We are often asked about the difference between cabinet refacing and cabinet replacing. Unfortunately, many homeowners are misled into thinking they need all brand-new cabinets (replacing) even though they really don’t. If you are currently happy with the layout of your kitchen and are just looking for an overall update in style and/or functionality, refacing will be the best solution.
Cabinet refacing is all about removing the existing doors, drawer faces, and if needed the complete drawer boxes, and installing new ones in the color or stain of your choice. Then, a matching wood veneer will cover all exposed parts of the existing cabinet frame, and all moldings such as crown molding, shoe moldings, and other trim pieces selected will be matched.
In addition to refacing your cabinets, our company specializes in custom offerings to meet your specific kitchen style and needs accordingly. Some popular additions include: