Sunday, August 5, 2018

Replacement kitchen cabinet doors

Replacement kitchen cabinet doors

 Refinish Kitchen Cabinets

Often your cabinets were built to stand the test of time. Replacement kitchen cabinet doors that are already in place is much less invasive. You don’t necessarily have to replace your countertop, backsplash, or flooring. You also won’t have to repair the damage that commonly occurs when removing the existing cabinets.

 The national average of cabinets purchased for a mid-sized kitchen in the United States last year was $22,000. At Reface Kitchen Cabinets, we will help you to create the kitchen of your dreams.

Quality Assurance

If you go with a big box store the price of the cabinets may be less cost upfront, but the quality of cabinet is typically cheap, light-weight, and weak.  The satisfaction guarantee is rarely there and the quality of installation is often poor.  The cost for remodeling a kitchen can vary for many reasons.  The choice of door style, wood, and finish can impact the cost.  The more elaborate the door style, the more it costs to make.  Oak and Hickory are less costly than Maple or Cherry.  Paints and glazes are more work, so they cost more than a standard stain.  Adding accessories like spice inserts, recycling bins, and other “extras” will also add to the overall cost of replacement kitchen cabinet doors.

Reface Vs. Replacement

When replacement kitchen cabinet  there is often the need for drywall repair, plumbing alterations, changes to electric and flooring. Not true with refacing. When replacing there often needs to alterations to plumbing and electrical, while most of the time the floor needs to be replaced.  You will also have to replace your existing countertop.  Replacing is also much more time-consuming. When replacement kitchen cabinet doors, there are usually many individuals involved in the process: designers, contractors, electricians, plumbers, installers, etc.

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