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Rated 5 out of 5Â by S1eph Great Buy
These welded body cabinets only require screwing on the feet and popping on the doors, which is great because I didn't want a project. I hired a handyman to attach the wall cabs to make sure they were secure to the wall's interior steel studs. The metal feet screw out and in to find a perfect level, and keeping the floor cabinets off the floor is essential to keep moisture off the bottoms. I love the extra deep drawers, too.
March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by AdamSaysHi Heck of a buy for the money! Custom quality at low price!
I recently outfitted a 4 car garage with New Age Cabinets. My quote from a custom cabinet shop that did my epoxy floors was over $10,000.00. To replicate the same cabinet layout from New Age I spent $3,000.00 (Home Depot had a great sale going). The bold series at 24 gauge is thinner than the more expensive 18 gauge premium New Age Cabinets but I selected the thinner Bold Series on purpose because at 18 gauge, a wall locker weighs in at almost 400 pounds versus less than half in the 24 gauge. For my use, the Bold Series is perfect. The fact that one does not need to assemble much (install the leveling legs and inner shelves) makes them easy for a do it yourself project. If you want seriously heavy duty buy the 18 gauge but get a few friends to help you move them around, if you are a typical homeowner, light shop work person the Bold Series is good to go. The majority of the install work is centered around the unpacking as the base cabinet and wall cabinets are inside the wall locker. Have a large open area and take your time. They are packed well to prevent damage. Use patience to unpack and keep in mind that the locker shelves are standing behind the upper cabinet so when removing the upper cabinet from the wall locker don't let them fall on you and scare you. Home Depot's delivery carrier used a pallet jack and placed the cabinets in the garage for me. I unpacked and installed 4 wall lockers, 4 base cabinets and 4 uppers in about 6 hours start to finish. Unpacking took about 2 hours, install about 4. I have good skills and required no 2nd person to help. A hint, if you want wall cabinets to install easy, install a 2 x 4 where the bottom of the cabinets go, leveled. When you put up the upper cabinets they rest on the 2 x 4 and you simply bolt them in. Adjacent cabinets will align perfectly. When done, remove the 2 x 4 and you have a row of perfectly aligned cabinets - easy peasy.
February 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Arturo Best Mancave Decision Thus Far!
Purchased these bad boys last week and I must say these are perfect for my every day use. They are tough, durable and stylish! Great addition to my progressing man cave that I am slowly developing. Didn't take too long to put together. Had one person help with the wall-mounted cabinets.
April 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by idahome Really Nice
These cabinets look great and function very well.
One thing I can't figure out in regards to the wall cabinet:
The standard distance between studs is 16". However, the vertical slots to drill your lag bolt through are 10" apart?? Thankfully, it also has a strip of horizontal slots, but this makes it more difficult to level the cabinets to each other. Nonetheless, it works - but it made me scratch my head.
Otherwise, they're great and will make your garage look really sharp.
March 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by peter2772000 Overall very good, but...
I'd love to meet the genius who designed the locks on the floor-mounted vertical cabinets. They are equipped with locks which can't possibly lock the doors. Mind-numbing.
Otherwise, pretty good. Took me about 3-4 hours to assemble, but I'm fussy. I wanted to make sure they were all level and steady. No instructions, but it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out.
October 8, 2013