Did you know there’s a way to revitalize the appearance of your kitchen or bathroom cabinets without the expense and hassle of replacing them? It’s called cabinet refacing, and it can make your cabinets look like new in less time and for less money than installing new cabinets.
If your existing cabinets are structurally sound, and if you’re happy with the current layout of your kitchen or bathroom, then cabinet refacing could be an excellent choice for you.
Maybe you’ve been living with dark-colored cabinets and you’re looking for something lighter and brighter. Or perhaps you’re tired of your traditional style cabinets and would like something more contemporary. Cabinet refacing makes it possible.
Just as with new cabinets, cabinet refacing offers you a virtually unlimited selection of door and drawer fronts. You can choose from hundreds and hundreds of beautiful colors and styles. Once you’ve decided on the perfect look for your updated cabinets, your existing doors and drawer fronts are removed, and your old exterior cabinet surfaces are then covered with a wood “skin” that’s stained or painted to match your new doors. To really enhance the makeover, you can add finishing touches like crown molding, and existing hardware such as hinges, knobs and pulls can be replaced.
Because there is no demolition involved, cabinet refacing is a much quicker and cleaner process than cabinet replacement. A typical kitchen can usually be completed in about a week.
Imagine, just one week to transform your kitchen or bathroom from drab to fabulous!
Are the cabinets in your home suitable for cabinet refacing? It’s easy to find out by scheduling your 100% free consultation. Just call us at (760) 345-9898 or use the form below. We do cabinet refacing in Palm Desert, Palm Springs and throughout the Coachella Valley. We look forward to working with you.
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77519 El Duna Court
Palm Desert, CA 92211
(760) 345-9882 FAX
Providing quality construction services to the entire Desert community, including Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells, La Quinta, and Indio.