(PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Whether it’s an existing home remodeling project, or new home construction, homeowners agree on their priorities – they want smarter storage solutions in their homes, not larger floor plans.
“The idea is to maximize every inch of space in the home, said Jill Waage, editorial director for Better Homes and Gardens magazine. According to a recent survey conducted by Better Homes and Gardens published by Waage, 79 percent of consumers ranked walk-in closets to be the second most desired living space in their next home. The study also revealed seven hot spots that home buyers are focusing on. Among their top choices were walk-in closets, separate laundry rooms and efficient home offices or workspaces.
One popular storage system that fits the needs of today’s home buyer is freedomRail home storage, manufactured by SCHULTE.
“Organization is not about your home. It’s about your life, less stress and more time with loved ones,” said Amanda LeBlanc, professional organizer and freedomRail spokesperson. “And adjustable home storage is key for future uses. Our lives are not ‘fixed,’ so why have fixed shelving that may not work six months down the road?”
SCHULTE meets builders’ needs too because their products are production-oriented and they are an easy-to-sell upgrade. They also offer a Closet Specifications for Home Builders, a guide designed to assist builders and architects in the process of creating storage spaces that minimize their costs and maximize the home buyer’s available space.
With more than 90 years of engineering and manufacturing excellence, SCHULTE delivers the strongest home storage and organization solutions for every area of the home. The company’s family of quality-engineered products includes freedomRail, Classica and Lifetime Ventilated. Products manufactured by SCHULTE are available through SCHULTE’s extensive network of dealers and distributors nationwide.