Let us provide the answers to your questions
when it comes to kitchen remodeling and cabinet refacing:
Can my existing cabinets be refaced?
It is best to have a refacing professional make an inspection of your cabinets. If they
qualify, you can save quite a bit of money and time over the long term for
your new kitchen.
What is the cost?
Recent surveys shows that the average cost for a
new kitchen was around 15% of the home's value. It's recommended by National
associations that if you are considering a new kitchen, spend no more than
10% of the total value of your home to obtain the maximum return on
investment when and if you decide to sell your house in the future.
What is the cost of cabinet refacing?
Depending on the extras that you
may want to add, such as special countertops and extra cabinetry, you can
expect to save as much as 50% over a new kitchen.
How long does it take to install a new kitchen?
It depends on how much
new construction needs to be done, as well as the type of cabinets ordered,
factory delivery dates, the average start to finish with a professional
designer is four to six months. Compare this to the average of three to five
days for cabinet refacing.
How can refacing take only 3 to 5 days?
Our plan is simple! The basic
cabinet box and layout is already in place. When custom sized doors and
drawer fronts along with the surfacing material arrives, all that is needed to
do is to resurface your existing cabinets and install the new doors and
Why don't other major retailers or kitchen designers offer cabinet refacing?
This one is easy! The larger the sale, the more money they make! They want to
sell you everything new, cabinets, countertops, flooring, wallpaper,
painting, lighting, etc. Plus profit on the complete installation.