Cabinet Refacing

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Cabinet Refacing

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A money-saving option for a kitchen transformation.

It’s never a good idea to simply paint your existing cabinets. You’re only changing the color –  you’re still stuck with the outdated style. If you like your current layout, cabinet refacing is a great alternative to ripping out your entire kitchen. You can do a quick update without disturbing the existing floors, countertops and plumbing. Your kitchen also remains also fully functional – your major appliances can even remain in place.

So what exactly IS cabinet refacing? Cabinet refacing is a process where your existing cabinet “boxes” are used to create a whole new kitchen. The framework of your cabinets are covered with a thin material in your choice of hardwood. The next step is the installation of new cabinet doors and drawer fronts. You have your choice of many styles, stain colors and hardwood options to choose from. Other features like dovetailed drawers, full extension glide, roll-out shelves, lazy susans, wire dividers, appliance garages and slide-out organizers can also be included. All new hardware adds the final touches to the overall look, transforming it into a whole new kitchen in just a matter of day.

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