Unit is holding up nicely so far. There are no pre-drilled holes in the back, for nails or screws, so be prepared to place and screw/hammer them in yourself. Hardest part was putting the hinges on the doors. It says you need a hammer, and you do, but it took several attempts to get the hinge flush with the door. Otherwise, assembly was easy and didn't take terribly long. I did have trouble making sure my doors lined up with one another, but that could be user error, not manufacturer error. It looks good and serves the purpose I intended. The shelf can be placed where you want it inside, so if you have taller items, you do have the option of raising or lowering the shelf. Overall, good buy. I am satisfied.
As I rebuild my house after Superstorm Sandy, I find I have less storage space than before. I needed a "pantry" type of cabinet that would fit in a narrow space by the door, and this matched the measurements. However, I didn't intend to use it for mops and brooms, and I wanted two more internal shelves. I phoned Prepac and asked if I could buy some, and at first I was told it would be expensive to ship them, because MDF is so heavy. I said I'd be willing to pay, and the helpful young woman on the phone put me on hold to go find out the cost. When she came back on the line, she said they'd just ship me two shelves, plus the relevant hardware, for free! That's a very rare attitude, and a wonderful surprise! It wasn't hard to put it together - pretty standard construction for this type of furniture. And now I have a place to keep canned goods, bulk foods like rice, and spare paper towels.
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