What is cabinet refacing?
Cabinet refacing involves replacing the doors and drawer fronts on your current cabinets without having to remove them or the countertops and appliances.
Is cabinet refacing cheaper than new cabinets?
Yes and no. If you compare the cost of refacing to just the cost of new stock cabinets the cost is close. But with new cabinets you also need new countertops, sink, faucet and have to pay for demo and other costs. That is not necessary with cabinet refacing so the overall cost can be 40% less than new cabinets.
ADVANTAGES OF CABINET REFACING
Cabinet refacing is a great option if you want to keep your current countertops, sink and appliances and don’t need to change the layout of your kitchen.
Because you don’t need to remove your countertops or appliance cabinet refacing can be less expensive
Your existing cabinets are left in place saving all that material from going to the landfill. All of our finishes are water based and low V.O.C.
IT’S QUICK AND CLEAN
Most kitchens are completed in under 5 days. Cabinets do not have to be removed so there is less mess and less disruption of your day to day routine. You can continue to use your kitchen throughout the project. If you’ve installed stone or other high value counter tops we can reface your cabinets without having to remove or replace them.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR KITCHEN
Cabinet refacing still offers a number of ways to modify and improve your kitchen cabinets. You can add cabinet drawers, upgrade your current drawer boxes, add glass door and more.
What does it Cost?
A typical kitchen cabinet refacing will cost between $12,000 and $15,000 but can cost more if a lot of custom options are selected. Cabinet refacing typically costs about 30% less than traditional cabinet replacement.
Want even more information on Cabinet Refacing?
We have a separate website dedicated to our cabinet refacing service. You’ll find our refacing project gallery, installation videos and more at mcmanuscabinetrefacing.com