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Benefits of Using Ready-to-Assemble Cabinets

October 9, 2012

Cabinets are both functional and beautiful. Aside from offering ample storage, they can also add elegance to a room. Kitchen cabinets in particular are a major focal point.

If you are planning to replace your old cabinets or install new ones, consider ready-to-assemble (RTA) cabinetry. As the name implies, RTA cabinets are designed for easier and faster assembly, which not only saves you time, but can also save you money since you don’t have to hire someone to build and install them for you.

Working with RTA cabinets provides a number of benefits:

Affordable – RTA cabinetry is often less expensive than traditional cabinetry and is about half of what you would spend on custom cabinets.  In addition, they are easy to install, which eliminates the costly need for hiring a specialized contractor.

Wide selection – There is a wide variety of RTA cabinets to choose from, including different styles, designs, materials, and costs. This will give you a greater chance of finding exactly what you want. RTA cabinets are usually all-wood construction, giving you the beauty and functionality of having traditional hardwood cabinets in your home.

Quality and value – Excellent quality and durability are two of the main benefits of using RTA cabinets. Most of the wood species used are long-lasting, so you get your money’s worth.

Easier and faster installation – Compared to installing traditional cabinetry, RTA cabinets are easier and much faster to install. After purchasing RTA cabinetry, simply assemble the pieces and install. Most homeowners who have a basic knowledge of cabinetry and installation can actually do the work themselves.s

Chris George
Oklahoma City Realtor




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