Refacing cabinets was a new concept in the late
1970's and has continued through the years becoming an extremely popular choice in today's world of kitchen
remodeling. Back in the early 1970's before refacing cabinets came on the scene, kitchen cabinets were custom built
for each specific home. There were no door style
selections or assorted
wood species to choose from back then as there are today. Store bought cabinets had yet to
exist and kitchens lacked diversity and uniqueness. Before refacing, cabinets were made from either lumber or
plywood that was made from birch. Starting in the late 1970's mass produced cabinets appeared on the market, and
the once flat plywood door was replaced with the a new raised panel door. By the early 80's, to everyone's
delight, options started becoming available for kitchen cabinet styles, as well as wood species and wood stain
Raised Panel Door
Kitchen Cabinets that were constructed before
the mid 70's were so well built that a new technique was put into practice to breath new life into these old
cabinets , hence 'cabinet refacing' was born. The late 1970's saw some
of the first cabinet refacers on the scene and from the late 70's right up to the present, refacing
cabinets has grown into a multi billion dollar business.
Refacing your cabinets will not only save your perfectly
good cabinets, but will save you time and money as well.
Refacing Cabinets consist of:
- Removing your old door
and drawer fronts, and replacing them with your choice of either, brand new solid wood doors, (RTF)
Rigid thermo foil, or high pressure plastic laminate.
- Refacing The existing
cabinets with either 1/4 inch furniture grade wood veneer, (RTF), or high pressure plastic laminate veneer
to match your new door and drawer fronts.
- Replacing your old
cabinet door and drawer knobs/handles with new
Refacing Cabinets extra's include, but are not limited
- Extra cabinets With
cabinet refacing many people opt to have additional cabinets built. You can also change a single large
cabinet door to double doors.
- New counter tops: When
refacing, you may choose to add an island or simply add a new counter top to an existing
Granite, Corian, Stainless steel, Soap stone, Glass,
Engineered stone (Sile-stone). Ceramic tile, Marble or Laminate.
- Alter cabinets to
accommodate any new appliances.
- Accessories will help keep
your kitchen running smoothly and efficiently. There are many accessory options available on the today.
- Cabinet Refacing isn't just
for kitchens, we reface bathroom cabinets as well.
At 'Classic Kitchen Cabinet Refacing' we are
the refacing cabinets specialists. We'll orchestrate the plumbers, electricians,
tilers, and anyone else that will be working on your kitchen project, so everything will run smoothly and on
- New sinks installed
- New floors being
lighting (electrical work)
- New appliances being
hooked up (electrical work)
- back splash being
changed or added
- A beautiful
kitchen that looks and feels brand new, in fact, no one will be able to tell that you hadn’t
completely replaced your kitchen cabinets.
- Affordable, 50% to 70% less
than the price of a complete kitchen renovation.
- Quick, the average
refaced kitchen takes between 2-4 days from start to finish.
- Sturdy, Your old cabinet
boxes were built to last. Your newly refaced cabinets will give you another 25 years, with normal wear and
- Environmentally friendly,
why throw away your good, sturdy cabinet boxes, only
to replace them with inferior cabinet boxes ?
- No toxic fumes,Unlike
refinishing or painting your cabinets, refacing will not leave your house filled with foul smelling fumes.
This is because your cabinets have already been stained and finished before they are brought into your
kitchen and hung.
- Quick Sale, Beautiful
kitchens sell homes.
Watch our video showing time lapsed photography
of ‘Classic Kitchen Cabinet Refacing’ showing a kitchen being refaced from start to
finish. And listen as Linn Kurkjian-Doten answers cabinet refacing questions, while telling about her kitchen
cabinet refacing transformation.
Contact Us : If kitchen cabinet
refacing sound like something you would like, but, don’t know if it is something that you can afford,
we offer an ‘Instant Quote’ that you can fill out on our website and we will get back to you with a price to
reface your kitchen within 1 day. Check out our cabinet refacing DIY page on
our website. Call us at 1-800 I FACE IT and schedule a free in home
Proud A+ member of the Better Business
The owners of 'Classic Kitchen Cabinet
Refacing', Joe & Carol Dupont attend the
2012 (BBB) Torch Awards where they are proudly receive their Perfect Record
Certificate from the (BBB).