Cincinnati, Ohio – Organized Living, a leading manufacturer of quality home storage and organization systems, has introduced Select, a new traditional built-in storage system.
Select allows multifamily professionals the opportunity to profit while providing residents the affordable built-in look they demand. The patent-pending Rail, furniture-grade wood, and proprietary hardware combine to create the strongest wood rail system available.
This video shows how Select storage systems can be installed in apartment communities.
It’s an affordable shelving solution designed to be superior in strength and still meet the demand of residents who want built-in closet storage. Select and freedomRail are two storage product lines that can differentiate a unit for prospective residents, increase rental income, and retain residents longer. From economy to luxury, both systems can be designed to match the level of amenities throughout the rest of the unit. Multifamily professionals will also appreciate the 10-year limited warranty and the strength of the system so residents can over-load their shelving without worry.
The new Select storage system is designed to create a polished look for apartment residents. “Multifamily residents expect affordable, high-quality storage to match the rest of the amenities within the unit such as stone counters and luxury flooring,” said Theresa Finnigin, VP of Marketing at Organized Living.
To see the full Select product line and to learn about Organized Living programs and support specific to multifamily professionals, visit organizedliving.com/professionals/multifamily.
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Organized Living brings superior storage and organization to the world through strong products, strong people and strong brand, helping people organize their lives. From the closet to the kitchen to the garage, Organized Living offers high-quality, innovative storage and organization products that make everyday life easier and sells through professionally installing dealers, retailers and online retailers. www.OrganizedLiving.com.