so. how is the quality ?i can't say how they are now, but 2 years ago i had great luck at www.cabinetsdirectrta.com. they were having a 40% off sale on the cabinets we wanted so we lucked out. as with any online company you decide on make sure to look for reviews on the company before purchasing, don't read reviews that are on that companies website tho.
i am not defending rta cabinets. but i can tell you, from experience with display units. displays get ABUSED. you just can't fully judge by the display unit. sure, the display will tell you some things. but poorly assembled and them customer abused does not necessarily make for a bad product.Some of the other RTA's I have seen, even in person, if you look closer at all the displays, you see how some haven't even held up to customers opening and closing drawers, doors every so often.
Barker cabinets are all that their web site says they are.actually the barker cabinets aren't cheap in price. They can be made to your specs by I think half inch increments with all different options.
Some of the other RTA's I have seen, even in person, if you look closer at all the displays, you see how some haven't even held up to customers opening and closing drawers, doors every so often.
what ? that makes no sense. square cabinets look goofy in an old house :confused1:The only problem I have with quality RTA cabinetry is the cabinets come from the factory square. Nobody measured for them and they end up looking goofy in renovation projects.
At the end of the day, once into discussion of nice wood to start? A custom cabinet maker was no more expensive than guys trying to fit RTA boxes into place.