Our standard outdoor kitchens require at least one other person to help with lifting and placing parts. The countertops and appliances are heavy so it is neither safe nor ideal to do yourself. If you have an extra set of hands around, this part will not be an issue.
While RTA outdoor kitchens have simplified the process of assembly, there are still tools required. If you have a power drill with three drill bits, you’re good to go. A level and pry bar to open the shipping boxes are helpful as well.
Basic knowledge of construction is pretty essential to building your outdoor kitchen. If you know how to use basic construction tools and know your way around a project, this will not be a problem for you. We at RTA make the process as simple as possible.
If you do not feel confident with any of the above, that is okay! We can help. Many RTA customers hire a handyman to help with assembly and disposal of crate materials. RTA also has a growing network of professionals that can assist you in most parts of the country.