“What is an RTA cabinet?” Question of the Week 12/01/2018
“What is an RTA cabinet?”
Our customer question of the week has been sent in by Katrina in Rochdale, who is looking for some clarification of industry terms she has heard her kitchen fitter using.
“I’ve heard my kitchen fitter talking about RTA cabinets but I’m not sure what they are. Are you able to shed some light and advise whether I should get them?”
Thank you for getting in touch – having a new kitchen fitted is a big decision to make so you need to make sure you pick the right cabinets and style for you.
RTA simply means ready-to-assemble, so it is essentially an industry term for flatpack. We offer all our kitchen units pre-built as standard to make it easier for our customers – we know that building furniture can be tricky and time consuming, so having pre-built units is often easier and more convenient. If you are having your kitchen fitted, it can also save you money as it removes the need to assemble cabinets, reducing the amount of time your fitter will need to spend.
That said, ready-to-assemble cabinets are a convenient option if you need to store them before fitting your new kitchen, especially when space is tight. If you require flat-packed units instead of assembled ones, we can arrange that for you – our sales team and showroom staff are on hand to help you get the perfect kitchen.
RTA cabinets cost the same as pre-assembled units and can be ordered across our whole range. You are close to our Derbyshire Showroom if you would like to visit us to make your purchase, and view our wide selection of cabinets and worktops before placing your order.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us
The Team @ Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets
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