There are many decisions you need to make on your kitchen cabinet journey. Everything from style and color to price, but don’t forget about RTA kitchen cabinets. You can choose to either have the cabinets pre-assembled and shipped to you, or you can have them sent to you ready to assemble. The difference is one arrives ready to install and the other requires you to assemble it. It may seem easier to just have them arrived pre-assembled, but we can show that RTA is the way to go.
Save Money with Ready to Assemble Cabinets
The one thing everyone likes to do is save money. Anytime we can keep money in the bank or get more for our money, it’s appreciated. Buying pre-assembled may save a little time when you get them, but you’re paying for it. The cabinets don’t come assembled, they need to be assembled at the factory by workers. The time it takes the factory workers to assemble the cabinets is added to the price. If you go with RTA, then you’re saving money. You can keep it in the bank or put it back into the cabinets and end up getting more than when you buy pre-assembled.
Quality Work Goes into Your New Kitchen Cabinets
The great thing about RTA is you know your work. You know the time and effort you put into the job. Odds are you’re going to do your best because it’s your own cabinets. When you’re done, there is a sense of pride for a job well done. You don’t know about the work done at the factories. The workers that put your cabinets together could be 20-year cabinet veterans or yours could be the first they ever put together. Maybe they were under the gun to put several together in a day. You don’t know how well they’re putting those cabinets together. They have no personal investment like you do. No pride for a job well done. It’s literally just an assembly line.
Room to Breath for Your RTA Cabinets
As you might guess, when your pre-assembled kitchen cabinets arrive, they take up a lot of room. They arrive at your home in massive boxes and require a lot of room. It can be difficult to install cabinets if there’s no room to walk around. Either you shove them all in another room or you get RTA. RTA cabinets arrive compacted in boxes that don’t take up nearly as much space. You can set them up how you want and have plenty of room to sort and maneuver for installation and assembly. Don’t be fooled by the ease of pre-assembly. That ease isn’t for free and can cost you more than just money.
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