One common question people have when they are looking for new cabinets for their home is whether ready to assemble (RTA) kitchen cabinets provide the same quality as preassembled kitchen cabinets. RTA cabinets made from solid wood are the same quality as custom preassembled cabinetry. The only difference is that you have to put together the cabinets after they arrive at your home or office.

Additionally, you have more control over the finishing processes than with preassembled cabinets, by putting RTA cabinets together yourself. For example, a manufacturer may automate certain assembly processes, and the finished quality could be less than you desire. You might notice glue outside of areas where pieces fit together, or issues where screws were inserted at an angle and do not securely hold cabinet pieces together correctly. One benefit of ready to assemble kitchen cabinets is being able to take your time to carefully assemble each piece, to ensure the highest finished quality.

Now that you know RTA cabinets offer the same quality as preassembled ones, you may be wondering if it is really worth the time to assemble the cabinets yourself. It is important to remember that manufacturers who sell preassembled kitchen cabinets include labor as part of the final costs. With RTA cabinets you do not pay this expense, since you are responsible for the assembly. As a result, the costs for your new kitchen cabinets are drastically reduced.

We invite you to browse our website to learn more about RTA cabinets, order free door samples, and take advantage of our free design services, or contact us at 855-929-8975 for further assistance.

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