Organized Living Presents Innovative Storage Solutions

The company has introduced a full range of products for senior housing, student housing and multifamily communities, as well as hotels, to allow residents to build their own custom closets.
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According to a recent survey, residents are willing to spend $75 extra per month for more storage space. Organized Living has come up with a simple and intelligent solutions to face the changing needs of residents.

Without having to modify floorplans or sacrifice rental income, developers and property managers could use the company’s products to allow residents to build their own custom closets.

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Organized Living features a full range of products for senior housing, student housing, hotels and multifamily communities:

  • Organized Living freedomRail is a rail-based, adjustable storage system ideal for residents with active lifestyles, varying needs and abilities. The product is easy to install, featuring more than 50 percent steel as opposed to normal systems.
  • Organized Living Classica is a built-in closet system that maximizes form and function for residents who have defined storage needs. Classica combines strong cleats and cams with a furniture-grade board.
  • Organized Living Simple Wood Shelf and Rod is a fixed-wood storage solution, designed for a custom fit and quick installation. The shelf can hold 20 percent more weight than conventional fixed wood shelving systems.
  • Organized Living Lifetime Ventilated is the strongest ventilated-wire product available and no maintenance is required. Lifetime Ventilated holds 75 lbs. per linear foot and is the only fixed-wire shelving made with enough steel to meet commercial requirements. Lifetime Ventilated is production-oriented and requires less brackets and hardware to secure in place, cutting installation time in half.

 “Our residents love the functionality of the freedomRail closets. They are able to customize their closets to fit their needs,” Tiffany Roland, manager of Gables Community, said in a prepared remark.

Photos courtesy of Organized Living