In our experience, we have found that the cost of refacing is half the price of a new kitchen. In most cases, the existing cabinets are in workable condition and can be refaced. The quality of kitchen refacing is comparable to or better than new cabinets.
  1. Dissembling the kitchen
    • Removal of all door and drawer fronts
    • Removal of the countertop (optional)
    • Removal of trim and valance
    • Removal of appliances

    At the end of the disassembling process, only the frames of the cabinets remain.

  2. Installation of a new countertop, backsplash, and sink. The purchase of a countertop is optional.
  3. Assembly of the refaced cabinet
    • The material used to cover the cabinet surface is ¼” wood in your choice of oak, birch, cherry, etc.
    • The ¼” wood panels are adhered to the surface of the cabinets with glue and nails.
    • All sides, fronts, and bottoms are routed flush with the frame of the cabinets and sanded smooth.
    • At this time, the previous surfaces on the cabinets are completely covered by the veneer.
  4. Installation of a valance
  5. Trim is affixed to the cabinets to create a finished look.
  6. Door installation.
    • All previous doors are replaced with new, high quality, solid wood doors, which are stained and finished to match the cabinets. Solid wood materials include; oak, birch, cherry, maple, pine and laminate.
    • The doors are drilled for hinges and decorative hardware.
    • They are then fitted with their hardware, hung on the cabinets and checked for alignment.
  7. Drawer installation
    • New drawer fronts are mounted to the existing drawers. In some cases, new drawers can be made and slides may be replaced. Solid wood materials are used. See door installation.
    • The fronts are drilled and fitted with hardware. They are then checked for precision and alignment.
  8. Installation of appliances
    • New or current appliances will be installed.
  9. Quality check
    • There is an overview of all the services received in order to guarantee a satisfactory product and quality assurance.
  10. A finished kitchen and happy customers!
Yes! We can replace your countertop as we are refacing your kitchen. Replacing your countertop is an optional purchase and is sometimes not necessary for giving your kitchen a new look.

Any type of NON-ABRASIVE cleaner can be used to clean the surfaces of your doors and countertop. Abrasive cleansers will scratch off the protective finish of these surfaces and cause your kitchen to appear damaged. The following is our recommendations for cleaners:

  • Wood Doors: Mild dish detergent with warm water and a soft cloth.
    Do not use any type of wood cleaner, such as Murphy’s Oil. These cleaners tend to wear or eat the finish off the wood.
  • Laminate Doors: Mild dish detergent with warm water and a soft cloth, Windex, and Countertop Magic.
  • Countertops: Mild dish detergent with warm water and a soft cloth, Windex, and Countertop Magic. For deep stained on light colored tops, use Clorox Gel with bleach or another comparable product.
Absolutely! We provide cost free estimates so that you the customer can effectively compare prices and quality of products with our competitors. We are confident that once you have had a chance to look at our competitors you will choose our company to do your work.