Remodel Your Kitchen the Easy Way!
If you’re tired of looking at your old, stained and worn-out cabinets, you’ve probably already decided that it’s time to get new ones, but perhaps are sure about how to go about getting this done. Your cabinets are the number one eye-catcher in your kitchen and may cause your home to look old and unkempt if they’re in bad shape. If you’re considering selling your home in the next couple years this could present a problem when potential buyers look at your kitchen and all they see is old boring kitchen cabinets. Traditional remodels can be expensive costing on average over $20,000 and if you’re on a budget you may feel like you have no other option but to let these eyesores sit in your kitchen and lower the value of your home. Ready to Assemble Kitchen Cabinetry offers a simple and inexpensive solution to this problem. Our cabinets cost under $2000 for the average kitchen and improve the value of your home for only a fraction of the cost. Order your cabinets directly from the importer, not from the middle man to save on the price and improve on the quality. Installing your own cabinets might sound daunting, but our cabinets can be installed with no special skill and no more tools than a simple screwdriver. We offer a large variety of cabinets with over 30 styles and colors to choose from. This allows you to completely customize how you want your kitchen to look. Unlike most ready to assemble cabinets which are made from MDF particle board, our cabinets are made from 100% Solid plywood and are Carb 2 compliant making them a very “green” product. Orders arrive in about 2-4 weeks allowing you to quickly get your kitchen remodel started and begin improving the quality of your home. Orders are shipped flat on a pallet with easy-to-follow instructions for assembly. “RTA Cabinets make it easy to improve the value of your home when you want and how you want”. Visit our website to see our wide variety of cabinets and see how easily you can improve the quality, style and value of your home.
By Frank LaMark
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