Over time, worn out cabinets drag down the overall look of your kitchen. Cabinet refacing allows you to give your kitchen the look of brand new custom cabinets at only a fraction of the time and cost.
Cabinet refacing is a kitchen facelift
Refacing also offers a more attractive and permanent solution to your cabinet problems compared to refinishing or painting. Here’s how cabinet refacing works: First, cabinet doors and drawers are removed and discarded. Solid wood cabinet doors and drawer fronts as well as plywood drawer boxes are created. Custom-fit wood “skins” for your cabinet frames matching your new cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Finally, custom doors and drawers are installed.
Jeff Roberts from TriFection shows how refacing kitchen cabinets can make your kitchen look alive again while saving you the time, money, and hassle of installing brand new ones.