Our cabinet refinishing process is pretty straight
first remove the doors,
drawers and hardware from the cabinets. Then, we refinish the cabinet
boxes inside and out, unless you choose not to refinish the inside
of the cabinets, which can save you some money. We then refinish
the fronts and backs of the doors and drawers, unless you choose
not to do the back of the doors, which saves you even more money.
We use the same coating on your cabinets that we use on the tubs
and countertops, which offers three different finishes; Matte, Satin
or Gloss. After the finish has had time to cure, the doors and drawers
are reinstalled using new hardware. We can supply the new hardware
or you may purchase it yourself allowing you to have any hinges
and knobs that you may desire.
Our cabinet refacing offers you the look of a brand new cabinet
without the mess and high cost of replacing them.
We first remove the doors and drawer faces, using the same drawer
boxes or installing new ones. Then we refinish the interior of the
cabinet boxes (or not) using a color that closely matches the color
of the new exterior finish. After the finish has had time to cure,
we then laminate the exterior of the cabinet boxes, use a plastic
laminate that matches the new doors, which you have chosen from
our wide variety of wood species and finishes. After the cabinet
boxes are finished we install the new doors and drawer faces (and
new drawer boxes if needed) using new hardware that you have chosen.
Your kitchen and bathroom cabinets will look brand new, for about
half the price of new ones.