Cabinet refacing, sometimes called cabinet resurfacing, is a straightforward process. Instead of removing your existing cabinet boxes, we remove only the old doors and drawer fronts. We then cover/reface your existing cabinet boxes with ¼ solid wood, veneer, or thermofoil.

Once the cabinet boxes are refaced, we install the new doors and drawer fronts to complete your new look.

We offer other options, such as new drawer boxes and roll-out shelves.

Some of the Major Benefits of Refacing Kitchen Cabinets are:

  • Customers often save 50% to 60% on the cost compared to a complete kitchen tear-out.
  • The doors and drawer fronts are of superior quality when compared to builder-grade cabinets.
  • A typical installation for cabinet refacing usually takes 3-5 days. Most new kitchen remodels take weeks or even months to complete.
  • The customer experiences less mess and less aggravation. In most cases, you can still use your kitchen during the refacing process.
  • Less plumbing and electrical work are needed.
  • Customers also have the option to keep their existing countertops.
  • New cabinetry can be added if needed.

Cabinet refacing is recognized as a green option for kitchen remodeling. It is estimated that 90% of homeowners keep the same basic layout of their kitchens. This makes refacing a more eco-friendly option since less waste is being sent to landfills. In most cases, we can also modify your existing cabinets to allow for changes, such as upgrading to eco-friendly appliances.

A popular option with cabinet refacing is to replace a few or all of your upper cabinets. We can install new cabinets to create extra storage if you have a soffit or additional headroom above your existing cabinets. We can also remove the existing upper cabinets and replace them with new taller ones. With this option, we reface the base cabinets, which allows you to keep your existing countertop should you choose to. This option also allows you to save on any major plumbing, electrical, flooring, and backsplash issues that dramatically increase costs when replacing base cabinets. If you want to install some new appliances, we can install a few upper cabinets to make everything look right and fit correctly. At the end of the project, the brand new upper cabinets will match your newly refaced base cabinets. Some people also enjoy the look of different paints or stains on different kitchen sections, including islands. We can accommodate any color combination you may want.

The options for cabinet refacing are nearly endless! The selection of door styles, wood species, stain colors, glazing, crown molding, and hardware are just as varied as the options for new cabinets, which allows you to obtain the kitchen of your dreams for a lower price than full cabinet tear-out and replacement.