Cabinet refacing in home consultation

Step 1: Free In-Home Consultation

We schedule an appointment to look at your current kitchen cabinets and discuss your project. During the consultation we will review the look you are wanting to upgrade to, as well as show you a few door styles and wood options. We will also take the time to discuss any questions you have about the product or the process. Once you’ve selected the door style and wood type, we will work to put together a quote.

Preparing a refacing estimate

Step 2: Estimate Review

We will digitally send you a quote to review and answer any further questions. To move forward with the project, you need to sign the proposal and send a deposit. Once we receive the signed proposal and deposit we will schedule your install date.

Removing doors and hardware in preparation to reface cabients

Step 3: Demo Day

Your old cabinet doors and drawer headers are removed. If things like a range hood, island, or new cabinets are part of the project, these are installed at the start. Face frames and other surfaces (exposed end panels, for instance) that will be veneered are thoroughly sanded and cleaned to assure proper veneer adhesion.

Installing refacing on kitchen cabinets

Step 4 : Refacing Product Installed

The prefinished veneer sheet stock is trimmed to a precise width. Your Refacing & More installer has the tools and training to do this critical job right. The new veneer is carefully aligned, applied, then smoothed for lasting adhesion.

Veneered edges are trimmed flush with the cabinet components and sanded as needed. Often these edges are covered with special Refacing & More moldings.

Installing new doors on a refaced cabinets

Step 5: Doors & Drawers Installed

Doors and drawer fronts are installed, and drawer boxes are replaced as needed. Hinges, pulls, and knobs are installed. Special interior accessories, like roll trays, can also be installed at this point.

Installing crown molding on a newly refaced kitchen cabinets

Step 6: The Finishing Touches

Finally, moldings and trim are installed and the refacing job is complete! We will go over everything and make sure we didn’t miss anything. You are then able to enjoy your upgraded cabinets.