In a new construction setting, the imagination is the only limiting factor in the ultimate design and function of your space. In a remodel, however, there are often a plethora of limitations. Do you want to move your plumbing? What about electrical? Are you really ready for a new design, and the ensuing headaches that will inevitably arise when deconstructing your current kitchen?
Perhaps you just want to refresh the look of a kitchen that is functional within the space, but is beginning to show its age. If you love the layout of your kitchen but can't bear to look at the cabinets for one more day, then re-facing may be the option for you. Cabinet re-facing is a great option when it comes to upgrading the appearance of your kitchen, without going through the disruption of a full-blown kitchen renovation!
While a full kitchen remodel can take weeks, a kitchen reface can be done in as little as 2-5 days depending on the kitchen size and complexity. This option provides the opportunity to create a fresh, new space, without the inconvenience of doing the dishes in your bathtub and having to order pizza for the duration of your remodel!
The process of refacing is relatively simple. Instead of removing your existing frames that make up your current cabinets, we simply remove the doors and drawer fronts, re-skin your cabinet frames with pre-finished real wood veneer or thermofoil laminate, and then install new real wood or thermofoil doors and drawer fronts that are available in the latest trends, styles, colors and finishes. We can also replace the drawer boxes and slides and/or add roll-out shelves. Start to finish, the process involves less mess, less headache, and less down time for you and your family!
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-Modify (shorten) the cabinet above the microwave so there's more clearance between the cooktop and the microwave.
-Reface the cabinets with door style: JOPLIN, wood species: Maple and finish color: Auburn.
Project Details: -Convert several base cabinet doors to deep cabinet drawers. -Reface cabinets with door style: FRIENDSHIP/S237, wood species: CHERRY and finish color: DARK HONEY.
-Modify the oven cabinet to accommodate a new steam oven and a new convection/microwave oven.
-Install a new blind corner pull-out unit.
-Install 1 new base cabinet and 1 new upper cabinet to accommodate a new wider/taller refridgerator.
-Convert several base cabinet doors to deep cabinet drawers.
-Reface cabinets with door style: FRIENDSHIP/S237, wood species: CHERRY and finish color: DARK HONEY.
-Reface cabinets with wood species: MAPLE, door style: BREAKERS/S237 and finish color: ENGLISH OAK.