Kitchen Cabinet Remodeling - Ideas and Estimates
Use Affordable Professionals to Help Reface Your Kitchen Cabinetsby Miriam Kasdan
Revitalizing and refacing your kitchen cabinets can give this busy room a whole new look. Unless you have extensive remodeling experience, it pays to look into professional kitchen cabinet refacing. A kitchen cabinet refacing professional can help you at any stage of your kitchen remodeling project, from design to completion of new cabinet exteriors.
Professional ServicesProfessionals offer fast and easy kitchen cabinet refacing. They'll use the existing layout and remove and discard old cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and hardware. They can even add new countertops and build new cabinets to go along with the newly refaced kitchen cabinets. Your contractor will cover the exposed faces of the frames and install door panels. Then new doors, drawer fronts, and moldings will be added, and finally, new hardware installed.
Major retailers offer hundreds of kitchen cabinet styles, plus wood grain and hardware, to complement your kitchen's new look. If your old cabinets are dark wood, try changing to a lighter shade. This could not only brighten up the entire kitchen, but also make it look bigger. Also, now may be the time to add new curtains and other decorative accessories to complement the newly refaced cabinets.
Refacing is a Good IdeaA few other reasons why refacing your kitchen cabinets is a good idea:
There's a wide variety of kitchen cabinet door styles, hinges, handles, drawers, and exterior finishes from which to choose, and a professional can help you figure out what is best for your home. Visitors may think you remodeled the entire kitchen, but you'll know the less expensive truth.
About the Author
Miriam Kasdan has been writing and editing marketing and technical materials for almost 20 years, and specializes in home improvement features.