ShelfGenie Miami offers solutions to optimize storage in your home or condo. Custom-designed for your living space, the well-crafted high-quality birch or maple cabinets and rollout shelving will help you organize your possessions and simplify your life.
ShelfGenie will create space for all those all-important can’t-possibly-part-with things you presently have hidden in clever, yet generally inconvenient, places or languishing at the back of some difficult to reach drawer.
Business partners Rodrigo Burgos and Neydy Gomez took ownership of the Miami franchise in March of this year. Each brings a wealth of corporate experience to the effort.
Rodrigo was vice president of Marketing Innovation and Strategic Initiatives for Visa Inc. Neydy also spent decades working in marketing and advertising in her hometown of Mexico City and later Toronto. Rodrigo, who originally is from Chile, is a member of the family that founded and operates the Oxford Company, the leading brand in sales and servicing of bicycles and fitness equipment in Chile.
Rodrigo and Neydy have lived in Miami for more than a decade. Their partnership arose from friendship (Neydy’s husband and Rodrigo worked together.) and the shared goal of entrepreneurship. After much research, it was the quality of the ShelfGenie concept that attracted them. They also understood that Miami’s booming condo and housing market was a great fit for this high-end home improvement product.
According to the Freedonia Group, companies like ShelfGenie that provide excellent quality storage and organizational products are part of a $9.4 billion business. This business is expected to experience an increase of about 4 percent per year for the next three years.
Rodrigo and Neydy plan to triple regional sales over the next year. And they will be adding more designers to their professional staff to have up to 10 people to serve the Miami region. Currently they have a team of professional designers and carpenters ready to work with you to plan and construct custom cabinetry for your kitchen, bathroom, pantry or office.
“Our product maximizes the existing space in your home; this is an important component of what we do,” Neydy said.
The public is invited to contact ShelfGenie Miami to arrange an in-home assessment and consultation for their storage needs. The client will choose the wood and stain he or she prefers for new, custom-made cabinets. There is no prefabrication. Careful measurements will be taken and the cabinets will be made in the company’s factory in North Carolina or California. Once completed and shipped, installation generally requires about half a day.
The quality of the product is unsurpassed and comes as a result of years of research for the best: the drawer rails and gliders can support up to 100 pounds, the wood is solid maple or birch (available in good, better, best grades) stained to order, and the finishes are high-quality and scratch-resistant.
Much of Rodrigo and Neydy’s work is involved with upgrading and improving kitchens.
“The kitchen is the heart of the home,” Rodrigo said.
Also, ShelfGenie’s services can be just the thing for those in need of greater accessibility, such as the elderly, those with disabilities and those who are “downsizing” to a smaller abode. It is a natural for boats, as well.
Contact the professionals at ShelfGenie Miami at 1-888-663-3818 or visit them on their website at www.shelfgenie.com.