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What are ready to assemble cabinets?

Filed in Kitchen Remodeling by on February 9, 2017 0 Comments • views: 2286

One of the toughest parts of remodeling a kitchen can be replacing the cabinets. Not only will you have to remove the old cabinets, but installing new cabinets can be a lot of work for someone that Frank LaMarkis not used to working with wood. However, there are now ready to assemble cabinets available on the market that makes the task much simpler. Often referred to as RTA cabinets (ready-to-assemble), these cabinets come with all of the pieces pre-measured and stained so that you do not have to worry about cutting anything down to size.

In order to get started the only thing that you need to know are the dimensions that your cabinets need to be. This is so that you can order the correct RTA cabinets. Once you know this then you can simply choose a stain and wait for the cabinets to arrive. Some RTA cabinets come pre-stained and others are simply left finished lightly so that you can choose the stain. Depending on how particular you are about your kitchen dΓ©cor you can go either way. Some people prefer to get cabinets that have already been stained so that all they need to do is assemble them and be done with the project. Other people prefer to stain on their own once the cabinets are assembled so that they can make sure they get the perfect match for their kitchen.

The real reason why so many people order RTA cabinets is the fact that they are simple and basic enough for people of most skill levels to handle, says Frank LaMark Even if you have never done a home project in your life, you should be able to follow the directions and get the cabinets together. If you must hire someone to remodel the kitchen these can be a great way to speed up the process so that you get your cabinets put in sooner instead of later. Therefore, even if you have hired a contractor to handle your kitchen RTA cabinets can be a great way to lower costs and speed up the overall time it takes to have your kitchen fully ready for use again.

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Frank LaMark is a contributing author in the kitchen and bath industry for the past 15 years.