What Is Cabinet Refacing?
Cabinet refacing is the process of removing doors and drawer fronts and applying a new veneer over the existing hard structure of your cabinets. Unlike a full cabinet remodel, it leaves the original structure of the cabinet box intact. Other parts like the hinges, handles, and drawer pulls can be reused if they are in good condition. Or, if you want a completely new look, you can replace them too.
Can All Cabinets Be Refaced?
Cabinets, where the hard structure has suffered water damage or is not in good condition are not good candidates for cabinet refacing. However, suppose you have cabinets that have been damaged and need to be replaced. In that case, Cabinet Reface Direct also offers cabinet replacement services. We are fully stocked and can manufacture new cabinets in as little as four weeks!
What Materials Do You Use To Reface the Cabinets?
Cabinet Reface Direct works with only the best materials manufactured in New York State. We use high-quality veneer, and since we are a manufacturer direct business, our services, including any veneer you choose, are budget-friendly.
How Long Does It Take To Reface Cabinets?
Many companies reface cabinets in an average of four to six days. But Cabinet Reface Direct has the fastest turnaround times and can reface your cabinets in less than three days!
How Much Does It Cost?
The cost of refacing kitchen or bathroom cabinets varies depending on the number of cabinets. Changing the hinges, handles, and drawer pulls will also affect the price. For a comprehensive in-home estimate, fill out the form in the contact us section or call us today.
Can I Use My Kitchen While the Cabinets Are Being Refaced?
Yes! Your kitchen will remain fully functional while we reface your cabinets.