How Does Cabinet Refacing Work?
If you’re searching for ways to update your kitchen that aren’t as pricey or time-intensive as a traditional renovation, you may have come across kitchen cabinet refacing. This type of project is a cost-effective solution to a full cabinet replacement, but how exactly does it work? The kitchen cabinet refacing specialists at Total Kitchen Makeover have the answer.
The Details of a Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Project
While a kitchen cabinet replacement involves the total removal of your cabinets, kitchen cabinet refacing leaves the integral cabinet boxes intact while only the external elements are removed and replaced. Here’s what it looks like:
- The cabinet doors, drawer fronts, drawer boxes, and hardware are all removed.
- A durable hardwood or rigid thermofoil veneer is applied to the existing cabinet boxes.
- Custom-crafted components—including the doors, drawer fronts, drawer boxes, soft-close hinges, and soft-close drawer glides—are installed along with your choice of hardware.
The results of a kitchen cabinet refacing project rival that of a replacement, making it the perfect cost-effective alternative. It’s the ideal option if your current cabinet boxes aren’t majorly damaged or rotted, but your kitchen could still use an overall upgrade that lasts for many years to come.
The Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Company to Trust
Of course, the quality of a kitchen cabinet refacing project depends on the quality of the company you trust to complete it. For the best results, there’s no better company to trust than Total Kitchen Makeover. Based in Albuquerque, we proudly offer our top-notch renovation solutions to homeowners in New Mexico, southern Colorado, and El Paso, Texas. For more information on how kitchen cabinet refacing works, what makes it one of the best ways to update your kitchen, and to discuss the possibilities for your home, contact us today.