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OPPEIN Canada RTA Cabinets Frequently FAQ

RTA cabinets are kitchen or bathroom cabinets that are pre-manufactured in the factory and shipped to the customer in a disassembled, flat-packed form. They are designed to be easily assembled by the homeowner or a professional installer, without the need for specialized tools or skills.

There are many benefits to choosing RTA cabinets. Such as cost savings, flexible installation, convenient transportation, and fast delivery. If your budget is limited and your requirements for customization are not high, you can choose RTA cabinets.

RTA cabinets are often made with high-quality materials, such as wood veneers, particle board, or engineered wood, which can be as durable as custom-built cabinets. Many RTA cabinet manufacturers use modern construction techniques and hardware to ensure the cabinets are sturdy and long-lasting.

RTA cabinets typically come with detailed, step-by-step instructions and all the necessary hardware (screws, hinges, etc.) for assembly. The assembly process generally involves connecting the cabinet boxes, attaching the doors and drawers, and securing the units to the wall. Depending on the complexity of the design, the assembly can take a few hours to a full day for a complete kitchen or bathroom.
We can provide professional installation services if you prefer not to assemble the cabinets yourself.

First, carefully measure the available space in your kitchen or bathroom to determine the proper cabinet size and configuration. Next, plan for optimal cabinet placement, taking into account the room layout, existing plumbing and electrical outlets.
We offer an online planning tool or in-home consultation to help you design a layout that works best for your space.

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