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Cabinet Refacing

Our quartz countertop surfaces are designed to combine the quality and durability you need for everyday life with the colors and styles to match nearly any design aesthetic. These handcrafted quartz slabs are nonporous, stain, scratch and heat-resistant, maintenance-free, and guaranteed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty. Our quartz surfaces are ideal for kitchens and are also perfect for bathroom vanities, shower and tub surrounds, and tub-to-shower conversions. You’ll especially love our surfaces in your bathroom as they are mold and mildew-resistant. Our Natural Series is versatile and elegant, and will match nearly any cabinet color or backsplash design you choose. Let us help you start planning your renovation project. Find a location near you today, fill out the form, or call to schedule a free in-home design consultation.

If you’re interested in remodeling your kitchen cabinets with the most efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly services available, call Granite Transformations of North Wales today!

Save Time: The Cabinet Refacing Process

You wouldn’t throw away a brand new smartphone just because it was given to you with a protective case that wasn’t your style. The same goes for your kitchen, bathroom, or commercial cabinetry—if you like the layout and structure of your cabinetry, but don’t like its finish, there’s no reason to go forward with costly demolition. Our cabinet refacing process gives you the opportunity to change the look of your cabinets without the time-consuming and expensive task of changing the framework.

Cabinet refacing utilizes the strongest part of your existing cabinets with the installation of new cabinet doors and drawer fronts. This simple process replaces the outdated feel of your current residential or commercial space without having to rip out the structurally sound framework of your cabinetry. Not to mention, cabinet refacing is completed in just four simple steps:

  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.

Not only does this simple installation process make cabinet refacing quicker than cabinet replacement, but it also saves you money and saves waste from going to the landfill.

Save Money: 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!

Protect the Environment: Eco-Friendly Home Remodeling

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. Not only that, but your old cabinet doors can also be repurposed by another homeowner looking to remodel.

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