Kitchen Cabinet Refinishing & Refacing
Are your kitchen cabinets looking a little drab?
Upgrade your kitchen without breaking the bank.
We specialize in kitchen cabinet refinishing and refacing in the Charleston, SC area. You don’t need to take out a loan or spend weeks waiting for deliveries! Our experienced carpenters will transform your current cabinets into something new and modern quickly.
Imagine how much better it would feel coming home to an updated kitchen with little effort. And no one else needs to know how affordable it was! Enjoying beautiful cabinetry without busting the budget – that’s what we do best.
Pick up the phone now and call (843) 997-5418 and speak directly with a specialist in Mt. Pleasant who can answer all of your questions about our services. Start transforming your kitchen today!
What is the difference? Refinishing VS refacing
Cabinet refinishing and refacing are two popular options for updating your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Refinishing is the process of stripping away the old finish and applying a new one, while refacing involves replacing the cabinet doors and drawer fronts with new materials.
Refinishing is a less expensive option than refacing, and it can be a good choice if your cabinets are in good structural condition but simply need a new look. The process of refinishing typically involves the following steps:
- Stripping the old finish. This can be done using a chemical stripper or a sanding machine.
- Cleaning the cabinets. Once the old finish is removed, the cabinets need to be cleaned thoroughly to remove any residue.
- Applying the new finish. This can be done using a paint, stain, or varnish.
- Sealing the finish. Once the new finish is applied, it needs to be sealed to protect it from moisture and scratches.
Refacing is a more expensive option than refinishing, but it can be a good choice if your cabinets are in poor condition or if you want a dramatic change in the look of your kitchen or bathroom. The process of refacing typically involves the following steps:
- Removing the old cabinet doors and drawer fronts.
- Installing new cabinet doors and drawer fronts.
- Touching up any areas that need it.
- Installing new hardware.
Which option is right for you?
The best option for you will depend on your budget and your desired outcome. If you’re on a tight budget and your cabinets are in good structural condition, refinishing may be your best option. If you’re willing to spend more money and want a dramatic change in the look of your room, refacing may be the best option. We also build custom kitchen and bathroom cabinets if neither option works for you.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and get a free estimate for your cabinet refinishing or refacing project.
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