It is essential to decide whether clearance kitchen cabinets are the best investment to remodel your kitchen, or if you should use other cost-effective solutions. Take the time to make a list of questions to ask the cabinet supplier, such as:

  1. Are the cabinets made from solid wood? You want to use solid wood cabinets in your kitchen, because they are more durable and last much longer.
  2. Are the kitchen cabinets seconds? While you might save some money with seconds, the flaws could be rather noticeable, or create problems during installation, because the cabinets do not fit correctly in your kitchen.
  3. Is there a limit to the styles and colors on clearance? If you are limited in your styles and colors, you need to know exactly what is available, to determine whether your choices will match your kitchen décor.
  4. What sizes are available? If the retail supplier is only offering a specific size on clearance, you have to pay full price to obtain the other cabinets for your kitchen.

In situations where the clearance kitchen cabinets are made from solid wood, are not seconds, and available in a wide range of sizes to remodel your entire kitchen in the color you want, then they can be a good bargain. However, before you pay for your clearance cabinets from a retailer, take the time to compare the costs of RTA kitchen cabinets ordered directly from the manufacturer, like from us, here at Best Online Cabinets. You may discover the manufacturer is running their own clearance sale, because they are overstocked on certain colors and/or styles.

For more information about RTA cabinets, or to obtain a free quote, contact one of our kitchen design experts today at 855-929-8975.

author avatar
Josh COO
Josh Qian, COO and Co-Founder of Bestonlinecabinets, brings over 20 years of experience in the kitchen remodeling and home improvement industry. Under his leadership, Bestonlinecabinets has become a trusted name, offering high-quality, affordable, and customizable cabinetry solutions for homeowners and professionals. Josh, a licensed contractor, ensures top-notch craftsmanship and customer satisfaction.