When you’re looking to save money on a kitchen makeover or remodel, RTA kitchen cabinets provide homeowners with an ability to save. The ready to assemble name means exactly what it means – the cabinets come in a flat pack with all pieces needing assembly. Because homeowners are the ones ultimately doing the assembly themselves and installing the cabinets in their kitchen, costs are cut significantly.
With ready to assemble cabinets, you’ll likely find instructions included, and these can be diagrams, drawings, and steps with clear instructions and explanations. For homeowners on a budget, you can buy strong and attractive RTA cabinets that will last many years at an affordable price. Here’s what you need to know:
Where to Find Quality Cabinets
In today’s age, RTA cabinets are found at many stores and websites, including IKEA, Lowe’s, and Home Depot. The vast majority of the high quality kitchen cabinets in RTA style are online, right here at In Stock Kitchens. When you shop online with us, you can customize the size of the cabinets to ensure they meet the width and size of your kitchen. Plus, you’re able to choose the stain of the wood that will make you feel right at home. So, how do you know that you’re getting quality cabinets?
Finding the Right Quality RTA Cabinets
Not all RTA cabinets are created equal. At In Stock Kitchens, our RTA cabinetry includes features that stand out with pre-assembled and assembled cabinets. From solid wood (birch) stains and drawers with dovetail joinery, full extension glides, solid wood door frames and panels, and quality finishes, all that and more is available right here. With stains that cover colors at all ends of the spectrum, and quality construction from solid birch wood, you’re creating a solid foundation for your new cabinets.
How to Assemble RTA Cabinets
You could choose pre-assembled cabinets at a slightly more expensive price to avoid having to do the leg work of putting the cabinets together yourself, but when you’re really on a budget, assembling RTA cabinets is quick and painless. Cabinets, doors, and drawers come pre-drilled for easily attaching hardware and hinges, often only needing a screwdriver to put the cabinets together.
Browse the quality selection at In Stock Kitchens and find the style, stain, and size that fits your kitchen.