Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 60
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by YMR Throat of a complete walk in closet
Easy to assemble, great fit. Good quality railing.
April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cowboyup96 Giddy over a closet!
Great quality. Nice and heavy. Template for the slides worked well. Easy to follow instructions.
September 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JoeContractor Well made
Went together easily and looks like it will hold up over time
April 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jan Well made
Very easy to assemble and finish the look of the closet unit.
February 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Erins Like price and customization
This system is well priced and we easily customized the parts to maximize closets in our home. It seems to be the easy track closet system rebranded. We were able to find a number of helpful accessories that were compatible under the easy track brand. Four stars but not five because my husband is very nervous about the longevity of particle board with the weight of clothing on it. He expects it will sag over time... We will see. I love the look and that it is up off the floor for easy cleaning.
March 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYFromtheBronx Nice
Drawers look great and include full extension hardware which is really nice. I am concerned though how the drawer box will hold up. It's made from a single piece that has 3 mitered corners and one with wood dowels. You have to glue this and let it dry before installing. I used a clamp on the side with the dowels to make sure it stayed together. Installing the drawer glides is also a pain using the paper templates. I don't know why the screw holes can't be pre-drilled by the manufacturer.
February 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Anla We love these drawers -- All Twenty of them!!
We were very worried about buying twenty of these drawers. We went to our local Home Depot store and checked out one of the assembled Martha Stewart closet organizer systems. We were impressed with how quietly, how smoothly, and how solid they were. We wondered if we would receive the same drawers or if these were 'for display purposes only'. I had designed our closet space using the online design tool provided online by Home Depot for the Martha Stewart system. It was actually fun to do. Several times I called the number provided and spoke with someone. The person(s) was / were always polite and helpful. After seeing the drawers in person, we decided to risk it. We bought one starter kit and four, top-half hanging and bottom half drawers, 'kits'. We had a total of twenty drawers--five, four-inch and fifteen eight-inch. (We had two reach in closets in our master bedroom next to each other. We knocked down the wall between them and decided to have less furniture in our bedroom and use the closet for all of our clothes. We have an office with a closet that will hold our long-length clothes.) My husband put together the drawers and our nephew installed the closet system kits. Both of them were impressed with the quality of the drawers and kits; the ease of installation and assembly and the look and feel of the products. Every piece and part was included---nothing was missing. Everything went together perfectly and we are all very happy with the results. The drawers we received were identical to the ones in the store--high quality. I have included a photo. The space on top of the closet system will be used for seasonal clothes and bedding; the space below will be for shoes and the (minimal ) space on either side of the closet system will be used for my husband's ties, belts, etc. and my scarves and purses. The shipment arrived two days early and the truck driver was very considerate of the rainy weather and took the pallet into our garage. We are very, very pleased with this project and with this closet system, (which was considerably less expensive than the top three most popular systems on the market and did not sacrifice quality, function or aesthetics).
April 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worker56 8" Vs. 12" drawers
I was contracted to assemble a complete unit for a customer. In total they spent in excess of $700. for the product. Included were (4) 8" drawer units and (2) 12". Every one of the 8" units were broken in 4 pieces (drawer box) when I opened the carton. The 12" boxes were intact and easy to assemble. For the 8", I had to line up each drawer box side, apply glue and use a pin nailer to hold together. The mitered edges were a disaster. I believe the packaging is the problem. Someone needs to redesign the box instead of using injected foam to hold in place. Also, the small bag of screws has a tendency to stick to those injected foam packages. I had to go through trash to find a missing bag. If you really want 8" drawers, plan on extra time to assemble.
February 12, 2011