11 Jun Can I Really Assemble My Own Cabinets?
If you’ve spent any time on our website, you likely noticed that we offer four types of cabinets—natural stain, glazed, dark glazed, and mocha shaker—all of which can be ordered ready-to-assemble. And while the term “ready-to-assemble” might sound as though it applies only to professional home remodelers, the truth is that we make the assembly process easier than you think with the many tools and resources we offer. Here are a few things you’ll have at your disposal when it comes time to order and assemble your kitchen or bathroom cabinets with Knotty Alder.
Our measuring guide is the very first step towards getting your own ready-to-assemble cabinets. It lays out three simple steps of the measuring process and includes the fine details and tips to help you get perfect measurements and a precise diagram of your kitchen or bathroom. You can also contact us by phone or online form should you have any questions about measurement along the way.
Free Color Samples
You can order free cabinet color samples before your start your big project so that color coordinating your cabinets with the rest of your kitchen or bathroom space is simple.
Cabinet Design Center
In addition to free color samples, our cabinet design center can offer inspiration to go along with each of our four cabinet types.
Our assembly instructions page contains detailed information on how we ship our cabinets and how you can assemble the cabinet frame, drawers, and cam lock system. You’ll also find a list of tools that you’ll need in order to complete your assembly.
If you have any questions along the way, you can get advice from our experts by filling out our online form. All we need from you is a brief description of your project along with your questions.
For those who are visual learners, we offer video tutorials on assembly of several different cabinet types.
Still not sure if ready-to-assemble cabinets are for you? No problem. We’ve even created a questionnaire to help you decide if RTA cabinets are right for you. We also make ourselves available to our customers at every step of the assembly and installation process, and we can point you to additional resources to help you in your DIY project. It’s also possible to seek the help of a local professional should you decide that you don’t have the time or ability to make RTA cabinets a DIY project.