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What's the height of your utility (broom) cabinet?

Posted by NYMK (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 12, 13 at 9:05

Can you please tell the height of the bottom portion of your utility/broom closet? Just the bottom part that holds your boom and mop. I realize the entire utility cabinet (top and bottom) can go as tall as all your cabinets. From most of the photos I've seen, they look to be at least 5 feet.

I'm not sure if my cabinet company makes a tall cabinet other than a pantry. My KD has been putting an utility cabinet in the drawings but there must have been some miscommunication because it looks like the bottom part of that cabinet only goes to 50" which is the same a pantry (with rollouts).. and is not tall enough for a broom. UGH!


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RE: What's the height of your utility (broom) cabinet?

My broom closet is 2' wide, 3' deep and 6' tall and perfect for everything we need in it, including brooms, mop, vacuum, stepladder and dog food bin:

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RE: What's the height of your utility (broom) cabinet?

Most cabinet lines have short utiliity cabinets. Masterbrand is the only line that I know of that has actually full sized broom usable utility cabinets.


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RE: What's the height of your utility (broom) cabinet?

The company I am using (Ultracraft) can make it if I can provide the dimensions. So if anyone has one and can give me the height of the lower cabinet, I would be very grateful.

Also, I know that Thomasville at HD has a utility organization cabinet (broom closet). And I believe Martha Stewart has one also.


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