Remove & discard the cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and moldings.
Prepare the cabinet boxes and cover them with a factory-finished wood veneer.
Install new factory-finished doors, drawer fronts, hinges, and moldings.
Any wood, any door, any finish, any look you want.
Minor modifications may be made to cabinets.
Drawers & drawer guides can be replaced.
Countertops, floors, appliances can all be left alone.
Cabinet interiors remain unchanged.
Significantly less expensive than replacing cabinets.
Is cabinet refacing a good value for me?
The cost of a quality cabinet refacing job often approaches the cost of mid-grade new cabinets. Projects where cabinet cosmetics are the main problem are perfect for cabinet refacing. Much of the savings in a refacing project comes from the things we don't have to do.
Do not have to tear out cabinets
Do not have to install new cabinets
Do not have to replace countertops
Do not have to replace backsplashes
Do not have to replace flooring.
Scenarios where cabinet refacing is a great solution.
I have already replaced countertops.
I have already replaced the flooring.
My layout is great.
My cabinets are good quality and structurally sound.
My drawers function fine.
I need just a few minor cabinet modifications.
I prefer the look of wood cabinets
Scenarios where cabinet refacing may not be the best solution.
I need all new drawers and guides.
I would like to change the kitchen layout.
I want to significantly modify several cabinets.
My cabinets are falling apart.
My kitchen has a dropped ceiling or soffits I want to remove.
I am planning to replace the countertops and flooring as well.
I want to change appliance locations.
I prefer the look of painted cabinets
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