There are many options for homeowners for updating their kitchen; from a major renovation to the much less time-consuming process of cabinet refacing.
Cabinet refacing is an alternative to the rising costs of new cabinets which can save customers time as well as money.
An updated kitchen can change the look of your entire house, and there are many things you can do to update your kitchen cabinets. They can be refaced in only three to five days, giving your kitchen a complete facelift, or you can merely transform the color or door style without changing the countertops or flooring at all.
These days homeowners are choosing kitchen cabinet refacing because it is less costly than a complete renovation. If the cabinets in a home are in good shape, the homeowner can keep the same ones. With minimal work, the kitchen can look completely different and brand new, and the consumer is able to use their kitchen each day rather than being inconvenienced for several months.
The current kitchen cabinets are measured for new custom doors, drawers and accessories. The next step is removal of the doors, drawers and accessories. The entire cabinet is then refaced in the new durable wood veneer that the customer has picked out. Then the doors, drawers, hardware and accessories are replaced. The last step is cleanup and inspection.
Taking an older kitchen and giving it a facelift in three to five days, gives the kitchen a completely new look.
For more information on cabinet refacing, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.
UT San Diego