Custom built-in bookshelves are more durable, add value, and are safer than free-standing ones.
If you have a few free-standing bookshelves in your Maiden, North Carolina home, go take a look at them and see how many of the shelves are bowing under the weight of the books you have displayed on them. At Rudisill Cabinet Shop, we would venture to guess that most of them are. Mass-produced bookshelves simply aren’t crafted using quality materials. Composites such as MDF and particleboard do not have the rigidity of plywood or solid wood, so they’ll never give you lasting performance. Since we use quality materials, you can be confident that your bookshelves will continue to look great, no matter what you place on them.
Another issue with mass-produced bookshelves is that the spacing is rarely right. Do you have some books laying on their side because they do not fit? Do you have a lot of wasted space above the books? We can resolve those issues by custom designing your bookshelves based on the books and other items you want to display.
One of the biggest problems with free-standing bookshelves is that they can be a safety hazard. They can topple over in certain circumstances and potentially cause a serious injury, especially if they fall on a child. With custom built-in bookshelves, you won’t have this problem. You’ll also enjoy the benefit of your bookshelves adding value to your home as future potential buyers will appreciate having this storage solution.
Call us today if you would like to have custom bookshelves installed in your family room, media room (great for storing movies!), library, home office, laundry room, or kitchen (perfect storage for cookbooks). We look forward to helping you make your Catawba County home more organized and beautiful.
At Rudisill Cabinet Shop, we build bookshelves for customers in Hickory, Conover, Newton, Maiden, Catawba, Lincolnton, Claremont, Vale, Connelly Springs, Valdese, Hildebran, Hudson, Granite Falls, Lenoir, Morganton, Taylorsville, and Blowing Rock, North Carolina.