1.What is cabinet refacing, exactly?
Cabinet refacing involves changing the doors and drawer fronts of your current cabinets and covering the outside surfaces of the cabinets with a fresh, pre-glued polymer sheet. Your cabinets’ structural integrity is unaltered.
2. How is cabinet refacing different from cabinet replacement?
Refacing your cabinets allows you to refresh the outer appearance without entirely tearing them out and rebuilding them. It’s a less invasive and frequently more affordable choice.
3. How much time does the refacing procedure require?
Depending on the dimensions and complexity of your kitchen, a professional can usually finish the refacing procedure in 2 to 4 days.
4. What is the price of cabinet refacing?
The price is determined by the materials selected, the dimensions of your kitchen, and local labor costs. Refacing costs less on average than replacing the entire cabinet, though.
5. Can I reface my cabinets to modify the style or color?
Absolutely! When refacing, you can pick from a huge selection of types, finishes, and colors.
6. Are all cabinets a good selection for refacing?
While most cabinets can be refaced, those that are damaged, bent, or have structural problems may not be the ideal candidates.
7. Can I upgrade my cabinets or add additional features at the same time?
Yes, you can improve the usefulness of your kitchen by combining refacing with the installation of new cabinets, pull-out shelving, or other features.
8.What kind of material is most frequently used for refacing?
Polymer is the material that is most used.
9. How should my refaced cabinets be maintained?
Generally, maintaining the finest appearance for your refaced cabinets requires cleaning with a mild detergent and soft cloth. Abrasive pads and strong chemicals should be avoided.
10. How durable are refaced cabinets?
Refaced cabinets, depending on the material and usage, can last as long as new cabinets with good care, generally 10–20 years or more.
11. Does refacing improve my home’s value?
Your home’s visual appeal can be enhanced, and a kitchen upgrade, including refacing, may raise its market value.
12. Can I replace the cabinet hardware while having it refaced?
Yes, changing the hardware (such as handles and knobs) as part of the refacing procedure is a simple method to give your cabinets a more contemporary appearance.
13. Must the countertops be removed in order to perform refacing?
Without removing your old countertop or appliances, we may reface the kitchen.
14. Does repainting come with refacing?
Kitchen cabinet refacing entails entirely removing the doors and drawer fronts, buying new cabinet doors, and attaching them to the existing cabinets.