Katelyn Berg. Kitchen Remodeling. August 07th , 2018.
There are many home owners who prefer customized kitchen cabinets as they make a very beautiful addition to the kitchen and at the same time they enhance the overall value of the kitchen as well. However, there are times when it may cost more than you have budgeted for and the time taken to complete the construction of the kitchen cabinets can also be quite high. In such situations, it is better to go for RTA cabinetry. RTA refers to ready to assemble kitchen cabinets that is becoming very popular with home owners the world over. These kitchen cabinets are available in a variety of styles and are very beautiful to look at as well. Further, these cabinets are available at a fraction of what you pay for customized kitchen cabinets. Moreover, there is absolutely no waiting period involved. All you have to do is pay the money and get the RTA kitchen cabinets installed in your kitchen.
8. Drive screws through the cabinet back (and shims) into the wall studs. Trim any excess material from the shims with a sharp chisel or knife. Continue to add adjoining cabinets in this manner, joining them the same way you connected the wall cabinets in step 6.
One of the reasons for the popularity of RTA kitchen cabinets is that they are very convenient and at the same time less expensive than costly custom kitchen cabinetry. Another benefit of RTA cabinets is that you can place an order based on any kind of style or configuration you may have chosen for your kitchen cabinets. Of course, the quality varies depending upon the manufacturer as well as the cost. However, the good quality ready to assemble kitchen cabinets are manufactured by using high quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. Another reason for the popularity of ready to assemble cabinets is that they can be assembled quite easily. In many instances, you have home improvement and building contractors provide ready to assemble kitchen cabinets as a part of their product offerings. The cost of this is included in the overall cost of the project.
If the wall is flat, simply rip the filler board to the required width and fasten it in place. If the wall is irregular, you'll have to scribe-fit the filler board. Start by setting a marking compass to the width of the gap, then place a strip of 1"-wide masking tape along the filler board in the area where it needs to be trimmed. Clamp the board to the end cabinet's face frame, then trace the wall contour with the compass. Remove the board and cut along the scribe line with a jig saw, then reinstall it to check the fit. When it's right, drive screws through the adjacent face frame into the edge of the filler board. Screw or nail the other side to the cleat.
Flat panel doors are simple and stylish and do not have any expensive details. They contain hard lines and a minimalist form that makes it perfect for contemporary and modern kitchens. Flat panel cabinets work best in modern kitchens. Hardware needs to match this style. Clean and simple pulls look contemporary and work well with this cabinet style.
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