At California Closets Myrtle Beach, the needs of our Myrtle Beach customers are front of mind. That's because we prioritize customer service -- coupling it with high quality, customized products to complete the California Closets Experience.
In addition to serving Myrtle Beach, California Closets covers the Midlands of South Carolina as well as Savannah, Georgia. Wherever you are, we can serve you with the very best in customized home storage solutions!
See Designs Come to Life
California Closets Myrtle Beach has two display areas where we show what our closet systems look like and how they function in a real home setting. These mini-showrooms are located within interior design studios, to lend more context to our products.
You can also see California Closets designs and implementation at the Charleston Home & Design Show, which takes place in January of every year at the Gailliard Auditorium in Charleston.
Local Ownership, Local Expertise
The California Closets Charleston franchise is owned by two brothers, Tom and Steve Rogers. Growing up in New Jersey, they were always helping their father renovate fixer-uppers, so helping Myrtle Beach homeowners improve their homes is a perfect fit!
Local Sources, Local Manufacturing
At California Closets Myrtle Beach, we choose high quality materials that are perfect for your unique needs. Our wood is sourced locally, and all of our cabinets are manufactured at our shop on James Island.
Because we are a manufacturing brand, we can ensure that your products are of the highest quality possible. We've invested in great machinery that gives us the ability to provide more customized solutions in regards to design as well as finish options.
Rising to the Challenge
At California Closets, we look forward to challenges. For example, in a region so full of beautiful islands, we are often called out to install our product on an island to which there is no road. This requires a lot of logistical preparation to get all of the materials and workman to the job site via ferry. Even when the ferry lands on the given island, we are often required to move materials to the job site with a golf cart. We have worked through these challenges by paying close attention to detail and communicating well with our customers. It certainly makes for an interesting day when your commute involves waves and dolphins!