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HOW IT WORKS

Why reface instead of replace? Well, refacing saves existing structure of kitchen cabinets while saving money and time. ( why spend more when you don't have to?)  When refacing kitchen cabinets, upper and lower cabinet boxes stay in position. All of the cabinet doors, drawer boxes, drawer fronts, and moldings are removed. For most jobs all of the original finish (on the face of cabinets) will be sanded, glued and either stained or laminated. Then the laminate will be routed and filed. Moldings will be put back up due to customer wants and needs. Moldings for every job include toe kick, shoe mold ( 1/2 pre-finished quarter round) , scribe or crown molding. And later we hang doors made with either wood or thermo-foil (RTF) ( there are hundreds of versions that satisfy style, color and finish preferences.) Installing and providing  hardware is also included with every job. Every single kitchen is different and a free estimate would be the best way to meet our team and get started on your project. Please give us a call at 5139084656 to set up an appointment. 

 
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