Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Company opens Office in Bostonby Kirk Bangstad
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Jost and Reine Fleck began Kitchen Magic in 1979 with a new twist on an old adage. As well as believing that the "customer is always right," Jost considered customer satisfaction vital to his company's marking and advertising business. This attention to the customer has helped this kitchen cabinet refacing company thrive over the years. Recently, the company announced it was opening a new office in Massachusetts.
Cabinet Refacing not just a "Quick Fix"Kitchen Magic just announced that it was opening a new office in Framingham, MA. This company specializes in kitchen cabinet refacing. In fact, their goal since starting the business in 1979 is to convince the public that cabinet refacing isn't just a temporary quick fix to worn out cabinets. They believe that cabinet refacing can add beauty and polish to a kitchen for years on end. Their cabinet refacing beliefs probably revolve around their state-of-the-art double lamination refacing system. Jost Fleck, the owner of Kitchen Magic, perfected this system years ago, which adds a level of quality to the cabinet refacing process that isn't common in today's market. Because Kitchen Magic sees kitchen cabinet refacing as a project that enhances the quality of kitchen cabinets instead of merely hiding the flaws in worn-out cabinets, it believes that cabinet refacing is a long-term solution to kitchen aesthetic issues.
Cabinet Refacing Costs Suprisingly LowAlthough Kitchen Magic deems cabinet refacing a means to achieve a pristine looking kitchen, the cost of kitchen cabinet refacing makes the process seem rather inconsequential. Kitchen cabinet refacing is relatively cheap compared to the alternative option--buying new kitchen cabinets. The material used for refacing cabinets is very inexpensive, so the cost of labor becomes the main expense. Although hiring a professional to do this job is probably a safer bet, a detail-oriented do-it-yourselfer could probably handle it. If you need to spruce up your kitchen for the holiday season, check out kitchen cabinet refacing.
About the Author
Kirk Bangstad is an artist manager and singer working in Chicago, IL. His previous experience includes consulting for technology companies in the Silicon Valley and serving as a field director and publicist for a statewide political campaign. Kirk holds a B.A. in government from Harvard University.