Ready to assemble cabinets have literally changed the Cabinet Industry. RTA cabinets -unfinished cabinets aka, knock down cabinets or flat pack cabinets are shipped directly to the consumer and have several advantages over traditional kitchen cabinet manufacturing.
Mainly, rta cabinets are cheaper as the consumer is allowed to share some production cost with their own “sweat equity” by participating in the assembly process in their homes rather than having the cabinets assembled in the factory. RTA Cabinets are also cheaper to ship. The rta cabinetsor “flat packs” can be strapped to a pallet and forklifted onto a truck and delivered directly to the jobsite. Not only less expensive to transport but, the smaller footprint also helps reduce shipping damage as well as help the environment with less fuel spent per cabinet.
Another notable advantage is the lead times when ordering rta cabinets. Because these cabinets are pre fabricated and prepackaged, they are simply pulled from a distributors inventory and quickly prepared for shipment rather than having each piece made per order in a factory.
The homeowner has complete control over the project. No more arguing with a contractor about schedules and sloppy workmanship, the kitchen owner can be the job manager with complete freedom over virtually every detail of their project.
There are still more factors that have pushed rta cabinets as favorites for kitchen remodels. Contractors and DIYers alike appreciate the robotically placed assembly brackets for ease, and strength of the finished cabinets. Solid wood and plywood materials are used rather than the traditional particle board will ensure years of durable use. Low VOC emission techniques and the promotion of sustainable tree farming are just some of the eco friendly points.
What ever your reason for considering RTA Cabinets, low cost, speed of delivery, ease of installation or simply the beauty of the wood. The advantages of the RTA Cabinets are too great to ignore.
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Granger Davis, ADI Supply
386-761-4946 or fax 386-761-7535