|Assembled Depth (in.)||11.69 in||Assembled Height (in.)||35.91 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||12.24 in|
|Assembly Required||Yes||Color Family||White|
|Color/Finish||White||Features||No Additional Features|
|Number of Compartments||3||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Manufacturer will replace any missing or damaged part due to manufacturer defect for 30 days after purchase. Please have proof of purchase for warranty claims. Combining ClosetMaid® branded products with third party components or products will void the ClosetMaid® manufacturer’s warranty.|
A: Hello, Top 20lbs. evenly distributed and 15lbs in each of the Cubes for a total organizer load of 65lbs evenly distributed. Thank you for your inquiry.
A: Hello, This unit is made of laminate wood. Thank you for your inquiry.
A: Hello, You would need to contact Home Depot regarding real time inventory. We do apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your inquiry.
A: you can do that, but you really should consider the weight of the load on the lower unit before loading up the upper one. the load on the lower unit could be an issue waiting to happen - as structurally it isn't designed for stacking and then loading up with heavier items on top. an additional issue could be the 'vertically challenged family members' wanting something from the top shelf and not being tall enough to just reach it, pulling on the lower shelves to be able to reach to the back of a top shelf.... and toppling the entire set onto themselves. in America - you are free to make your own decisions on what you do with things you own. (at least that is somewhat the case still - for a short time longer.) as a retired field engineer/technician, I've seen some bizarre construction techniques and accomplishments around the world in many countries, and personally, would never consider stacking them - either vertically or horizontally. I believe in safety first as I don't want my family injured from my 'decisions'. regards,
A: I did!
A: Yes..I did, but I do suggest using the L brackets on top one (usually come with unit) to secure to wall. Did this just to make sure it wouldn't shift if floor is not totally level and unit is not flush with wall due to base molding.
A: Good Afternoon, Unfortunately no, we do not recommend stacking the units. Thank you for your inquiry.