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Cabinet Refacing for an Easy Kitchen Facelift

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Does your kitchen look dated? If so, you may not need an entire kitchen renovation. You may just need some updating. If you like the layout of your kitchen, but you just want a facelift, consider kitchen cabinet refacing.  If your kitchen is in dire need of a facelift, there is no better way to quickly and easily give it an updated more modern look than by refacing your cabinets.

You kitchen cabinets are the centerpiece of your kitchen.  You could go with custom cabinets, if you want to spend tens of thousands. Or you can achieve a similar look with kitchen cabinet refacing for a fraction of the cost and in a fraction of the time.

What style you are looking to create? You can choose modern, contemporary, traditional, or anything in between. If you want a really new look, you can even upgrade some of your traditional wood cabinets to glass door wall cabinets for a visual appeal. Cabinets and countertops are major design elements, and can be costly to replace completely. It’s easier and less costly to refresh cabinets with cabinet refacing. Swapping out old, dated hardware for newer more modern styles is also a simple, low-cost way to give cabinets a facelift.

With cabinet refacing you can even take advantage of the trend of combining contrasting colors. Combining colors and textures creates visual interest and can make your kitchen look custom. If you feel bold, when refacing kitchen cabinets, try adding some color by varying cabinetry finishes.
For more information or ideas on kitchen cabinet refacing, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Replace or Reface the Cabinets?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Of all the equipment in your kitchen, the cabinets are the most distinct. They take up the most space in your kitchen and are generally what you really see first. If you want a kitchen makeover, the cabinets are a good place to start. But do you replace them or reface them?

Basically this comes down to budget and patience.  If you have little of both, cabinet refacing may be the best option. Cabinet refacing is a more economical way of renovating your kitchen. It is an easier, less time consuming process that costs far less than brand new cabinets.  Many homeowners are opting to remain in their homes and update them.  Cabinet refacing is a great way to help you feel like your kitchen is brand new.
With kitchen cabinet refacing, you can get a whole new look. Choose from a wide variety of cabinet finishes, antique to sleek and modern. This is a great option for those who want to change the look and feel of their kitchen without changing its layout.

Updating your cabinets is a very effective way of changing and updating your kitchen. Before you spend too much money on new cabinets, remember that cabinet refacing has many benefits. It is more cost effective than replacing, the installation takes just a few days, and your kitchen will have a totally new look. If your cabinets are in good condition, cabinet refacing may be the right choice. And just think, after your kitchen remodeling project is over, you’ll have money left over to do the bath!
For more information on kitchen cabinet refacing, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Save Money with Cabinet Refacing

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 20, 2013

When remodeling the kitchen,  new cabinets are the majority of the cost. In fact, the cost of new cabinets is usually what puts kitchen remodeling out of reach.
No longer. You can save money by using your old cabinets. Kitchen cabinet refacing can give you a brand new kitchen at a portion of the cost and in just a few days.  You can significantly cut the cost down on your kitchen project by using your existing cabinets. No matter what style you are looking for, cabinet refacing can change the entire look and feel of your kitchen, making it look brand new.

Cabinet refacing is a great way to get the look and feel in your kitchen that you want, in less time and for less money. Contact Cabinet Refinishing by Kenneth C. Lewis.  

Mini Kitchen Remodels

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Do you cringe at the very thought of how much money you could potentially shell out for an entire kitchen remodel project?

According to a Remodeling magazine survey, the average price of a major kitchen remodel is estimated to cost more than $67,000-with a resale value of just over $50,000. And you can underestimate the makeover's cost by as much as 40% percent.

A newest trend in home remodeling is the mini-remodel keeping the focus on separate updates one at a time rather than doing everything at once. So, instead of gutting your entire kitchen and starting from scratch, consider the smaller projects that can breathe new life into this space without breaking the bank-or your spirit.


This is arguably your home's most used plumbing fixture and a simple update can yield wonders for the entire kitchen. A pullout faucet simplifies prep and cleanup, hot and cold dispensers provide instantaneous water and a bar faucet provides an additional option.


Refacing Cabinets - Cabinet refacing is cheaper than all new cabinets. Kitchen cabinet refacing involves the replacement of the door and drawer fronts (with new) plus installing a veneer of new wood over the existing cabinets. This is usually done with your existing countertops in place if they are in good shape.

For something of a bit higher quality - Reface your cabinets without using veneers. You can get a brand-new kitchen in an affordable price,  by replacing cabinet doors and drawers that are custom-built with soft close slides and high-end quality lacquer finish moldings.


An updated light or lighting system can change the way you look at things in your kitchen-literally.

From an ENERGY STAR-rated ceiling fixture and track lighting to a mini chandelier or pendant lighting over the kitchen table, never underestimate the power of proper lighting anywhere in your home-particularly in the kitchen.

The kitchen remodel doesn't have to be as daunting an event as it sounds. Even a small update can work wonders for your home's favorite meeting place and most popular room.

For more information on a mini-remodel, contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C Lewis.

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Kitchen Remodeling Done in 4 Days or Less

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 23, 2013

There is a way to remodel your kitchen without spending far too much money:  kitchen cabinet refacing. Kenneth C. Lewis can add new doors to your kitchen cabinets and change all the cabinet hardware.

The effect is beautiful, but the cost savings is dramatic. You can get a new look and feel in your kitchen at least 1/3 of the cost in just 2-4 days.

But, chances are, if your cabinets are outdated, your countertops are too. That can add a pretty penny to the budget's bottom line. But not if you use Cabinet Refinishing by Kenneth c. Lewis.

If we do your kitchen cabinets for you, we will provide your granite, cambria or soapstone countertops at wholesale price. Your kitchen remodel will involve custom made doors and drawer fronts, custom molding, dovetail drawer boxes with easy close slides and we will move the hinges from the outside to the inside. Plus, new countertops at wholesale pricing.

What's stopping you from starting your kitchen remodeling project now? Contact Cabinet Refinishing by Kenneth C. Lewis.

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