Conestoga, Custom High-End RTA kitchen and vanity cabinets
Conestoga Custom High-End RTA kitchen cabinets.
I know what you thinking, how can you use custom, or high-end cabinets in the same sentence along with RTA cabinets? That’s an oxymoron, right? Well if you take Conestoga out of the sentence, then I would have to agree with you. Most people associate RTA cabinets with Ikea, or some of the imported Asian cabinets. They serve a purpose, but if you are looking for a high-end cabinet, custom cabinet shop quality, or better, at a fraction of the price, then you want to check out Conestoga Wood Specialties, and then contact me at Cabinet Place Online, LOL.
Conestoga actually makes all the doors and drawer fronts for most of the USA cabinet manufacturers, like Kraftmaid, among others. However they do not do the finishing for Kraftmaid, and thus that is why they are a step or two above in quality. They use oil based DuraGuard paints, primers, stains, glazes and clear top coats. Their top coat is a 2-part, conversion varnish. If you Google that, you will find there is no better, all-around protectant finish available, for kitchen cabinets. And if you think you found a better product, let me know, and I will tell you why it is not. Since California has such strict regulations concerning oil-based paints and top coats, local cabinet shops have to use less desirable water-based products. This is one reason we have a lot of orders heading out to California, the others being price and quality.
Conestoga uses high quality veneer plywood’s, from American manufacturers, for their cabinet boxes. They do not import the less expensive plywood’s that some other cabinet manufacturers use.
Custom Paint Colors
Getting back to the paints, Conesotga offers Prism paint, which are actually Sherwin-Williams paint colors. In fact, there are thousands of different colors that are available. However, they do cost a little more than Conestoga’s standard Colourtone colors, but look at some of these colors that are available.
Perfect for accenting an island, or a wood hood, etc.
Do you like blue?