Building a fitted wardrobe
How difficult is it to install our wardrobes yourself?
We’ve all been there: we’ve found the perfect wardrobe that complements our room, and all that’s left to do is fit it. But how difficult is this to do yourself? If you’re wondering how to build a wardrobe, this guide will show you just how easy it is to install our products at home.
All of our sliding wardrobes can be customised and designed online, made-to-measure and then delivered to your room of choice. Once delivered, installation is simple. Our sliding wardrobe doors are made to be fitted at home by our customers, and so are constructed with ease in mind. On top of that, we have a wealth of resources, guides and FAQ’s here on our website.
If you find yourself needing the help of an expert when building a fitted wardrobe, we’re always happy to speak on the phone, however we’re confident you’ll find the all the help you need online. Here’s why:
Measuring up for our fitted wardrobes is simple
Preparing and measuring your room should be done before purchasing your wardrobe. By being prepared this way, you’ll be absolutely certain that your wardrobe will fit your space. Measuring up is simple, in fact, we’ve created a measuring guide to help you get it right the first time.
In the guide, you’ll find information on which measurements to take, how much room our products can accommodate and how you can use a height reducer to correct larger spaces.
The main thing to bear in mind when measuring a space is that you’ll be dealing with the aperture size, not the door size. This means you’ll be measuring the space that the doors will fit into, which will be naturally larger than the doors, as you’ll be installing liners as well. The good news is that our software will automatically account for this, giving you the correct measurements for your doors. The only exception to this rule is if you’re planning to install your own liners, or batons to level up the aperture. In this case, measure the space with your installed sections in place.
Building a fitted wardrobe is easy when you know our products
Once you’ve taken delivery of your new wardrobe, you can get started on the installation. When it comes to wardrobes, there are a lot of different products. From wall-to-end panels, wall-to-wall panels and liners, there are many different types of fitting.
Our FAQ guides answer our most frequently asked questions, and can help you to understand our products, so when looking at our instructional guides, you’ll know exactly what everything means.
We’ll take you through how to build a wardrobe, step-by-step
Our in-depth FAQ articles cover the entire design and creation process of building a fitted wardrobe, and between them, you’ll have the know-how to install your wardrobe without any problems. From designing your own wardrobe, to choosing wardrobe fittings, our guides will take you through each step of the process.
To help get your order just right, we recommend you use our design your own wardrobe tool. If you’d like more information on how to use this tool, we’ve created a walk-through guide for it in our sliding wardrobe designs FAQ.
For advice on choosing walk-in wardrobe designs and how to best utilise your space, take a look at our walk-in wardrobe designs guide.
Our extra resources for building a fitted wardrobe
If you’re still left scratching your head, surrounded by sections of wardrobe doors, then don’t worry, we have a range of guides and FAQs that go further in-depth on a variety of topics. From how to fit liners, put up tower unit shelves and aura storage systems, we’ve got a guide for every situation.
As always, if there’s a question that you can’t find the answer to, simply get in touch by giving us a call on 0800 048 2370.