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Cabinet Refacing Kansas City

When your home or business is ready for an updated look, Granite and TREND Transformations can make the process easy with cabinet refacing. By replacing just the cabinet doors and fronts in your bathroom, kitchen, or commercial space, this process leaves in place the strongest part of the cabinets that are already there. There’s very little demolition and mess, and the cabinet refacing process saves time and money. When completed, you have a fresh, stylish, and updated look to your home or business. This process is right for you if you don’t wish to change the layout, and if the cabinet boxes are still in good shape.

Granite and TREND Transformations has completed a number of cabinet refacing and kitchen remodeling jobs in the Kansas City area. Anywhere that there are cabinets in your home, we can help. We have completed projects for kitchen pantries and islands, as well as bathroom vanities and linen cabinets. The cabinets offered by TREND Transformations include wood and medium-density fiberboard (MDF). There is an extensive range of colors, styles, and glazed or unglazed finishes available to fit your decor. Our team can also match crown and base moldings, so your new cabinet refacing project will blend with your existing space.

You can use our visualizer tool to start designing your new bathroom or kitchen, or give our team a call today to talk about remodeling your Kansas City home with our cabinet refacing service.

The Cabinet Refacing Process

You love your kitchen’s layout and flow, but the years of use are showing. The cabinet frames themselves are in great shape, but the doors and drawers are outdated. Don’t go through the expensive and messy process of demolishing the entire cabinet. You can change the look of your cabinetry with Granite and TREND Transformations’ cabinet refacing process. In no time, you will have a new look in your kitchen, bathroom, or commercial space at much less cost than replacing the entire structure.

Utilizing the existing base of your cabinets, refacing replaces the drawer and door fronts with new wood or MDF materials with beautiful finishes. Imagine walking into your remodeled space knowing the time and money you saved, and still have a new look for your kitchen or bathroom!
There are just four easy steps to cabinet refacing:

  1. Remove cabinet doors and drawers.
  2. Refinish fronts and sides of cabinet boxes to match new cabinet faces.
  3. Install updated or existing hardware to new cabinetry.
  4. Install new doors and drawers.

This installation process is simple and much quicker than replacing the entire cabinet. Also, there is less environmental impact due to less demolished material going to the landfill. Discover everything you need to know about cabinet refacing to help decide if the process is right for you.

How Much Does Cabinet Refacing Cost?

How much you should expect to spend on your cabinet refacing project will vary depending on the size of your kitchen as well as the materials and finishes you choose. Smaller kitchen and bathroom projects with laminate cabinet doors will be the least expensive option, with real wood veneers for the largest projects being the most expensive. You will also want to keep in mind the cost of additional features, like hinges and knobs.

Regardless of the materials used and expanse of the project, you should expect to save on average 50% of the cost of completely replacing your cabinets. And if you consider the cost of time put into cabinet replacement versus cabinet refacing, your savings will be even more significant. Whether you want to update your bathroom or remodel your kitchen, cabinet refacing is the perfect option for those looking to dramatically improve the look of their cabinetry!

The Eco-Friendly Remodeling Alternative

If you’re looking for ways to go green with your home renovation project, cabinet refacing is an easy way to cut back on waste and environmental damage. We’ve already discussed how cabinet refacing compares to cabinet replacement—it’s more cost-effective, straight-forward, and efficient. Now you can add eco-friendly to that list. If you’re simply looking to upgrade the aesthetic appeal of your bath or kitchen cabinets, there’s no reason to toss your functional cabinet boxes. Cabinet refacing offers an economical and environmentally-friendly alternative to cabinet replacement, costing a fraction of the price and sending a fraction of the material to the landfill. Reusing cabinet boxes that are in good condition not only prevents sending material to the landfill—it prevents formaldehyde, a hazardous chemical found in many cabinet boxes, from being released into the environment. Your old cabinet doors can also be repurposed by another homeowner looking to remodel.

Why Cabinet Refacing?

Our cabinet refacing experts at Granite and TREND Transformations will evaluate the condition of your current cabinets and help you design the most attractive cabinet fronts to replace the outdated look of your home or business. We will reinforce the face of your current cabinets and match the new surface with your updated doors and drawer fronts. It is our goal to make your cabinets look brand new at an affordable price with a minimum amount of demolition and disruption to your everyday life. Imagine having a brand new look for your bathroom and kitchen cabinets in just a few days!

Granite and TREND Transformations can bring your house or commercial space back to life with all of our bathroom and kitchen renovation services. Our team offers the finest in countertop collections, flooring options, as well as cabinet refacing. We will work with you to design the kitchen and bathroom of your dreams. Contact our cabinet refacing and remodeling experts today, and we will show you what your new updated space can look like!

Discover everything you need to know about cabinet refacing, which will help you decide if this would be a suitable option.

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