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Three Tips for Kitchen Cabinet Refacingby Joe Cooper
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Kitchen cabinets often take up the most space in a kitchen, and therefore can be its most defining element. When they're ready to be spruced up, cabinet refacing will save you money and maximize the resources of your current cabinets. Hire a contractor to do the job right, and enjoy the benefits of a kitchen makeover without the costs of a full remodel.
New kitchen cabinets can easily take up over half of a kitchen remodeling budget. Refacing allows homeowners to do more with their money, as cabinet refacing costs are less than half the cost of new kitchen cabinets.
No options are lost, however; kitchen cabinet refacing comes with nearly as many options for doors, drawers, hardware, finishes, and paint as new kitchen cabinets. Refacing can successfully remove the stress from a kitchen remodeling budget and provide an all-new look to a kitchen.
Three Tips for a Refacing ProjectHere are three tips for your kitchen cabinet refacing project:
A kitchen cabinet refacing project takes less than half the time of a new cabinet installation, too. Within one to two, weeks you should be enjoying your functional, face-lifted kitchen.
About the Author
Joe Cooper writes home services and design articles and edits medical literature. He holds a bachelors in American Literature from UCLA.