Not only will your new doors look amazing, they will be much more functional that your old obtrusive doors that do not add value to the room.

Why Replace Closet Doors with Sliding Doors

You may not be aware of the endless style choices you have with your closet doors.  Our closets are often something we don’t think about too often, not until we need access to pull out an outfit or hide a basket of laundry.  If you stop to think about the anchor to a room that a closet provides, you may soon realize that closet doors deserve a little more attention than they are used to getting. 

What is the first thing a potential home buyer notices when they walk into a bedroom?  The closet!  How big is it?  Is it easily accessible?  Will it work for me?  Improving the look of your closet will add value to your home, and in some cases can be a deal-breaker or a deal-maker when buying or selling a home, especially in the master bedroom suite. 

Many Decorative Choices in Style for Sliding Doors

Lee Lumber realizes the importance of comfort and functionality for your interior doors, including your closets.  Lee Lumber is an experienced distributor of TruStileDoors, Masonite, Therma-Tru, and Upstate Door Company, among other world class suppliers.   This relationship allows Lee Lumber to offer you endless options with sleek and contemporary designs, quick turn-around times and flexibility for your custom designed sliding closet doors. 

Whatever your décor, we can assist you with a style that will enhance your room’s comfort and functionality.  We have doors manufactured in a variety of materials including composite, fiberglass, vinyl, solid wood and wood particulate, decorative beveled or polished glass and mirrored or opaque options, and any other custom design desired for your home.   Our frames come in a variety of choices as well, offering wood or aluminum frames, in any color to match your room.

With the never-ending options of doors from our valuable partners, we are sure to find just the right fit for your home.  Contact Lee Lumber today  or visit any of our locations for expert assistance on improving the comfort and functionality of your home with sliding closet doors

 

 

 

 

If you are considering replacing your outdated closet doors, you should think about installing sliding closet doors.   Installing sliding closet doors has many advantages over other types of doors, especially when conserving space is a priority.

Since sliding doors move back and forth on an installed track, there is no intrusion into the room as when opening a traditional hinged door, or even a bi-fold door.  Sliding doors slide back and forth easily, to reveal your favorite wardrobe attire, beloved accessories, or your overflowing shoe rack.

If you replace old closet doors with decorative sliding doors, you will improve the look and feel you have when you walk into the room.  Not only will your new doors look amazing, they will be much more functional that your old obtrusive doors that do not add value to the room.

Why Replace Closet Doors with Sliding Doors

You may not be aware of the endless style choices you have with your closet doors.  Our closets are often something we don’t think about too often, not until we need access to pull out an outfit or hide a basket of laundry.  If you stop to think about the anchor to a room that a closet provides, you may soon realize that closet doors deserve a little more attention than they are used to getting. 

What is the first thing a potential home buyer notices when they walk into a bedroom?  The closet!  How big is it?  Is it easily accessible?  Will it work for me?  Improving the look of your closet will add value to your home, and in some cases can be a deal-breaker or a deal-maker when buying or selling a home. 

Many Decorative Choices in Style for Sliding Doors

Lee Lumber realizes the importance of comfort and functionality for your interior doors, including your closets.  Lee Lumber is an experienced distributor of TruStile Doors, Masonite, and Upstate Door Company, among other world class suppliers.   This relationship allows Lee Lumber to offer you endless options with sleek and contemporary designs, quick turn-around times and flexibility for your custom designed sliding closet doors. 

Whatever your décor, we can assist you with a style that will enhance your room’s comfort and functionality.  We have doors manufactured in a variety of materials including composite, fiberglass, vinyl, solid wood and wood particulate, decorative beveled or polished glass and mirrored or opaque options, and any other custom design desired for your home.   Our frames come in a variety of choices as well, offering wood or aluminum frames, in any color to match your room.

With the never-ending options of doors from our valuable partners , we are sure to find just the right fit for your home.  Contact Lee Lumber today for expert assistance on improving the comfort and functionality of your home with sliding closet doors

 

 

 

 

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