If your kitchen or bathroom cabinets look dated and new cabinetry isn’t in the budget, don’t worry. Not every kitchen remodeling project calls for all new kitchen cabinets. In fact, if you’re pleased with the general layout of your kitchen and all you need is an update, you can save a lot of money by either refinishing or refacing cabinets.
According to HGTV.com, new cabinets can take up nearly 50% of a homeowner’s total budget for a kitchen renovation. If your kitchen does not need to be totally renovated in order to be functional, why spend the money on new cabinets? Before you decide on a major overhaul, check out other options to see what will work best for your kitchen and your budget. Those options include cabinet refacing or cabinet refinishing.
Kitchen renovations can be a stressful and time consuming endeavor. It also takes quite a commitment, not only financially, but also mentally. The kitchen is not just the heart of your home, it is absolutely necessary no matter how much or how little you cook. Can you go without a stove, sink, dishwasher, place for your coffee pot for months?
When refacing cabinets the time spent in your kitchen is no more than 4 days. If you have a family, you know that four days can pass very easily and quickly and in no time, you will be in your kitchen that has a whole new look and feel.
We can recondition, reface or replace any woodwork in your kitchen. A few simple changes can make your kitchen look like new! With a wide range of finishes your kitchen will be more stylish and functional. Contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.