We design beautiful wardrobes including built-in wardrobes, walk-in wardrobes, sliding wardrobes and more, that turn that inefficient, jumbled mess into an area that looks great and functions well for both you and your family.
The wardrobe industry has become increasingly complex, with a range of products and finishes that can leave you confused.
From a standard wardrobe to a highly individualised design, Affordable Built-In Wardrobes & Storage Solutions will deliver a truly professional job.
And most importantly, we’ll provide prompt, reliable, trouble-free service with a 10-year guarantee. Get in touch with us today to share your wardrobes requirement.
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Affordable Wardrobes will design your new built-in wardrobes, Walk-In Wardrobes or simply renovate your tired old wardrobe to suit your needs.
Affordable provides a wide range of door finishes from practical mirror doors – giving your room a whole new dimension in size and brightness – to a full-colour range of doors, including timber and panel doors.
Decorators with experience have made use of built-in wardrobes for a long time and have good reasons for it. The built-in wardrobes can create an area that’s not just more efficient and organised, but also more attractive and appealing to the eye. So, yes, it’s worth building built-in wardrobes.
Built-in wardrobes are fairly simple to construct and can be an excellent project for anyone who wants to build their skills as a DIYer.
Built-in wardrobes, also referred to as fitted wardrobes, are basically built-in closets that have been specifically designed for the space you live in.
With a built-in or fitted wardrobe, there is no space wasted. Every inch that can be utilised is paired with a stylish style. They are built to be a perfect fit for the bedroom of your home and are unable to be moved once put in place. In essence, built-in wardrobes are one that is built inside your wall cavity and then positioned into the space.
An easy installation in which the ceiling and floor are straight and level while the walls remain horizontal and straight could be completed in as little as 2 hours to finish.
The installation of built-in wardrobes in odd places or the construction of intricate designs that include joinery elements may take a little more time.
Other elements that impact the construction time include the installation of sliding doors and the complexity of the internal storage systems as well as the kind of materials that are used.