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Cabinet Painting

Cabinet Painting

 

A lot of people think that updating your kitchen cabinets needs to involve paying for completely new cabinetry. They might be prefabricated or custom, but either way the price tag can be quite hefty!  As an alternative, we are proud to offer high-quality cabinet painting and refinishing services.  Eventually all things need more protection.  It is very common to paint your old wood cabinets after they have worn and discolored.  In the end there's only so many times you can touch up stain or darken the stain tone to hide imperfections- it's time to replace them or paint them.  Painting is great way to extend the life of the cabinets without the expense of replacing.  Throw in some new knobs and pulls - BOOM - did you get new cabinets???

Ready to start your project?  Request a bid here!

 

Why Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets?

  • Here are a few benefits to consider:
  • You choose the style - The beauty of this process is that it lets you sit in the driver’s seat, completely  controlling your kitchen’s look. We also can provide custom antiqued or distressed finishes if requested.
  • Cost-effective - Your kitchen can be transformed for a fraction of the price of a full replacement.
  • Can be done quickly - Compared to waiting for custom-built cabinetry, or for your kitchen cabinets to be  torn down and replaced, repainting is a fast process! Depending on the size of your kitchen, in as little as a couple of days.
  • Lower-impact - We totally understand how important your kitchen is to the flow and function of your home. Refinishing your cabinets is a much less intrusive method than a total replacement

 

What Is Our Cabinet Painting Process?

Because each situation is approached with your specific goals in mind, we can tailor our services to fit your needs. As a general rule, however, our preparation and techniques include the following.

  • For painting:
  •  Washing cabinets thoroughly to remove contaminants
  •  If we are covering an existing stain or lacquer, we provide mechanical and/or chemical sanding to  degloss  them
  •  Priming - we use a special bonding primer that will adhere to a variety of surfaces
  •  Caulking seams if needed
  •  Applying our finish coats, typically 2 full coats

  • For refinishing:
  • When staining new cabinetry we apply 2-3 coats of clear coat. For older cabinets that are just a little tired and in need of refreshing, we complete the following:
  •  Surface preparation
  •  Stain application or touch up
  •  Apply 2-4 coats of clear coat
  •  Sand between coats as needed

 

For more pictures and ideas, check us out on Facebook!  Want to get a bid on painting your cabinets?  Request a bid here!  We'll contact you within 24 hours.

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