How Much Does Refacing Kitchen Cabinets Cost?
If you're looking for an affordable way to give your kitchen an up-to-date look, refacing your kitchen cabinets is the way to go. Refacing existing cabinets generally costs about half of what getting all new custom cabinets would, plus it can usually be done in a much shorter period of time.
If you are happy with the way your kitchen is laid out currently, but tired of its worn or out of date appearance, you may want to consider cabinet refacing.
But not all refacing jobs are equal. Kitchen Magic removes your existing doors and drawers, and reinforces your cabinet frames with our exclusive double lamination process. Thin wood substrate is first bonded to the visible cabinet surface before they are covered with the final layer of laminate or natural wood refacing materials, thus ensuring a permanent solution.
You receive all new doors and drawers, as well as the hardware. If you need additional storage space or if one of your original cabinets is damaged, Kitchen Magic can create a matching custom cabinet to blend with your refaced cabinets to provide a coordinated look.
Cabinet refacing will conserve the most precious resource of all--your money! Refacing is a second-to-none money saving option for your kitchen remodeling project. By preserving your existing cabinetry, you can save enough to truly create the kitchen you've been envisioning. Upgrade to a new luxury countertop. Add some storage accessories or decorative moldings. Go ahead..build in all of those bells and whistles you might have otherwise forgone due to budget concerns.
Plus, you'll feel great every time you walk into your newly refaced kitchen knowing that cabinet refacing is environmentally responsible. Cabinet refacing costs less and uses fewer resources. This eco-friendly, affordable alternative for remodeling your kitchen will keep your perfectly good cabinets out of the landfill.
Find out how affordable refacing your kitchen can be! Call us today at 1-855-5REFACE to schedule an hour of FREE expert advice. You'll be glad you did.