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Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets

Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets

10*10 Kitchen: $2,530
10*10 Kitchen: $2,530
10*10 Kitchen: $2,415
10*10 Kitchen: $2,415
10*10 Kitchen: $2,991
10*10 Kitchen: $3,365
10*10 Kitchen: $2,338
10*10 Kitchen: $2,551
10*10 Kitchen: $2,447
10*10 Kitchen: $2,938
10*10 Kitchen: $3,130
10*10 Kitchen: $3,311
10*10 Kitchen: $3,404
10*10 Kitchen: $3,404
10*10 Kitchen: $3,404
10*10 Kitchen: $3,526
10*10 Kitchen: $2,793
10*10 Kitchen: $3,404
10*10 Kitchen: $3,774
10*10 Kitchen: $3,664
10*10 Kitchen: $2,294
10*10 Kitchen: $2,291
10*10 Kitchen: $2,746
10*10 Kitchen: $2,899
10*10 Kitchen: $2,989
10*10 Kitchen: $3,016
10*10 Kitchen: $2,622
10*10 Kitchen: $2,840
10*10 Kitchen: $2,929

What is Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets

Pre-assembled kitchen cabinets are those that are ready to install. There’s no work put in to build them. We make sure that all the items for your cabinets are there, and assemble them for you. There’s no need to worry about missing items or getting your DIY tools out. All you need is the ability to fix them to your walls. They will save you time, and can save you money by not having to hire professional installers. Most pre-assembled kitchen cabinets cost from $1,818, and are around 25% more than cabinets that you can assemble yourself. There are some semi-custom pre-assembled options available that you cannot find in the ready to assemble section.

Benefits of Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets

The product materials for the cabinets are usually high in quality, because they need to withstand years of wear and tear. Only the professional machines and tools are used when assembling, and care is taken by professionals. Installing the cabinets in your home is easy and quick. There is very little room for any error when placing them on your wall or in your kitchen, because the hard work is already completed for you.

Downsides of Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets

The main downside is the cost that comes with these cabinets, compared to ready to assemble ones. Someone else will put the products together for you, which means more time spent developing your order. That means you need to cover the cost of labor.

The shipping costs will also be higher. It costs more to ship pre-assembled cabinets because bigger boxes and more space than the RTA cabinets are needed. It’s no surprise that your final bill will be significantly higher than ready to assemble cabinets.

If you want to get your kitchen installed quickly, you may be limited to the pre-assembled options available. You may not get the exact kitchen of your dreams, having to settle for compromises just to be more efficient.

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