If you are looking to make a dramatic change to your kitchen cabinets then cabinet refacing may be the perfect solution for you. Cabinet refacing is a unique choice, meaning it’s not for everyone. It depends on the homeowner’s project.
Typically, cabinet refacing is performed when a customer has or is going to replace their counter tops or flooring and now the cabinet color or cabinet wood types are mismatched. Or if a homeowner likes their existing counter tops and is looking for a drastic kitchen cabinetry change.
Refacing can also be used when a customer likes the kitchen layout but just doesn’t like the cabinet color or cabinet wood any longer.
Cabinet layout changes can be made with cabinet refacing and a typical reface project is completed within 5 days, starting Monday and finishing Friday. We use the same exact doors and hardware for our refacing that we use on our custom cabinets, therefore, giving you quality work and materials.
Cabinet Refacing Process
Cabinet refacing involves precise measuring, ordering and receiving of all the materials needed to complete the cabinet refacing project. Cabinet refacing involves replacing your existing doors, drawers and drawer fronts. Only your cabinet boxes remain. We use new, custom made solid wood doors with the, European type hinges. Wood veneer is bonded to the existing cabinet boxes with the new cabinet material, typically the choices are cherry, maple or oak. Custom drawer boxes or roll-out shelves (if desired) are also installed. Expect full extension slides and soft-close mechanisms on all the new drawer boxes. Decorative crown moulding finishes off the refaced cabinetry. Our standard crown moulding is 2 ¼ but you can upgrade to any size you like as long as it fits. If you are going to the extent of refacing your cabinets you might consider adding some glamous, glittering glass pulls or perhaps more functioning knobs or handles. Either way you choose, this can extend the life of your newly refaced cabinet finish.