Maybe it is more than heritage that inspires WoodTrac to come up with simplified wood-based solutions for homes as well as commercial settings. WoodTrac is a division of Sauder Woodworking Co., the company that made good furniture affordable with its invention of Ready-to-Assemble furniture in 1953. Today, WoodTrac is following in the parent company’s footsteps with simple, affordable solutions to applications as diverse as ceilings and closets.
Utilizing their furniture know-how, WoodTrac introduced the revolutionary WoodTrac Ceiling System in 2010. With the appearance of a custom-crafted three dimensional ceiling, the drop ceiling product became an instant winner with homeowners and business owners looking to add character to a room at an affordable price.
Encouraged by the success of its ceiling system, WoodTrac engineers and industrial designers took on a new challenge – a simple, yet affordable, wood-based closet design. Understanding both homeowners organizational needs as well as dealer and installer demands for simplicity, WoodTrac again pulled from its furniture expertise to introduce WoodTrac Closets in 2012. Finally, homeowners can have the finishes, contour moldings, profiles and framed panels of a more expensive custom closet at a fraction of the cost. Plus, installers are instant fans of the pre-packaged towers that can be wall mounted or floor standing with no special machinery required.
WoodTrac combines its heritage of innovation with the strength of its state-of-the-art manufacturing operation in Archbold, Ohio, and a vast distribution network to provide products and services to its customers in the residential and commercial markets.
Established in 1934, Sauder Woodworking Co. is North America’s leading producer of Ready-To-Assemble furniture, and the sixth largest furniture manufacturer in the United States. It offers a wide range of products, mostly manufactured at its facility in Archbold, Ohio.