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Ready to Assemble DIY Systems

Boardprep has the solution for the budding DIY enthusiast. Simply sketch a plan of your kitchen or bedroom, including all measurements. Then indicate the positions of all windows and doors and fixtures like plug points, stove point, other electrical and plumbing – preferably in a different colour for clarity. Accuracy is essential to ensure a good result.

We can then assist you in designing your new kitchen or bedroom with CAD 3D computer technology – enabling you to visualise the result. We can help you to choose from a range of finishes, worktops, doors, and other accessories that will make your new room a showpiece in your home. Your furniture components will then be prepared for you, either flat-packed for ease of handling or pre-assembled by us as carcasses ready for installation. If DIY is not your forte, Boardprep will be happy to put you in touch with an experienced installer, who will share your vision. And that’s all there is to it!

Why Ready to Assemble?


Ready to Assemble (RTA) cabinets are the key to achieving the kitchen of your dreams within a reasonable budget. They are flat-packed for dispatch and are therefore easy to transport or store. Each flat-pack contains all the components required to make the cabinet carcass and the fittings to assemble it. Various options such as doors, coloured side panels, tops, cornice and light shield can be selected to complement the carcass and deliver that professional, fully co-ordinated look.

Are they easy to assemble?
Yes! With a few simple tools the carcasses can be put together in as little as 5 to 10 minutes per cabinet. If you prefer, Boardprep’s factory staff can pre-assemble most units for a small extra charge. And if you decide that installation is too much work for you, then we can put you in touch with one of our approved installers. Ask your salesperson for more information on these options.

Ready to Assemble Kitchen Cupboard Units

Raw MDF doors Impact doors Wrap doors Veneer doors
Desk Tops Window sills Architectural panels Postformed elements