If you want to change the look of your outdated kitchen but you aren’t ready for a full kitchen remodel, cabinet refacing may be just right for your space. With cabinet refacing, you are essentially giving your kitchen a facelift. Wood-on-wood veneers are applied to cabinet frames while door and drawer fronts are completely replaced with new wood. New hardware completes the look and gives your kitchen a like-new feel. Here are some signs that this service is the right choice for your kitchen.
You want a fresh look without a full remodel.
With cabinet refacing, you can dramatically transform the look of your kitchen, but you don’t have to invest in a full remodel. This is perfect for busy families, as the renovation work will only take a few days to complete. Plus, your updated cabinets will function better with modern Euro hinges and new drawer glides.
You are happy with your basic kitchen layout.
If you are generally happy with the layout of the kitchen and simply want to update the finish, cabinet refacing is a great option. You can alter some design elements of your cabinets and upgrade appliances for a more complete new look, but overall the layout of your kitchen will remain the same.
You are working on a restricted budget.
One of the things homeowners love most about cabinet refacing is the cost. Since less construction is required than installing new cabinetry and the work only takes a few days to complete, cabinet refacing is a budget-friendly option. It may be ideal if you are looking for kitchen renovations with a high return on investment when you sell your home.
At Southwest Kitchen and Bath, we offer a wide range of kitchen remodeling services, including cabinet refacing. To see how we can transform your kitchen, call us for a consultation at (520) 531-9187.