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ClosetMaid 36 in. Laminated 2-Door Raised Panel Storage Cabinet in White
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ClosetMaid

36 in. Laminated 2-Door Raised Panel Storage Cabinet in White

  • Door are resistant to scratches, stains and impact
  • 2-fixed shelves and 2-adjustable shelves
  • Hardware included
$169.00 /each

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ClosetMaid's 36 in. 2-Door Raised Panel Storage Cabinet offers a solution for your laundry room, garage or other area of your home where you need additional storage. Secure this 72 in. H x 36 in. W x 18.625 in. D cabinet to the wall with the enclosed hardware. This will provide extra safety and stability. The cabinet's sculpted raised panel doors and brushed nickel-plated handles add an upscale look to any room.

  • Laminate and wood material that is durable and adds a contemporary feel
  • Doors that is resistant to scratches, stains, impact, water and UV rays
  • 2-fixed shelves and 2-adjustable shelves for versatile storage options
  • Included hardware and easy-to-follow assembly instructions
  • Easy cleanup with just a damp cloth

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36 in. Laminated 2-Door Raised Panel Storage Cabinet in White
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Are there pre drilled holes on the sides of the cabinet to install extra shelving?

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Yes. There are predrilled holes to adjust the existing shelving or install extra shelves.
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Yes there are pre-drilled holes.
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There are holes pre-drilled to make shelves adjustable to where you would like them... So I am sure you can use those for extra shelving.
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Yes, inside of side panels, about 1/2 inch deep (they don't go all the way through). In my cabinet there are 4 sets of 12 holes just above the level of the lowest hinge, and another 4 sets of 8 holes just above the level of the middle hinge. (That is, a set of holes near the front of the side panel, and another set toward the rear, and matching sets on the opposite side panel.) This allows for some Read More
Yes, inside of side panels, about 1/2 inch deep (they don't go all the way through). In my cabinet there are 4 sets of 12 holes just above the level of the lowest hinge, and another 4 sets of 8 holes just above the level of the middle hinge. (That is, a set of holes near the front of the side panel, and another set toward the rear, and matching sets on the opposite side panel.) This allows for some adjustment of the lower and middle shelves. Read Less
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May 22, 2016
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Yes, there are pre drill holes for extra shelves.
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Where can I find additional shelves to purchase?

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Yes the are available through the Closetmaid website Model # 12103.
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I don't know if you can.... you might have to make them yourself.
They sell laminated shelving at the Home Depot and might have to have it cut to size.
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As of a year ago, they did not sell additional shelves.
(I ended up purchasing the materials and cutting my own.)
Luckily, Home Depot often will offer to cut material for free (I believe they will make 1 or 2 cuts for free then charge for additional cuts, typically @$1 per cut).
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I also wanted another shelf. ClosetMaid's Web site showed an “Extra shelf kit 34.75 x 17.85 inches” but this is not available anywhere that I could find. Consequently, I was compelled to build my own shelf. It wasn't difficult, but took some care. Previous wood craft experience was helpful.
After looking at various options, I settled on a pine laminated project panel as the best choice. HD offers an Read More
I also wanted another shelf. ClosetMaid's Web site showed an “Extra shelf kit 34.75 x 17.85 inches” but this is not available anywhere that I could find. Consequently, I was compelled to build my own shelf. It wasn't difficult, but took some care. Previous wood craft experience was helpful.
After looking at various options, I settled on a pine laminated project panel as the best choice. HD offers an “edge-glued panel” (sku 493562) but this is 6 feet long and I only needed 34.75 inches of this. From another source I found a “Craft Master's Lodgepole Pine Laminated Project Panel” that was available as 48 x 20 x 3/4 inches, readily cut down to 34.75 x 17.85 with less scrap.
Given that this material was basically a series of pine boards glued together (albeit well glued), I decided to reinforce the shelf by adding 3/4 inch aluminum angle stock to each 17.85 inch edge. I cut the long dimension of the pine project panel slightly short so that the shelf with the angle stock pieces added was 34.75 inches. I secured the angle stock in place with countersunk #6-1/2 inch flat-head screws along the edges, and #6-1/2 inch pan head screws along the surface part. (Also note, cutting this shelf accurately was important so it will fit correctly and not fall off the shelf supports later.) Prior to mounting the angle stock pieces, I coated the entire surface of the shelf (including the edges) with clear polyurethane for protection.
Finally, I fashioned four new shelf support pieces from 1 1/2 inch lengths of rectangular molding, 1/4 x 1/2 inches. I had some pine molding on hand, but if I were doing this again I would try to find a denser wood. As it turns out, the shelf support holes provided in the cabinet walls by ClosetMaid have the correct tight clearance for metric M5 machine screws. #10 screws may also work, but are slightly smaller and the M5 screws fit more snugly. I drilled holes in each of the molding pieces to provide for a tight fit of 2 cm long M5 machine screws. Tricky part here is that the four shelf supports must be identical, so the holes for the M5 screws must be carefully drilled. Best to use a drill press and vice so these holes are identically placed and true. This solution worked well, but it might be better if you can find ready-to-use shelf supports - Not sure where to find these.
I debated painting the shelf white, but in my application this was unnecessary. Read Less
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Can this cabinet be hung on the wall or must it be supported on the floor?

