Are you looking for a cost-effective option to upgrading the look of your kitchen? Consider refacing to save you money over a complete remodel. Before you move forward with getting an estimate, there are a few things to consider when evaluating whether your kitchen is a good candidate for refacing.
1. Are you happy with overall layout of your kitchen?
We can easily change the upper cabinets and island by mixing refaced with new, but you have to like where your lower cabinets are located. We would not help with projects that would require rewiring or moving plumbing.
2. Are your existing base cabinets in good structural condition?
Look at the areas where the side walls meet the top and bottom panels. Are any of the cabinets pulling apart? If they are, you have a structural problem and refacing is not an option.
Water damage on the bottom of the sink cabinet may not be a problem. In most cases, we can easily install a new bottom.
If you are unsure whether your kitchen cabinets would work for refacing, give us a call for a free in-home consultation and we would be happy to inspect your cabinets.