| 1st Step
Remove all old closet material from back and sidewalls.
Spackle and paint as needed.
Measure up from the floor and make a mark on the wall at
the designated height. For a standard 8' ceiling, hang the rail at
82". For lower ceilings, adjust accordingly. Using your level, draw a
level line across the back wall at that same height above the floor.
This measurement is very important since this will set
the proper height to allow clothing to be double hung where desired (yielding
approximately 40" in each area for double hang clothing). This will also give
you a top shelf at approximately 12" down from the ceiling, (if your ceiling
height is 96").
| 3rd Step
Locate the wall studs by tapping on the wall to hear
density we suggest using a finishing nail or screw to confirm where the wall
studs are located. Once you have found a stud, measure 16" over to find the
next stud. Repeat this process until all studs are found and marked.
Next, position the track along the line from the level
and attach to the wall. Be sure you have the track in the proper position
(with the angle coming toward you on the top) as you proceed.