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Kitchen Cabinet Remodeling - Ideas and Estimates

A More Functional Kitchen through Cabinet Refacing

by Joe Cooper
KitchensAndCabinets.com Columnist

Kitchen cabinet refacing is not only about the outside of your cabinets, but also the inside. Hiring a cabinet refacing company to reface your cabinets comes with the option to add on extras, such as unique storage solutions for your kitchen.

According to the November issue of Remodeling magazine, a full-scale custom kitchen remodeling, complete with flooring, lighting, cabinets, and more, can cost more than $50,000. Why spend so much remodeling your kitchen if your cabinets are in good shape?


According to some remodeling experts, adding more storage to a kitchen is one of the biggest trends in kitchen remodeling. You don't have to spend tens of thousands to add more storage to your kitchen. You can do it through a kitchen cabinet refacing project.

Kitchen cabinet refacing is an affordable alternative to a kitchen remodel. Most refacing projects cost between $2,000 and $10,000 depending on your cabinets and the size of your kitchen.

Hiring a Service for Cabinet Refacing

By hiring a cabinet refacing company to reface your kitchen cabinets, you will have access to a variety of options and extras. A company or service can provide options for new hardware, cabinet door styles, finishing options, and even storage options.

A kitchen cabinet refacing company can also give you more options inside your cabinets. Maybe a higher cabinet could use a lazy Susan. Maybe you'd like a waste basket pullout under the sink. Maybe some shelves on an interior cabinet door would be useful. Hiring a kitchen cabinet refacing company will give you the ability to increase your kitchen's storage capacity as well as improve its appearance.

Through kitchen cabinet refacing, you can transform the outside of your kitchen cabinets at less than half the cost and make your kitchen more functional all at once.

About the Author
Joe Cooper writes home services and design articles and edits medical literature. He holds a bachelor's in American Literature from UCLA.