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Make Room for Life
Closet & Storage Concepts stands out by offering a variety of custom storage solutions. 

by Lauren Kubiak
Now that spring is here, our attention turns to clearing out the old to make room for the new. The warmer weather is the perfect time to open the windows, let the fresh air in and start with your own spring cleaning. But it’s more than using a mop and broom to carry out a deep clean. Organization is certainly one of the more important aspects of giving the home a fresh look. Eliminating clutter is the first step to peace of mind and enhancing the quality of daily living. 
That’s where Closet & Storage Concepts comes in, providing every one of its clients a unique design with an effortless transformation no matter the room in the house. Whether it’s a closet, home office, bedroom wall bed, pantry, utility room or garage you’re looking to arrange, Closet & Storage Concepts takes away the headache of organizing and makes it enjoyable to tidy up the home.
Today Closet & Storage Concepts is a national franchise in 18 states with 41 locations, but it began as a small South Jersey closet company that offered the only closet organization design that was available over 30 years ago—simple shelving and bars to hang clothing. After about a year of doing closet design on the side, president and CEO Bob Lewis started the business in 1987 and has been expanding the brand and products ever since.
The showroom location in the Marlton Crossing shopping center is one of the newest additions to the franchise and lets clients see a glimpse of how their finished product could look. It has 16 displays including a walk-in closet, a reach-in closet, a garage system of cabinetry and tool hooks, a pantry organizing system, an entertainment center and five wall bed styles.
“Every solution we create is custom-designed, and custom-manufactured and custom-installed by our own people. We own our manufacturing facilities, we don’t subcontract anything out [to] anybody,” Lewis says. “We build everything ourselves in our own factories. … Every installer who brings the product into the consumer’s home and installs it is a company employee.”
Installations on average take about one day to complete and when the process is over, the Closet & Storage Concepts team asks every client to complete a satisfaction survey along with a follow-up phone call regarding their experience. They want to guarantee each client receives a quality customer experience, and feedback is always positive. Now is the perfect opportunity for you to discover the positive impact that home organization can have on your everyday life.
Closet & Storage Concepts
207 Route 73 S., Marlton
(856) 457-6709