Retailer Spotlight: Louisiana Custom Closets

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Louisiana Custom Closets designs and installs custom shelving for closets, garages and utility rooms. Don Wise, owner, has been in the business for more than 19 years. The company offers free in-home consultations with designs displayed on state-of-the-art software.

What new trends do you see regarding your business?
Garage storage is becoming more popular all the time. Customers don’t want to see all that clutter in their garages. They want it organized and hidden behind doors. We can certainly help them do that.

What are the main things you need to know to design the perfect closet for a client?
One of our designers will guide a client through a process that takes into consideration that individual client’s needs and budget. Then the designer will create a computer-aided design with software that helps bring all those ideas to life. This is all usually done in one stress-free and easy visit.

What is one of the more unique closets you’ve ever designed?
Every job is unique, but we do install jobs that offer challenges with difficult layouts and special needs. For example, working with disabled clients, and then there’s always the client who wants every bell and whistle.

What are some Louisiana Custom Closets’ goals?
We currently serve an area from Lafayette to the Mississippi Coast, and we are always looking to increase our market share. Also, we always want to improve our product by keeping up with current trends. And we want to continue to serve our clients by exceeding their expectations at every turn

13405 Seymour Meyers Blvd., #24, Covington | 985-871-0810, 885-3188
 

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