Saving Money with Cabinet Refacing

New kitchen doors, refacing cabinets

Kitchen refaced in white with a custom island, including decorative panels on the side and back of the island. Drawer banks were added to all base cabinets.

 

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WHAT IS CABINET REFACING?

Cabinet refacing is an economical way to update your kitchen when you are happy with the current layout of your kitchen but would like to update the look of your cabinets.

The process involves:

  • replacing all old cabinet doors and drawer fronts
  • installing new, soft close hinges
  • Installing new moldings
  • covering the face frames and end panels with a matching ¼ inch wood skin.

We’re proud to be Tallahassee’s only Cabinet Cures dealer serving communities like Southwood, Summerbrooke and others.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Our Cabinet Cures’ refacing process begins with  design consultation in your home. After reviewing your project, your designer will help you explore available options. Once you’ve selected a wood type, door face style, and finish, we will give you an estimate on the cost of the project while we are there in your home.

Once you approve the estimate and design we will schedule your project, we guarantee our start and finish dates.

Refacing begins with our installers removing your old doors, drawer fronts and hinges. We will then install all new doors, hinges, drawer fronts and reface your cabinets exactly to your specifications. All of the new doors and drawer faces are custom-finished by hand by highly trained craftsman. We avoid using laminate veneers.

When complete you have a truly custom kitchen that looks and functions great!


 

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ADVANTAGES OF CABINET REFACING

AFFORDABLE 

Typically costs 40% less than new cabinets

We install doors and drawer fronts of the best quality, better than many well know cabinet brands

All doors, drawer fronts, moldings and panels are custom finished to your specifications.

LESS WASTE

Your existing cabinets are left in place saving all that material from going to the landfill.

It also means no costly damage will be done to your walls or ceilings

Refacing can be done with your counter tops in place

IT’S QUICK AND CLEAN

This process is completed your existing cabinetry and counter tops in-place. This means very quick turnaround times, less mess in the living spaces, and less disruption of your day to day routine when compared to traditional cabinet replacement.

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

The Cabinet Cures system allows us to customize your kitchen in many ways including:

   Make wall cabinets taller

  Add drawers to existing base cabinets

  Add features like wine racks and pullouts

  Create Custom Islands


 

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Budget

Cabinets refaced in a dark walnut with added decorative elements like crown molding, light rails, corbels, turned legs and decorative panels.

 


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OUR CABINET REFACING SYSTEM

We are very proud to be a Cabinet Cures Dealer. The Cabinet Cures refacing system was developed by Kelly Koch in Portland, OR. Kelly started as an antique furniture re-finisher and became one of the most sought after re-finishers in the North West. Cabinet Cures was originally a re-finishing business until Kelly developed his refacing system that allowed him to provide the same quality finishes more quickly and at a lower cost to the homeowner. Over the last few years Kelly has expanded his production facility so he can provide his system to dealers like us.

The Cabinet Cures system is a truly custom system for remodeling your kitchen cabinets.

1. Replace all doors with new custom wood doors

   Doors are made in the USA by Brentwood Manufacturing.

   Unlimited Door Styles. With Brentwood manufacturing we can provide you any door style you can imagine from simple shaker doors to custom curved door panels. Doors can be made from many species of wood. We currently offer oak, maple, alder, cherry, hickory, walnut, and sapele, as well as rustic cherry, alder, and hickory.

   Dozens of finish options, including hand rubbed glazes. Doors are custom finished  in Portland Oregon by experienced craftsman using lacquers and stains developed specifically for our refacing system.

   All Doors include new soft close hinges made by Blum, a premier hardware maker from Germany

2. Replace drawer fronts with new custom wood fronts

   Solid Wood Drawer fronts, also custom made in USA by Brentwood

   Finished using the same process as the cabinet doors

   Option to add Blum soft close slides and custom drawer boxes

3. Install matching wood panels to face frames and end panels

   1/4 inch wood panels, custom finished to match doors and drawers

   1/4 inch thick panels will never peel or chip like thin veneers do

4. Add Crown Molding and Light Rail Molding

   Matching Crown molding is installed at the top of the cabinet

   Light rail molding is installed under the wall cabinets for added detail and to hide any under cabinet lighting

   Moldings are finished to match the doors and drawers using the same custom process

5. Custom Options

   Make your wall cabinets taller – we can extend the height of your cabinets and add new doors to cover the full cabinet

   Drawer conversions – add a bank of drawers to replace a door cabinet

   Custom Islands – we can build you a custom island and reface it to match the rest of the kitchen

 

Cabinet Refacing Before After Tallahassee McManus Kitchen and Bath

Out dated oak cabinets were refaced with white shaker style doors and drawers. We also customized the island and added a drawer bank next to the dishwasher. The original granite counters were left in place for the entire project, though we did move the island top so we could customize the island and add some seating

 


FOR MORE INFORMATION

If you have any questions about cabinet refacing or would like to schedule and design consult you can contact us at (850)564-8756 , email [email protected] or by using the contact form on our website.


Paul McManus

Certified Residential Contractor, CRC1331326

www.mcmanuskitchenandbath.com