DIY closet systems are appropriate if you are just renting your house or apartment. They do not require a large amount of money and are very easy to install. One of the advantages to having a do it yourself system is should you decide to move you wouldn’t have to worry about buying another system since it is easy to detach and reassemble in your new digs.
Keeping your place organized with a do-it-yourself closet system brings you many benefits. One is its affordability. They do not cost much unlike other types of closet organizers. You can customize your closet as much or as little as you want. You are the creator of how your closet will look so it only makes sense for you to be instrumental in getting everything set up properly. Since it is customizable, you are able to truly maximize every inch of your closet space which allows for a clutter free closet.
Another advantage with do it yourself closet systems is they are very cost effective. While they may not be as plush as a custom wood organizer they do have great appeal and can function as well if not better than a custom system. The ultimate goal is to organize closet essentials and to be able to preserve things and that is what you get in a DIY closet organizer.
Im fairly certain you will not have a hard time setting them up since they also have closet organizer kits. Or if help is need, it is just going to be minimal. Assistance may just involve holding parts while an end is bolted or put together with another part. Since they come in different parts, they are definitely not heavy but you may need an extra set of hands. As long as you can use a tape measure and possibly a drill you can set a system up with no issues. Brands like Rubbermaid and CloseMaid make it extremely self explanatory to install their closet systems.