Interested in ideas for dramatically upgrading the look and value of your cabinetry?
Then consider cabinet refacing.
Cabinet refacing is the most effective and affordable way to upgrade your kitchen. It involves replacing all old cabinet doors and drawer fronts and covering existing cabinet boxes with new wood. It is literally a new face over your cabinets. The process will transform your old, outdated cabinets into beautiful, custom cabinets for a fraction of the cost of replacing.
We are experts in cabinet refacing and will produce dramatic results just by replacing door and drawer fronts and covering existing cabinet boxes with new wood or thermofoil.
They will provide that simple solution to your outdated cabinetry and allow your home’s inner beauty to shine.
Your existing cabinetry has hidden potential to be transformed in a matter of days!
If you are looking for a new color or a whole new style, then Cabinet Refacing is for you. Your outdated cabinets will be transformed into beautiful, unique cabinets by replacing doors and drawer fronts and covering existing cabinet boxes with new wood.
A reface begins with removal of your old doors and drawer fronts . The cabinet boxes are then refaced in your home. The finished doors and drawer fronts are then installed, together with moldings.
Most jobs are completed in 5 days or less. Small jobs may only take 2-3 days.
Our goal is to offer exceptional value to you in the form of high quality and amazing service.
We are happy to discuss all of your options with you. We want to help you make your kitchen as unique as you are, at an affordable price and with the highest quality materials — guaranteed!
We cater to all budgets! Get in touch for your FREE QuickQuote. We will provide an Estimate in as little as 24-hours*.
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Below is a list of the frequently asked questions we hear from Homeowners:
What is cabinet refacing?
Cabinet refacing is the most effective and affordable way to upgrade your kitchen. It involves replacing all old cabinet doors and drawer fronts and covering existing cabinet boxes with new wood. You literally get a new face over your cabinets.
How long does it take to complete a custom cabinet refacing project?
Most projects are completed in 5 days or less.
What can I expect during the standard cabinet refacing process?
Below is the standard schedule for a cabinet refacing project:
- Day 1 Remove old doors & drawers. Cover floors & countertops. Start reface.
- Day 2 Continue refacing cabinets.
- Day 3/4 Finish refacing cabinets.
- Day 5 Hang doors and conduct final walk-through. When project is complete your enjoy your new kitchen!
Are my old cabinet doors replaced?
Yes! Your old doors are replaced with new ones. We partner you with one of our experienced Contractors to help you pick the best door design and wood type for your home.
How much does it cost?
You can reface your existing cabinets at a fraction of the cost of installing new cabinets. Completely overhaul the look of your old cabinets, while enjoying significant savings.
What materials are the cabinet doors made of?
We use solid wood and also offer Thermofoil. When you partner with us, our professional designer will work with you to select the best wood species, design and color for your custom cabinetry project.
How many colors can I choose from?
You can choose from many standard designer colors and an unlimited selection of premium color options.
What is standard for most vendors?
Many vendors encourage their customers to buy Thermofoil doors, which is a man-made, synthetic, plastic product. This saves the vendor time and money, because they aren’t creating a custom finish. The homeowner ends up replacing their wood cabinets with a plastic product that does not provide the high-end kitchen remodel they were hoping for. We proudly offer BOTH real wood and the Thermofoil option.
Will I need to be home during my project?
No, you don’t need to be home. We understand you have a busy schedule.
What is a corbel?
A corbel is a decorative styled wall bracket designed to support a shelf or countertop overhang.
What is a distressed look?
Distressing is a painting technique we can use if you would like your cabinets to have an old-time look and feel. You can add a minor distress or an extreme one to your cabinets.
Should I just get all new cabinets?
New cabinets often require changing the “footprint,” or layout of your kitchen. The costs of rewiring electrical connections, replacing flooring, painting, countertops, and a number of more subtle reconfigurations make the basic cost of new cabinets deceptively lower. If you are happy with the layout of your kitchen, cabinet refacing is the fastest and most cost effective way to create your dream kitchen, master bath, or other custom cabinetry project.
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