What Is Cabinet Refacing?
Cabinet refacing, also known as cabinet resurfacing, allows you to keep your existing kitchen cabinets while completely transforming its appearance. Refacing can range from simply replacing existing cabinet door and drawer fronts and updating hardware to wrapping the cabinet boxes in 1/4″ plywood with a wood veneer or other decorative elements.
Why Reface Your Existing Cabinets?
It doesn’t take many years before your kitchen can look a little outdated. Colors change, cabinet styles change, and
if your home was built more than 30 years ago, it’s likely that the cabinets are wood or plywood and the construction is decent quality. Unless you have the budget to replace them with semi-custom or custom wood cabinets, refacing your existing cabinets offers an affordable solution. In most cases, refacing is an excellent choice to replacing your kitchen cabinets. Not only will this save a lot of time and stress, but it will also save you about half the cost of new cabinetry.
Can All Cabinets be Refaced?
YES! Metal cabinets, old cabinets, even pressboard cabinets…all can be ReFaced.
Can I Make A Change To My Existing Cabinets If I Choose Refacing?
YES! We can add in a micro oven-hood and make room for a larger refrigerator or a new double oven. We can convert a double oven into a pantry. We even install beautiful new dovetail maple drawers in almost every kitchen. We can add roll out shelving, trash containers and all sorts of space saving conveniences.
Is This A Durable Solution?
All exterior cabinet surfaces are covered with 1/4″ plywood with a final layer of natural wood veneer. Refacing actually strengthens the existing cabinetry for years to come.
How Long Will I Be Without My Kitchen?
A full kitchen remodel could take as long as four to six weeks, but Scott’s Quality Kitchens can reface your kitchen cabinets in just under 2 weeks! Call us today for your FREE In-Home Estimate. 510-205-0441.