Cabinet Refacing and Cabinet Redooring
Many times homeowners want to remodel their kitchen but they want to use the existing cabinets and make them look new again. If you are happy with your kitchen floor plan and layout, cabinet refacing or cabinet redooring is perfect for you. Most kitchen cabinet resurfacing projects can be accomplished on existing cabinets for a fraction of the cost of new.
By consulting a Kitchens Redefined Design Consultant, they will help you customize your kitchen with solutions that meet your budget and turn your existing, outdated kitchen into the focal point of your home for less mess and hassle.
Kitchen cabinet refacing is a process of adding new cabinet doors and cabinet drawer faces to your existing cabinets and skinning the face of the existing boxes with a skin of the same type of wood as the new doors.
Do you want to update your honey oak cabinets to walnut? Kitchens Redefined can add new walnut doors in any style, skin the face of your cabinets in a walnut wood veneer, and stain the veneer to a color of your choice. After that, we add on new hinges or hardware. The process is quick, mess-free, and much more affordable and your kitchen will look brand new!
Because we finish the door and cabinet faces, and they are not refinished in a plant, we are able to match or stain any color you desire. We are the top, trained professionals in cabinet refacing in Omaha. Kelly King actually ring.
Kitchen Cabinet Redooring is very similar to the refacing process. We replace the existing outdated door and drawer styles with new door and drawer faces and leave the existing cabinet faces as-is. We then do an enamel urethane process to the existing boxes and new door and drawer face.
The redooring process also means we will install new hinges. We offer regular demountable hinges or interior soft close hinges in our refacing process. This costs less than a full reface because we do not have to skin the boxes. This is most desirable when you want a colored cabinet instead of a stained cabinet.
Our Cabinet Refacing and Cabinet Redooring Process
Step 1: Free Design Consultation
Our expert design team will meet with you and do our color consults based on all the combined elements of the kitchen as well as consult you on the different door styles and hinge styles available so you are educated on the choices you have to repurpose your dream kitchen.
Step 2: Sample Creation
We create a sample of the new door and drawer choices in the finishes and colors you picked after our initial meeting
Step 3: Cover and Protect
Our first step is to cover countertops, backsplashes, and floors to protect prior to starting any work on the cabinet redoor or refinish. We take care of your kitchen as if it were our own.
Step 4: Remove Cabinet Doors and Drawer Faces
Next we remove existing cabinet door and drawer faces and do any hinge fill necessary to prepare for new door and drawer faces and interior hidden hinges.
Step 5: Paint, Refinish or Skin Cabinet Faces
We reface, repaint, stain and refinish wood cabinets to the desired color and result we determined in our design meeting.
Step 6: Install and Add Hardware
We add the final touches with your favorite hardware and leave you with your beautiful kitchen to enjoy!
What are the Benefits of Kitchen Cabinet Refacing and Redooring?
- Save up to 50% of the cost of replacing your cabinets
- Kelly and his team have over 30 years of experience in the industry
- Less mess and hassle than a remodel
- Completely customizable! With endless color and stain combinations, you’ll have a kitchen completely unique to you!