Potential cost savings is the most popular reason but there are many other advantages to refacing that are not as apparent. The Kitchen Solvers refacing process often makes the existing cabinets look better than most stock or semi-custom cabinets simply due to the fact that we cover many of the seams where cabinets are joined, or ganged, together. Furthermore, our doors and drawer fronts are custom-made solid wood and coated with a 7-stage factory finishing process. Doors and drawer fronts are also available in thermofoil; a stylish highly durable material that looks like new for years. At Kitchen Solvers we also offer a wide array of styles, stain colors, and wood species to match most any décor. With cabinet refacing you won’t have the disruption and inconvenience that comes with replacing your cabinets. Because your cabinet framework is not torn out, your kitchen remains functional so there’s no need to dine out every night during installation. There’s less mess and dust too since most all of the actual cutting is done off-site or outdoors. Finally, if you’re considering a new countertop but it’s not quite in your budget, you can still reface and purchase your countertop later. Cabinet refacing makes it very simple to add a countertop when the time is right for you.
Kitchen Solvers offers three convenient and very competitive financing options. For more information about our financing program contact your local Kitchen Solvers franchise outlet.
36% of fires occur in the kitchen, followed by 16% in the bedroom.
Conduct an inventory of damaged property and items. Do not throw away any damaged goods until after an inventory is made. Begin saving receipts for any money you spend related to fire loss. The receipts may be needed later by the insurance company and for verifying losses claimed on income tax.
Cabinet refacing provides homeowners with an affordable alternative to tearing out your existing cabinets and replacing with new. With cabinet refacing your existing cabinets stay in place so the cost savings can be substantial. If existing cabinets are not being moved or new cabinets added, you may also avoid extra costs affiliated with flooring, electrical work, and plumbing.