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What Does Cabinet Refacing Include?

Last Updated on May 5, 2023

Remodeling your kitchen or bathroom is an exciting process. However, the thought of demolishing and rebuilding your cabinets can be stressful, and understandably so. The process requires a significant investment of time and money. Thankfully, there may be a better way. Many times, cabinets don’t actually need a complete overhaul. Instead, cabinet refacing is a viable (and better) option. But what does the cabinet refacing process include?

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The first step is to have a thorough inspection completed by a professional. They will ensure the cabinet boxes are in good shape and candidates for refacing rather than replacement. Once that is completed, you can start selecting your new cabinetry style and accessories.

Select the Materials and Hardware

Picking out the new materials and hardware for your cabinets is certainly the fun part. Consider the style you want to achieve for your home and any color preferences. At Granite and TREND Transformations, we offer two high-quality lines of cabinet refacing, each with stunning color choices.

The Cabinet Refacing Process

Once the new materials are selected, our experienced team of cabinet-refacing professionals gets to work. We will remove the existing cabinet doors and drawer fronts. These are reinforced before the new cabinet refacing is installed.

If the existing hinges are in good shape, they can be reused. But if not, they will be replaced. If you have chosen to add new hardware, that will also be installed. Then everything is put back together, and just like that, you have brand-new cabinets!

Cabinet refacing is faster than a traditional remodel, only taking a few days to complete. It also saves you money (so you can consider updating your countertops, too!) and is a less intrusive and less messy process.

If you are ready to tackle the cabinets in your kitchen or bathroom, Granite and TREND Transformations can help. Contact us today to get started or to schedule your free in-home design consultation!

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