EasyClosets Review

Unless you want to spend hours with a hacksaw, DON’T BE FOOLED by their claims their product is “easy to install” or “designed to be homeowner installed.” After they take all your measurements, they NEVER TELL YOU that they do not custom size or cut the THICK STEEL BRACKETS required to install the closets in the first place. So, in essence, what you get is a bunck of pieces parts and a date with a hacksaw. Don’t let their cute little “time lapse video” fool you either! See those thick metal support beams there, well they DON’T just magically fit the closet wall: NO, YOU HAVE TO *** THROUGH THEM TO MAKE THEM FIT! Their designers don’t tell you this; the FAQs don’t tell you this; the video doesn’t show this. Hacksaws; thick steel beams; sharp edges to harm the closet users (in our case our kids): BAD BAD BAD all around. I spoke directly to the so-called “Vice President of Internet Marketing” and she could not have been MORE condescending: “You do know how to use a drill, right? and a lev

Unless you want to spend hours with a hacksaw, DON’T BE FOOLED by their claims their product is “easy to install” or “designed to be homeowner installed.” After they take all your measurements, they NEVER TELL YOU that they do not custom size or cut the THICK STEEL BRACKETS required to install the closets in the first place. So, in essence, what you get is a bunck of pieces parts and a date with a hacksaw. Don’t let their cute little “time lapse video” fool you either! See those thick metal support beams there, well they DON’T just magically fit the closet wall: NO, YOU HAVE TO *** THROUGH THEM TO MAKE THEM FIT! Their designers don’t tell you this; the FAQs don’t tell you this; the video doesn’t show this. Hacksaws; thick steel beams; sharp edges to harm the closet users (in our case our kids): BAD BAD BAD all around. I spoke directly to the so-called “Vice President of Internet Marketing” and she could not have been MORE condescending: “You do know how to use a drill, right? and a level, right? and a screwdriver, right?” Then, she claims that my call was being recorded and that there were also several people in the room listening in on the call. This was before she called me back and offered me money not to “drag her company through the mud.” HUH?? We don’t know about you, but if we wanted to use a hacksaw for hours and hours and hours at a time, we would have gone into metal working. Trust us: save the time, headache, and expense: STAY AWAY FROM EASYCLOSETS.COM — THERE IS NOTHING EASY ABOUT THEM.

This review (EasyClosets Review) was originally published at Skeptic Files.

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