Kitchen Cabinet Remodeling - Ideas and Estimates
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The Kitchen Question: Repaint, Reface, or Buy New?by Joe Cooper
Kitchens and Cabinets Columnist
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When it comes to kitchen cabinets, repainting, refacing, and installing new kitchen cabinets are three popular options. Read on for a comparison of these three remodeling choices, and what kitchen cabinet refacing has to offer.
A successful kitchen remodel will improve the look of your kitchen at a comfortable cost and a livable timeline. New kitchen cabinets offer the most dramatic change, but installation can be costly and time-intensive. Repainting offers the quickest, most affordable option, but doesn't significantly improve the look. Kitchen cabinet refacing offers a happy medium: an updated look that doesn't break the bank.
Repainting Kitchen Cabinets
Installing New Kitchen Cabinets
It's no wonder kitchen cabinet refacing is gaining in popularity. For an updated look at a reasonable price and timeline, refacing offers an ideal alternative to buying new cabinets.
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.