With cabinet refacing, you already have more than half of what you need for your new kitchen. If you're like many homeowners, you plan to keep the existing layout of your kitchen exactly the same. Cabinet refacing, also known in the industry as cabinet resurfacing, lets you keep your existing kitchen intact while completely transforming its appearance. As an added bonus cabinet refacing reinforces the strength of your existing cabinets, providing even greater structural integrity for the years to come.
In most cases, the cabinet refacing process is the superior choice over gutting your kitchen and installing all new cabinets. Not only will this save a lot of time and mess, but it will also save you about half the cost of all new custom kitchen cabinets. Since brand new kitchen cabinet doors are a part of every kitchen refacing job, eighty percent of what everyone sees will be brand new anyway. It just makes sense!
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If your kitchen is well-built and functional there is no reason to tear it all apart. Even if you need more cabinet space, cabinet refacing can be combined with additional matching custom cabinets that can be built specifically for your kitchen such as pantries, desks, extra cabinet units or even a free standing island.
Cabinet refacing allows you to choose from hundreds of color and style combinations in both wood and laminate. You can also add beautiful new high-quality hardware and hinges with kitchen cabinet refacing. Colors & Options
Cabinet refacing is also fast. A full kitchen remodeling project can render your kitchen unusable for as long as six weeks. Refacing can be done within 3-5 days.
Of course, cabinet refacing will conserve the most precious resource of all--your money. Refacing is a second-to-none money saving option for your kitchen remodel. By preserving the existing cabinetry, you can save enough to truly create the kitchen you've been envisioning. Go ahead--upgrade to a luxury countertop, add storage accessories, decorative moldings...build in all of those bells and whistles you might otherwise forgo due to budget concerns.
Plus, refacing truly is the green alternative. You'll feel great every time you walk into your newly refaced kitchen knowing that cabinet refacing is environmentally responsible. The refacing process uses fewer resources, and this eco-friendly, affordable alternative for remodeling your kitchen will keep your perfectly good cabinets out of the landfill.
Many homeowners are surprised to learn they are perfect candidates for kitchen cabinet refacing.