The Advantages of RTA Cabinets
You could hire a cabinetmaker to custom design and build you new kitchen cabinets... and spend thousands of dollars and wait months for completion for that privilege.
You could go to Lowes and order from their pre-assembled lines waiting weeks for delivery, also pay shipping and higher prices and usually end up with cabinets of particle board construction.
Or you could opt for ready to assemble kitchen cabinets and enjoy the same great appearance and quality construction... in a lot less time and for a lot less money.
Don't let the stigma surrounding "ready to assemble" fool you.
Our ready to assemble kitchen cabinets aren't cheaply made, poorly constructed carpentry work that will fall apart the minute you touch them. To the contrary, today's ready to assemble kitchen cabinets boast the same high-quality materials, hardware and fabrication as custom-made cabinets. And these are not ikea, our ready to assemble cabinets are easy to assemble.
They're so comparable, in fact, that most people who see your kitchen remodel won't be able to tell the difference.
Advantages of Ready to Assemble Kitchen Cabinets
It's your time and money, but why would you want to waste them on a slow and expensive kitchen remodel when you could have the kitchen of your dreams far more quickly and for far less money?
Ready to assemble kitchen cabinets are the thrifty and impatient homeowner's fantasy come true.
Time to give your kitchen a face-lift?
Well the easiest way to do it is to get new kitchen cabinets. If you have already painted them a hundred times and they still look drab, then you will want to get rid of the old and in with the new.
Just Doors or new cabinets?
Either way, you have a new kitchen!
Doors may be an easier, less intensive project, but the prices of our RTA cabinets make total replacement very appealing and cost effective....and the EASY part is true- our cabinets are super easy to assemble and install. Be sure and visit our How to page for assembly and installation instructions.
Here we will offer you a few tips on the basics of kitchen cabinet construction. Depending on how handy you are, you will gain the expertise you need to construct your new kitchen cabinets. If you are not a handy man then you may think of hiring someone to install them, and just choose to be in on the design aspect of remodeling your kitchen cabinets.
First, you will have to decide on whether you want the more traditional face-frame cabinets, our oak and birch styles, or the more contemporary full overlay door cabinets-high end with soft close doors and drawer, then we have frameless European style cabinets also.
The second decision you will ultimately face is whether you want stock cabinets, or custom cabinets. For those of you that do not know the difference, stock cabinets are what you would see in a store that sells cabinets. They are basic and will come in the relatively same design with just a few minor changes. They are cheaper than a custom-made cabinet and your choices are minimal.
Custom cabinets are precisely the opposite. They are manufactured to be authentic and unique. They take more of your personal interests into account and you have a wider choice of color, size, and type of materials. They are not in stock so they take longer to get, but suit your personal interest.
Our cabinets are actually both- we keep so many sizes in stock, you can create a customized layout for almost any space using our in stock cabinetry. Custom, for the price of wholesale!
Just in case you were wondering about materials for your cabinets you have a choice of laminate, vinyl clad, and of course wood. Laminate is cheap in comparison to wood and usually has an MDF core, and the vinyl is somewhere in between. Laminate is a very modern looking material, whereas wood is sturdier, longer lasting and makes your home look more traditional and adds value to your home.
Remember, our cabinets are all wood constructed, no particle board! We offer tons of sizes, accessories and options. We also have a choice of RTA or assembled.
AND we sell made to order in the US cabinets: Kitchen Cabinets Proudly made in the USA
Last modified: 03/14/19