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Cabinet Refinishing

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Cabinet Refinishing

Cabinet Refinishing

 

All things need maintenance, especially those things made of wood and used heavily.  If you catch it early, refinishing and maintaining your cabinets can be small, easy project.  If you want until the cabinets under the sink have turned a pale gray color from water damage and neglect... well, those take a bit more time.  A lot of people think that updating your kitchen cabinets needs to involve paying for completely new cabinetry. Whether prefabricated or custom, the price tag can be quite hefty! As an alternative, we are proud to offer high-quality cabinet painting and refinishing services.  With new paint or maintenance, add in some fresh new hardware - BOOM - new cabinets!

Ready to start your project?  Request a bid here!

Signs That Your Cabinets are Due for Maintenance

  • Door Wear - keep your eyes on the doors around the most used areas: kitchen sink, around the dishwasher, stove, prep areas, garbage/recycling drawers.  The first signs typically show on the top edge of the door, where all the gross stuff tends to catch- go figure!
  • Side Panels - these are the large sections of wood panels on the sides of refrigerators or outside edges of the cabinets.  Sometimes these get extra UV from nearby windows and can dry out or fade.
  • Islands - maybe you have bar top and the kids kick the back of cabinets incessantly, and no I'm not drawing from my own experience, everyday of my life, forever... but shoes, pets, kids can all be tough on the island.  It's like mini race track for them all and that's hard on cabinets.

 

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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