4 Tips for the DIY Kitchen Remodeler

Let's begin with what type of cabinets you want to buy. Cabinets which come fully assembled will cost more, but they usually have a better warranty and save valuable time during a remodel. If you have a contractor you plan to use, installation costs are considerably less for assembled cabinets. Ready-to-Assemble cabinets, also known as RTAs or Knock Downs, will generally be less expensive, but can require a lot more work as well as a much larger risk of having a finished product which is damaged, out of square, or improperly assembled before it ever gets to the wall. Regardless of which type of cabinet you choose, read and follow the installation guide from the manufacturer. No one wants a v