Cabinet Refacing or “Resurfacing”

Wanting to remodel? If you are satisfied with the general layout of your kitchen cabinets, or any cabinets in your space, but need an update, why not try refacing or better known as “resurfacing”. In this process, a ¼” solid wood is glued and nailed to the front of your cabinets, i.e. the face frames. Then, ¼” plywood is attached to the sides of the cabinet boxes, with no visible fasteners on the outside. You definitely want no less than ¼” material because it will not peel or break like thin veneers. An all new, custom cabinet door of your choice is then added.

There are many different looks to choose from, with a vast range of styles and colors. Things like raised panel doors, flat panel, arched, cathedral, shaker styles, different wood species, different stains, inside amenities, and unique hardware are all available. The average kitchen resurfacing project usually costs 30 to 60% less than total kitchen tear out, and takes about a week to complete! Your custom kitchen or bath will be beautiful, long lasting, and done right! You will save time and money with resurfacing.