Give Your Cabinets a Fresh New Look with Refacing
If you’re looking to update the look of your kitchen without breaking the bank, cabinet refacing is a great option to consider. Refacing involves replacing the doors and drawer fronts of your existing cabinets, while leaving the cabinet boxes in place. This means that the structure of your cabinets remains intact, but the exterior is given a fresh, new look.
There are several benefits to choosing cabinet refacing over a full cabinet replacement. First and foremost, refacing is significantly more affordable than completely replacing your cabinets. In fact, you can typically save 50% or more on the cost of a full replacement by choosing refacing.
Additionally, refacing is a faster and less disruptive process than a full replacement. The work can typically be completed in just a few days, with minimal disruption to your daily routine. And because your existing cabinets are being used as the foundation for the project, there’s less mess and debris to clean up once the work is done.
When it comes to refacing your cabinets, you have a variety of options to choose from. This includes:
Wood veneers: These are thin sheets of real wood that are applied to the surface of your existing cabinet doors and drawer fronts.
Laminate: This is a synthetic material that is available in a wide range of colors and patterns. Laminate can be used to create a variety of looks, from sleek and modern to traditional and classic.
Paint: If you’re looking for a completely different color or finish for your cabinets, painting is a great option. With the right preparation and application techniques, you can achieve a smooth, professional-looking finish that will last for years to come.
No matter what option you choose, refacing your cabinets is a cost-effective way to give your kitchen a fresh, updated look. Contact us today to learn more about our cabinet refacing services and to schedule a consultation.