A Few Important Things to Know Before Buying RTA Cabinets for Your Kitchen

by Sean Graham Wholesale Kitchen Cabinet Supplier

RTA or ready-to-assemble cabinets for the kitchen is a great way for the homeowners to save on their renovation budget. These cabinets are shipped in a flat package that includes all the hardware like hinges, screws, etc. needed for assembly. As you will assemble the pieces on your own, you can save the money you would otherwise have spent on labor costs. Before you shop for RTA units, spend some time to know more about this furniture.

What are ready-to-assemble cabinets?

The name is self-explanatory. Once you place the order for RTA units, the parts will be cut to size, drilled as per requirement, and finished according to your request. Afterward, the parts will be stacked and wrapped. You can bring them by yourself or ask the vendor to ship them to your house. Now, you have to assemble and install the furniture. Instructions along with drawings, steps, and diagrams will be included with the package so you can perform the job rightly. Even, you may be provided with links to watch online videos on assembling and installing kitchen cabinets.

How would you choose good-quality RTA cabinets?

Just like the pre-assembled kitchen cabinets and wholesale cabinets, RTA ones also cover a wide spectrum of quality – from poor and medium to superior. It is always desired to get cabinets that are as good, attractive, and strong as anything you can find in the kitchen showrooms. However, unless you know the traits of inferior-quality cabinetry, you can’t identify one that is excellent in terms of quality. Skip stapled doors and drawers made of particleboard or MDF (medium-density fiberboard), built-in rail drawers, etc.

The key features of a good quality kitchen cabinet may include the following:

  • Full extension drawer guides
  • Drawers with dovetail joinery made of solid wood
  • Doors with solid wood frame and panels made of solid wood or at least plywood, but not MDF or particleboard
  • Coating applied by brush

You can check these all by visiting the store. But if you’re buying online, ask for a door sample. The vendor may charge a small refundable amount as a deposit and for shipping. But by doing this, you can rest assured about what you’re going to receive after placing the order.

Where do you find RTA cabinets?

Big-box stores sell RTA kitchen cabinets. But you will find a better and greater collection online. When you buy from a brick-n-mortar store, you will get the chance to interact with the salesperson, who can explain the pros and cons of different cabinets. They can also give you suggestions on the layout. Such services are also available at online stores. Some websites provide the facility of creating a custom layout so you can see photorealistic renderings of the stockroom.

How do you assemble the units?

RTA units have become so popular mostly because of the ease of installation. The parts can be put together without putting in much effort. All it needs glue, screws, wood dowels, etc. All of these will be supplied by the vendor while shipping the cabinets. Clear instructions will also be available with the package. Doors, drawers, and cabinets will be supplied in a pre-drilled condition so you can attach the hinges and hardware. It needs only a screwdriver to assemble the parts.

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