Have you ever heard of cabinet refacing, or redooring? It might be the perfect option for your kitchen…
If it’s time to give your kitchen a new look, you really have three primary options.
First, you could remodel. You know, tear it all out, update, and have either custom cabinets built or prefabricated cabinets installed. If you need to start from scratch, this is a good way to go. The downside, of course, is that it’s a long, expensive process, and it might be more than you need if you’re just looking to update the space.
Another option is cabinet painting or refinishing. If you haven’t yet, follow us on social media! We share countless examples of NJ cabinet painting projects, creating beautiful new finishes with factory-grade durability.
Your last option? Cabinet refacing (or cabinet redooring, as it’s sometimes called).
What Is Kitchen Cabinet Refacing?
If you have old cabinet doors and drawer faces that no amount of paint can update, don’t give up hope. Redooring is the process of ordering NEW doors and drawer faces (plus hardware) that can be installed right on your existing boxes. There’s still no major construction involved, but you can radically update your kitchen’s style.
Love the idea of Shaker-style cabinets with soft-close doors? Totally doable!
Cabinet Refacing in Haddon Heights, NJ
As a real-life example, let’s take a look at Ed’s kitchen.
When we first arrived, we found a very common, heavily-grained cabinet with dated pulls. The best option was to reface, starting from scratch with new doors, drawer-faces, and hardware. Since the existing kitchen size and layout was a good fit, this was definitely the way to go.
After careful prep, painting, and new door/drawer face installation, here’s how Ed’s kitchen looks now.
Do You Have Questions About Your Cabinet Painting or Refacing Ideas?
Contact us at Brennan Contracting. This is a speciality of ours, and we’d love to help you navigate your options and make the best choice for your kitchen.