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This cannot be hung on a wall.
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It is a floor resting pantry but I don't see why one couldn't attach it to a wall. The unit comes with cardboard backing. I had Home Depot cut a piece of particle board to size and used wood glue and screws to attach to the back and reinforce the unit. It ran me around $12 to do that. If you take a similar path you could attach it to a wall because you would then have a wood backing. I would suggest Read More
It is a floor resting pantry but I don't see why one couldn't attach it to a wall. The unit comes with cardboard backing. I had Home Depot cut a piece of particle board to size and used wood glue and screws to attach to the back and reinforce the unit. It ran me around $12 to do that. If you take a similar path you could attach it to a wall because you would then have a wood backing. I would suggest running some 2x2s or 2x1s to the wall first where your studs will be. I don't think this unit could be elevated and attached to a wall. It is much too heavy for that. Hope this helps. Read Less
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July 22, 2016
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This unit is a standing model only.
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Can this cabinet be built without the bottom?

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I'm looking for a cabinet that can hide our water softener, hence why i do not want a bottom on it. May be a stupid question, but curious. Thanks!
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You must build this cabinet with all the parts included for safety and stability.
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The bottom is needed.
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Probably not - It appears that the base provides a great deal of structural integrity for the unit. Without the base, the unit would probably be unstable left-to-right and may collapse. The top and bottom shelves are designed to be fixed in place and provide necessary overall structural rigidity. And I'm no lawyer, but without the base you probably void any warranties. That being said, I speculate that Read More
Probably not - It appears that the base provides a great deal of structural integrity for the unit. Without the base, the unit would probably be unstable left-to-right and may collapse. The top and bottom shelves are designed to be fixed in place and provide necessary overall structural rigidity. And I'm no lawyer, but without the base you probably void any warranties. That being said, I speculate that there might be a way to modify the basic unit to meet your special need. You will probably need to reinforce the unit in some other way, and retain the upper shelf if at all possible. Perhaps cut a U-shaped channel in the lower shelf, or maybe there is some way to mount the cabinet shell to a wall? HD offers general purpose steel right-angle struts that might be used. Suggest alternative might be to seek services of an experienced, licensed handyman for a special-purpose application such as this. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 107 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Particle board shelves sagging after a month of use After less than a month, the particle-board shelves are sagging in the middle. For the price, I didn't expect super high quality, but this is pathetic. We aren't putting particularly heavy stuff on these shelves, as you can see in the photo. We plan to replace the shelves with solid wood shelves. October 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality and plenty of storage room I cannot comment on the assembly as I had someone do that for me. But it seemed as though it went well and did not take long. It is very heavy so it would take two to unload it, or open carton and carry piece by piece. What I love about this cabinet is that it has so much storage room inside. As you see in the photo I have it stocked full! The exterior is a nice easy to clean finish with the paneled doors which give it more decorator appeal. Definitely would recommend this cabinet for any room in the house needing extra storage. June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's an excellent product sturdy, easy to assembly . And the price is just right. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Practical while looking great! I purchased this cabinet for my laundry room to give it a more finished look. It's the perfect size, is decent quality and looks great. October 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by poor workmanship on product. The corners have been bumped and painted over. poor workmanship on cabinet. damage on corners painted over. October 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love my cabinets! The cabinets were easy to assemble and they look very nice! October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by looks great Looks great in my kitchen/dinning area. Just moved to a small condo and needed extra storage. I've bought two and will buy one more, They look great and holds lots and lots of stuff. I am very pleased. October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE MY NEW CABINETS We saw these cabinets at our local Home Depot and thought they look really nice and not cheap looking. I ordered them online because they were $20 cheaper. We purchased 5 cabinets and was a little worried how they would line up next to each other and I was totally impressed how nice they came out! Installing took about 45 minutes to install each cabinets and the instructions were so simple. I just love my new cabinets! April 10, 2016
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