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From planning to installation

 When planning the design of your wardrobe – how many shelves, separating walls, buckets and hangers it should have – it is a good idea to make a list of all the items you intend to store in it. Some items your might consider and their amounts include:
  • clothes and underwear
  • towels and bed linen
  • shoes
  • vacuum cleaner, tubes and accessories
  • iron and ironing board
  • books and magazines

A well thought out list of the items you plan to store is very helpful to our designers when creating a computer model of your wardrobe. It allows them to optimally customize your wardrobe to your needs and also to choose useful accessories.

Once you have decided how you will use your wardrobe, it is time to arrange a visit at your home or office with one of our designers who will do a free appraisal and all necessary measurements. KOMANDOR ensures that all visits from our designers are completely free of charge and obligation. Having our designer visit your location is a vital step since it is often the case that certain details about the client’s home require design changes in the furniture (e.g. the use of masking elements for uneven walls, etc.) which would not be possible to take into consideration in the design and appraisal during a visit at an exhibition. The easiest way to arrange a visit from one of our designers is to fill out the contact form on our website. You can also visit our showroom or call our office at 01223968696.

KOMANDOR is the first company in the sliding door market to have created a specialized user-friendly software program as a tool for designing and appraising its products over the Internet. Thanks to this indispensable tool customers can create a customized design of their wardrobe online and immediately know its exact cost without leaving their home or office.

Before one of our designers visits your location for measuring, you should prepare by insuring that:



  • The area where the furnishings will be installed is empty and not blocked. The exact measuring of the installation area is vital in the correct design of your product. Every millimetre counts!
  • If your are planning to pay on an instalment plan, all the formalities can be taken care of at your home. Make sure you have ready two pieces of identification as well as documents confirming proof of employment
  • For orders to be paid by cash, have prepared 49% for advance payment

All formalities regarding the order can be dealt with during the designer’s visit. The order is signed by KOMANDOR’s authorized designers after being printed by our program and will contain a list of every component to be used in your furniture and its price. The installation date is chosen between the customer and the designer on the day the order is placed. Finally, the customer receives a receipt which includes proof of advance payment. The order must include a company stamp with our designer’s name.

Once the customer has signed the order, it is sent to the nearest KOMANDOR assembly plant and using top of the line machinery, the production of your furniture is started.

At least one day before the arranged installation, the area where it is to take place should be cleared of all furniture and objects such as carpets, pictures, vases, lamps and anything else which could interfere with the work of the installers. Permanently installed items should be dismantled. The amount of time necessary for installation depends on the size and complexity of the project. In most situations our highly trained team of installers finishes the job the same day. Once installation is finished our installers will cleanup the work area as well as your newly installed furniture leaving it looking its best. Before the installation crew leaves you to enjoy your new furniture, a warranty card and sales documents are all that is left to be filled out.


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