Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets
Shop our selection of 21 different kitchen cabinet door styles to suit any style of kitchen. Our pre-assembled kitchen cabinetry are made of high quality construction materials and ready to install right out of the box. They feature finished matching interior and cabinet sides. All of our pre-assembled kitchen cabinets are shipped anywhere in the continental United States within 7-21 business days.
AVERAGE 10x10 KITCHEN
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Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets Pros
Pre-assembled kitchen cabinets are generally made with high quality materials that are designed to endure years of wear and tear. These cabinets are put together using professional tools and machines, and are assembled by professionals with extensive experience in the field. The installation process is rather straightforward, since the cabinets arrive in your home already pre-assembled, which leads us to our next and last highlight: pre-assembled cabinets leave little room for error. You don’t need to worry about being handy or knowing your way around a tool kit, the work is done for you.
Pre-Assembled Kitchen Cabinets Cons
The number one overarching disadvantage of pre-assembled kitchen cabinets is the higher cost involved. Since these cabinets require workers to assemble them for you, manufacturers are then left with the task of charging consumers higher rates for these items, to cover the cost of labor. On top of the added cost for cabinet-creation, there is an even higher price tag when it comes to the shipping. Unlike RTA cabinets, pre-assembled cabinets require bigger boxes, more expensive containers, and increased space to get them to the recipient in working order. The additional materials are reflected in the final cost, leading to a significantly larger bill than you would have otherwise received. If you are looking to get your cabinets installed in your kitchen sooner than later, you will be forced to choose from a finite selection of pre-assembled items that may not speak to the full scope of your creativity and vision. Rather than getting cabinets that mesh perfectly with your home design, you will be forced to settle on something merely close enough