Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Make Over Your Kitchen Cabinet Doorsby Amy Fanter
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Could your outdated kitchen cabinet doors use a little updating? By choosing to refinish your existing kitchen cabinets, you can give your current kitchen cabinet doors an entirely new look and feel in less than a week. What's more, by opting to refinish rather than replace your kitchen cabinets, you'll probably save money too!
Are You a Candidate for Cabinet Refacing?If your kitchen cabinets are in good repair, but looking tired and outdated, you could be an ideal candidate for kitchen cabinet refacing. That's because a cabinet refacing or refinishing will give you the "new" look you want without the mess and expense of a total kitchen cabinet replacement.
Cabinet Refacing Gives Your Kitchen a Face LiftWhen you refinish your kitchen cabinets, a new "skin" of either wood veneer or laminate is applied to your kitchen cabinets' existing boxes. Then, your existing doors, drawer faces, and molding are replaced with new matching ones. You can also make minor repairs and install upgraded storage solutions, such as appliance garages, sliding shelves, drawer inserts, vertical storage racks, and lazy Susans.
Refinish Your Cabinets: Fast, Affordable and StylishIn most cases, it will take less than a week to refinish your kitchen cabinets. Even better, the cost is roughly half that of kitchen cabinet replacement. And with so many different wood grain, color and door design options to choose from, you'll be able to select exactly the kind of look and feel you want.
If you're looking for an extreme kitchen cabinet makeover on a small budget, refinishing your kitchen cabinets could be the perfect option for you. Get a cabinet refacing estimate today to get started!
About the Author
AJ Fanter is a freelance writer based in Reno, Nevada.