Are you contemplating a kitchen upgrade? This will likely involve the cabinetry to some extent. While replacing the entire cabinet system is a viable option, it can also be pricey. A more feasible option is cabinet refacing. If you like your current cabinets and just think it needs a bit of a facelift, then refacing may be a great option that will affect the kitchen’s appearance as a whole. Learn the benefits associated with refacing the cabinets.
What Is Refacing?
With refacing, a contractor essentially replaces the cabinet doors, while leaving the original cabinet box intact. The doors, after all, are the most visible part of the component, so replacing them is great for a cosmetic change.
Your renovation project is going to be limited by your budget. Fortunately, refacing the cabinet is relatively low cost and is on average about half the price of replacing the entire cabinet system. The money saved can be allotted towards other parts of the kitchen upgrade, such as replacing the backsplash or adding a kitchen island.
Kitchen and bathroom upgrades can take upwards of several days. However, refacing is a short process that can be completed in just a few hours. This will cut down on the renovation time as a whole, not to mention it saves you on labor costs. Lengthy renovations can especially be problematic if it’s for the bathroom, and you only have one in the home.
We Perform Cabinet Refacing Near Burlington
If you believe cabinet refacing is the way to go for your impending home renovation, then contact North Haven Remodeling today. We perform refacing for cabinets in both the kitchen and bathroom. Aging-in-place remodeling is another service we perform to make room interiors functional for seniors and occupants with disabilities.
Professional Cabinet Refacing Services Near Burlington
Serving the communities of Anacortes, Bellingham, Blaine, Burlington, Everson, Ferndale, Lynden, Mt. Vernon & Sedro-Woolley