The RTA Kitchen Cabinets can be purchased in many different wood stains and finishes. The RTA kitchen cabinets are also available in several colors, with the most common painted White shaker cabinetry is the most popular. At RTA, Wood cabinets have a wide selection of doors styles and colors. There are a couple of standard colors, but specialty colors like reds, pinks, purples, and maroons are becoming more popular with these cabinets. Many people who choose to go with RTA Wood cabinets will also purchase the matching RTA door, or if purchased separately, will buy the door and the corresponding cabinet.
Why RTA Kitchen Cabinets?
RTA Kitchen Cabinets require no or very little extra work to put together than traditional kitchen cabinets require. In most cases, all that is needed to install RTA kitchen cabinets is to screw the two side pieces of the wood together. The instructions provided with your particular piece of RTA will list the necessary tools needed to do this. If the instructions do not specify a specific tool, use the appropriate wood glue to attach the two pieces. As long as the two pieces of wood are glued and screwed together, you can be sure that no extra work is required to complete the task.
Although the RTA cabinets are assembled to minimize extra work, some additional tasks may still be needed to complete the job. These tasks include, but are not limited to, cutting the wood to size. The larger pieces of wood will need to be cut first. Then the smaller pieces, which will be glued and screwed together, will need to be glued and caulked if they will be covered in glaze. Finally, once all of the smaller pieces of wood have been cut and caulked, the cabinets will need to be assembled.
Benefits of buying RTA cabinets
The benefit to buying RTA cabinets pre-assembled is the cost savings that are associated with them. By ordering the units that are ready to assemble right from an online store, you can save quite a bit of money on the project’s overall cost. It may seem like an incredible amount of money to pay upfront for the cabinets. Still, it is essential to remember that not only are you saving money on the product itself, but you are also saving money on labor costs associated with putting the cabinets together. In addition, if you choose to purchase unfinished plywood, you will be saving a lot of money on the project.