Your kitchen is arguably the most important room in your home. The kitchen is the heart of the house, home to the most traffic, and gives your home its personality. When most people prepare to entertain during the upcoming holiday season, their first thought is usually, “How well will my kitchen hold up under the amount of guests I’m going to be serving?” We talk to people all the time who come to us asking, “How do I update my kitchen while not breaking the bank?” It is after this initial question we share with homeowners the magic of our kitchen cabinet refacing system.
Refacing vs. Remodeling
There are more than a few reasons you should explore refacing your cabinets as opposed to remodeling your kitchen. Most eye-popping is the difference in cost. Most cabinet refacing projects cost less than half of what a full-scale remodeling price tag would come in at. If you’re happy with your current layout then cabinet refacing is the route for you. Many of the people we see are shocked—pleasantly—when they discover just how drastic a difference simply replacing their current cabinet doors and drawer fronts will have on a kitchen. Our before-and-after kitchen pictures have been known to leave homeowners stunned while they try to comprehend that both pictures we’re showing them is actually the very same kitchen. A new set of doors and drawer fronts featuring the wood and color of your choice will add the touch of your personal unique taste your kitchen deserves.
Less Mess is Best
Another benefit cabinet refacing provides is the ease of which it is completed. Full-blown kitchen remodeling projects present weeks of headaches, as you move your refrigerator into the living room and microwave into the bathroom. Microwaving a burrito becomes quite a chore if someone is taking a shower during a remodeling. Refacing, on the other hand, takes only a couple of days, and you still have the full reign of your kitchen. You will also not need to deal with the constant dust storm associated with kitchen remodeling projects.
Leave the 1970s in the 1970s.
When thinking about updating your tired 1970s kitchen, consider the option of kitchen cabinet refacing. We’ll be very busy this season, getting to as many homeowners as possible as they scramble to reinvigorate their kitchens for holiday celebrating. You have enough stress with which to deal this time of year; don’t let your kitchen contribute to it.
Have any questions about Kitchen Cabinet Refacing? Call us today at 401-739-1001.