Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 124
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MC My garage is the envy of the neighborhood! Thanks to Home Depot!!!
Our friend James was ready willing and able to quickly put all of my 4 cabinets together. What a splendid way to store the garage "stuff", and make it look GREAT! Perfect size, perfect shelving and so nice to view. Thank you Home Depot!!
Unfortunately I am a widow, but like to do as much as possible to keep my home looking as it did when my husband was alive. Thanks to Home Depot, I purchase cabinetry, mulch, plants, bricks, microwaves, mirrors, etc. etc. etc. all from Home Depot. They have the nicest people, who I can trust. You have no idea how much that means to me. I'm always proud to show off my garage.
March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by petcharis pretty cheaply made
Right out of the box The door came with LARGE scratches all the way up and down the door. ( I saw NO damage to the packing box so the manufacture just went ahead and sent it this way) Of course it is the last thing I put on so I didnt want to take it back at this point ...very dissatisfied! I WOULD LOVE FOR THE MANUFACTURE TO SEND ME A NEW DOOR!
March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cooper48 Just bought my fourth one
Needed closet space that was somewhat customizable, durable and didn't cost an exorbitant amount of money. These meet all those criteria for me. I have assembled them on my own, but it's much better to have a helper during certain sections. Have also had to disassemble an entire unit because I didn't follow the instructions and all the finished sides were on the wrong side. So, read read read and then LOOK at what you are doing before you go onto the next step. Plus, the biggest bonus for me was being able to decorate them! I have two next to each other, and I added removable decals and my own handles, and for another set I modge podged Van Gogh's Starry Starry Night over the length of the cabinets--not quite finished painting it yet. You do have to prime before painting, but...you can make them special without too much effort! Getting the doors to line up can be a little tricky..but I got them aligned eventually. Overall VERY happy with them.
February 29, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Exemplary1 Could ship with better protection
You get what you pay for with these cabinets, essentially sawdust and glue. As such, care must be taken with handling and assembly. The flimsy cardboard boxes shipped in allowed the corners to get dinged, thus all my corners were mashed somewhat. Surprisingly they do not insert a guard around the corners for shipping as the boxes weigh quite a lot. I also added a few support brackets of my own for rigidity.
April 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Curtis Size Problem
I already bought a set like the combo picture shows, without the 48" piece though. I decided to expand it and bought two 48", one 24". It turned out they do not have the same depth!. They do not look like what is shown. What is shown in the picture is indeed three 24"s, no 48" at all! It is so misleading now my cabinets got uneven front! Speaking of the product. It is ok. Quality is fine. It is just that you can't put all together aligned.
April 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYJudo Cheap, easy wardrobe.
Our bedroom didn't have a built in closet so we bought 2 of these. They work great!
April 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Josh Great cabinets for the money. Perfect for my garage.
We bought 4 of these for the garage to clean up all of our clutter. The first one took me about 2.5 hours to put together, by the time I got to the last one it probably wasn't any more than an hour. The impact driver really helped to speed up installing some of the screws, but don't go nuts, I'm sure it's easy to strip the particle board. I just snugged them, then tightened the rest of the way with a screwdriver. I wasn't missing any parts, nothing was broken. The boxes are insanely heavy.... I see other people had some complaints about them but all 4 of mine went together very smoothly. After reading so many complaints about them being flimsy I was a little worried, but they were actually pretty sturdy. I lined all 4 in a row, clamped them(before I put the doors on) and used some 1" screws to screw them all together to keep any of them from moving and to make them all more stable. I also bought some angle brackets and put 4 in each cabinet. I don't think they needed them, but I bought them before I had built them based off reviews of people saying they were flimsy. I don't think they were needed, but they can't hurt. We fit a ton of stuff in them. They look very nice considering they were the cheapest cabinets we could find. People are correct that the back piece is just dense cardboard, but so is the back for every other piece of furniture I've ever built. Only thing I didn't really like is that the handles are cheap plastic. They feel ok but look a little cheap, especially considering the ones on the box kind of look like metal. We'll replace those with metal ones someday.
Only other thing I had to do was shim the cabinets to get them all lined up perfectly but that is because my garage floor is not perfectly flat, no fault of the cabinets. I then took some baseboard trim and cut it to fit across the front like a kickplate, caulked it so it is water tight in case the floor happens to get wet(it's a garage....).
The only real flaw I found with the cabinets is that the doors aren't 100% flat... meaning when the doors are shut, one of the corners may stick out about an 1/8th of an inch at most. Really not that noticeable, but just something I know a nicer cabinet wouldn't do. Hopefully they don't start to warp over time. Sometimes the doors will sit open maybe 1/4" or so too, again because the doors are probably so heavy for the hinges. I think someday I may just put on some magnetic latches so the doors stay shut with a nice *click*. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Liberty-White-Heavy-Duty-Magnetic-Catch-with-Strike-C080X0C-W-P/100149442 That's a very simple and cheap option though.
One other thing people mentioned is that these are heavy, 195lbs. So build them where you're going to want them. You're not going to want to move them after they're built(and would probably risk damaging them if you tried to move them far). I laid down a moving blanket in front of where I wanted them, built the cabinet on the blanket, then tipped it back against the wall.
Overall I'm very please with the cabinets, and think they look great.
November 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nanronlee excellent product
this was an excellent purchase. we needed good looking and inexpensive shelving downstairs for our extra food and supplies. Perfect, easy to put together and fast to put up. Then disaster - water damage up the wazoo. So I had to take these apart and throw them away and purchase new ones. I saved one door, all the extra shelves and half the hardware which I needed because I broke some of the particle board with the replacements. The new ones assembled in half the time and are terrific!
Good looking and strong enough for what we're doing. a case of wine on one shelf, 3 gallons of cooking oil on another, 3 dozen plates on a third. etc.etc.etc.
January 21, 2016