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Cabinet Refinishing FAQ’s

Cabinet refinishing takes old cabinets and breathes new life into them. It includes sanding, painting, reinstalling so that your cabinets look like new.

Refinishing uses the same original doors and drawer faces, while refacing replaces the doors and drawer faces with new wood. We use 100% Maple doors made right in the USA.

If the cabinet has water damage, or the face frame is broken or separating from the sides, it may be better to replace or reface. We will cover these options during your consultation. But it is typically less time, money and mess to refinish vs. replacing.

Refinishing projects are normally completed in about a week. This is considerably less time and money invested in a remodel.

Color and design choices are practically infinite. If you can dream it, we can do it.

Absolutely, a distressed look gives furniture an aged appearance, often achieved through techniques like sanding or applying antique glaze.

The lifespan of refaced cabinets can vary based on factors like usage and maintenance, but they last as long as new cabinets if properly cared for.

Absolutely, this is a great opportunity to step up your cabinet game in both form and function!

Cabinet refinishing and refacing are more environmentally friendly options because they reduce waste, conserve resources, save energy, and have a smaller carbon footprint compared to replacing cabinets.


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