Wardrobe assembly involves a Tasker unpacking and unboxing your new wardrobe, laying out its assembly parts and pieces, and putting it together according to the wardrobe assembly guide. Your Tasker also inspects the final product to ensure that all components are secure and in place. In case you need help moving your furniture around, they can also assist you with placing your newly assembled wardrobe wherever you like for easy installation. Here's what we can help you with:Free-standing wardrobe assembly
A majority of wardrobe assembly services includes free-standing wardrobes in the form of flat-packs
. These encompass the construction of armoires, stand-alone closets, and wardrobe with dresser combos. You'll also find several wardrobe variations in the market, differing only in the type of door assembly it has, be it sliding, hinged, or mirrored.Open wardrobe assembly
These often come in varying styles, allowing a user to customise what clothing or apparel can be stocked in it for easy access. Great for getting clothes in an instant, an open wardrobe is best used for those whose clothes cycle regularly.Fitted wardrobe assembly
Having a fitted wardrobe assembly done will place a full-length wardrobe in a section of your home. Understandably one of the more difficult assemblies and installation services
, this requires extreme precision of measurement and careful construction for it to work out. If done correctly, then it could provide a piece of furniture that blends seamlessly with your interior, maximising your open space for optimal storage capacity.Hallway wardrobe assembly
Depending on your needs, hallway wardrobes can be much slimmer or broader than the average closet. Wardrobes of this type give you extra storage space for your coats, hats, and shoes without taking up too much of your floor room for walking. Best paired with sliding doors, these make it the perfect addition for hallways and walk-in closets.