RTA Cabinet Store promises three-day shipping
July 28, 2021 | 11:51 am CDT
RTA Cabinet Store Florence Gray Kitchen

RTA Cabinet Store sources kitchen cabinets from six different Chinese factories.

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.. – The RTA Cabinet Store announced its Quick Shipping Warranty, backing its promise to ship complete customer orders from its warehouse within three days.

According to the company’s website, “We guarantee 100% of your order on select cabinets ships out in 3 business days* or we'll refund you 10% (up to $250) of your purchase.”

RTA Cabinet Store Warehouse

RTA Cabinet Store hailed its Quick shipping warranty as the “first in the industry to offer fast and efficient delivery of cabinets.” The online cabinet seller added that RTA cabinets typically take seven to 21 days to ship, while semi-custom and custom cabinets can take eight to 36 weeks or even longer.

“You can receive your cabinet within a week of placing your order. This is unprecedented in the industry and demonstrates an ever-improving leadership position among online cabinet companies,” said Marc Zieger, CEO of Renovation Brands, the parent company of RTA Cabinet Store. 

On its website, RTA Cabinet Store notes that it sources it cabinets and some vanities and granite tops from China. “Other products like accessories, roll-out trays, glideware organizers, as well as some sinks and faucets, are manufactured in the USA. All of the imported products we sell pass a strict CARB Phase II Compliance standard.”

In addition to RTA Cabinet Store, Renovation Brands owns American Tin Ceilings, Reggio Register, Electric Fireplaces Direct, Mantels Direct, Electric Fireplaces Canada, Baseboarders, RTA Cabinet Store, abd Deco Planet.

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