Rather than buy new kitchen cabinets, cabinet refacing recycles your existing cabinets. This saves on energy, resources, waste and space in landfills. This is considered a green remodeling option for the environmentally conscious.
When you consider kitchen remodeling, most homeowners actually like and want to keep the existing layout. They just want a renewed and updated look. Why not, if your if your existing kitchen is well-designed, well-built and functional. In fact, in kitchen cabinet refacing the cabinet doors are completely new, so what your friends, guests, and family will see will be entirely new.
Also known as cabinet resurfacing, cabinet refacing lets you keep your kitchen intact through the remodeling process. Refacing saves you time, mess and stress, and it costs about half as much as replacing the kitchen cabinets for all new. If you need more cabinet space, you can still choose cabinet refacing because you can also add matching cabinetry. Refacing cabinets is a "green" remodeling alternative. If your kitchen layout is perfect the way it is, there is no need to replace your cabinets, sending the old ones to a landfill.
If you are looking for an eco-friendly alternative to remodeling your kitchen, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.