Kitchen Cabinet Refacing for Affordable Style
What is Cabinet Refacing? It’s the Kitchen Remodeling Solution You’ve Been Looking For.
Cabinet refacing involves applying a new, updated finish material to your existing cabinet boxes, and replacing your old, worn–out cabinet doors and drawers with brand-new, matching fronts. The result is a completely updated and cohesive kitchen design without the hassle and mess of regular remodeling. In most cases, your kitchen footprint will remain the same, but with Improveit you have the option of replacing cabinet boxes as needed, and adding cabinets for additional storage – even creating the kitchen island you’ve always wanted!
What are the Benefits of Cabinet Refacing?
The biggest benefits of cabinet refacing are the time, hassle, and money you save compared to typical kitchen remodeling projects.
Let’s take a closer look:
- Cabinet refacing costs about a quarter of what a typical full kitchen remodel costs, according to the 2023 Cost vs. Value report.
- Most cabinet refacing projects are completed in about 5 days, compared to regular remodeling, which can take three months or more.
- Those long kitchen remodels often leave you without a working kitchen for weeks or months at a time. With cabinet refacing, your appliances, sink, and faucet can remain in place with no loss of use.
- Cabinet refacing creates significantly less mess than a regular remodel, which kicks up dirt, dust, nails, and all kinds of other debris that finds its way throughout your house.
Extra Benefits of Cabinet Refacing with Improveit
In addition to a mess-free, stress-free kitchen update, when you choose Improveit for cabinet refacing you get extra benefits that other companies can’t offer:
How the Cabinet Refacing Process Works
Improveit’s skilled cabinet refacing team has a smooth, 4-step process that will have your kitchen looking brand new in no time!
- Remove Old Materials. The team hangs plastic sheeting to protect your living space from the work area. All cabinet doors and drawer fronts are removed and discarded. Your countertops will also be temporarily removed at this point.
- Prep the Surfaces. The existing cabinet frames are sanded and cleaned so they’re ready to receive the new laminate. If you choose to add cabinets to your kitchen, they’ll be installed during this step.
- Apply the Laminate. Several coats of adhesive are applied to the cabinets, followed by the new laminate material. Installers carefully cut out around the cabinet openings for a perfect finished edge.
- Install New Fronts & Accessories. All new door and drawer fronts, built specifically to fit your cabinets, are installed, along with pull-out shelving, crown molding, and other accessories. Your countertops will be reinstalled at this point.