Refacing is a simple alternative to ripping out your out of date kitchen out and spending large amounts of cash to install new cabinets, countertops, and trim. Which renders your kitchen unusable for up to several weeks. Refacing involves removing the old doors and drawer fronts from your cabinets, re-painting the faces of your cabinets to one of the thousands of custom colors that we offer, and attaching the new-matching doors and drawer fronts to your cabinets. Leaving you a new look at a fraction of the cost.
How do I know if my cabinets are good to reface?
Refacing is feasible if your existing cabinet boxes are structurally sound and in good condition. Cabinets with water damage, warping, and broken frames are poor candidates.
Some repairs can be made without blowing your budget. Kitchen refacing is more cost effective and takes less time than a full remodel. Refacing your cabinets can transform the look of your kitchen without all the headaches (and costs) of a full remodel.
Refacing your kitchen cabinets includes covering the exposed cabinet frames with a new finish. Doors and drawer fronts are replaced to match or complement your newly refinished cabinets. New hinges, pulls, and molding complete the transformation.
Kitchen cabinet Refacing pros:
Costs about half as much as replacing cabinets. Takes less time to install . It’s less hassle than tearing out cabinets. You can still use your kitchen while refacing.
How are They Installed?
Our sales rep will come to your home or business, to measure your cabinets and determine the correct sizes and quantities for door and drawer fronts, and how much hardware is needed. Newly ordered doors and drawer fronts may take one to three weeks depending upon finish selected.
When all the materials are in hand, your installer removes old cabinet door and drawer fronts, and prepares the surface of the cabinet boxes by lightly sanding the finish. Any significant flaws in the surface are repaired or filled to ensure a smooth finish.
The painter will finish cabinet faces, any exposed cabinet ends, and if wanted finished interior of cabinets. Then they will mount the new doors, drawer fronts, and hardware. The process typically takes two to four days.
How This Process Works:
Step 1, Contact your area sales representative.
Step 2, Let us spend an hour in your home and help you choose colors and give you an estimate for your new kitchen design
Step 3, Give us one to three weeks to manufacture your new materials
Step 4, Our painter will come out and begin the install process by coming to your home and painting the faces of your cabinets.
Step 5, Our installer will come the following day and install your new doors and other materials