Kitchens: Cabinets &
Our most economical way of brightening and renewing your kitchen cabinets is to resurface them. When we resurface kitchen cabinets we spray a two-part urethane coating over them. Most kitchens take less than one week. We start by removing all doors and hardware, then clean and sand the cabinets. We carefully mask off all areas not to be resurfaced and then we primer the cabinets. Finally, we top coat the cabinets with our exclusive two part urethane coating.
This coating is a solid (non translucent) color. It gives the cabinets a “painted” or “lacquered” look. But it is better because paint and lacquer tend to yellow and chips easily, our two-part urethane does not. When we resurface your cabinets, all options are possible. We can re-use your existing hardware or replace it; we can reuse your existing doors or replace them; we can resurface your cabinets in any color or a combination of more than one color. Your imagination is the limit.
Cabinet refacing is the process of replacing cabinet doors and relaminating the face and end panels with a matching material. This process makes old cabinets with solid frames look like new. Cabinets can be refaced to look like any new cabinet style. We have lower priced options which include: Rigid Thermoil Foil Doors that are raised panel Appalachian Oak, Natural Maple, and many more.
Or for slightly more solid wood doors such as flat panel oak stained in the color of your choice. We can reface your cabinets in any custom or high end finish you can imagine for less time, money and mess than brand new. Finishes such as natural cherry w/a chocolate glaze or pickled raised panel maple or many more!
Cabinets of superior quality can be refinished in order to revitalize the appearance or change the color. If the doors, cabinets and panels are all solid wood (not a wood veneer) often refinishing is the best option.
If you like the style of your door, sometimes it is practical to refinish it. The door can either be stripped and stained back to it’s original color or changed if you want a different look.
We sell high quality reasonably priced semi-custom cabinets. A semi-custom cabinet is a high quality cabinet at a stock cabinet price that has some custom options available at a reasonable up-charge.
We will come to your house and measure the space you have to work with and help you design a whole new kitchen or add a couple of cabinets to enhance what you already have.
Resurfacing is the most economical and is a good choice if your existing countertop is laminate and in good condition but needs a cosmetic uplift. Our two part urethane coating is actually applied directly over the existing laminate in a finish. This process repairs and conceals any scratches, burns chips, or outdated colors. Resurfacing usually costs about half as much as replacing with a new laminate countertop.
Relaminating can only be done to your existing square edged countertops and is the process of applying a new laminate directly over your existing. This process uses the same adhesive that is used in manufacturing new countertops.
Replacing countertops can be done in many different materials and style. We commonly provide and install new laminate, Granite, or Solid Surface countertops. Laminate is the traditional material and is the least expensive option for replacing. However, it may burn, chip, or scratch. It comes in hundreds of color and pattern combinations. Granite is usually more expensive but harder and more durable but can stain if not properly maintained. Solid Surface is typically the most expensive but is more durable and can be repaired if it is scratched or burned and will not permanently stain. We carry several different brands of solid surface to accommodate your budget and style.