If you own a home in State, and want to renovate your kitchen, we recommend refacing your kitchen cabinets. Cabinets are integral to the look and functionality of a kitchen and refacing provides the new cabinet look without the high costs and time commitment associated with replacing your cabinets. We use solid wood doors and drawer fronts that are handcrafted in Pennsylvania. All decorative trim (crown molding, light rail, etc.) is made of solid wood or wood veneer.
What Is Cabinet Refacing?
Cabinet refacing improves the aesthetics of your kitchen while allowing you to reuse your existing cabinet boxes. Cabinet refacing involves the selection of a new door and drawer style and finish. CPOS Refacing covers all exposed cabinetry in the color and finish of your choice. Decorative moldings are used to give your kitchen a one-of-a-kind appearance. We complete the kitchen with new soft close hinges on your doors and replacement soft close, full extension dovetail drawers. We’ll ensure that the new design is seamless before completing the transformation with your choice of molding, hinges, knobs, pulls, and so forth. Your kitchen will not only look new, but it will also work like new.
State Homeowners Choose CPOS
CPOS Refacing has more than a decade of experience refacing cabinets. Our company is fully licensed and insured, and we have stellar records on popular home improvement review sites. We make it our mission to provide superior craftsmanship and excellent customer service. We can reface kitchen cabinets in a wide range of modern styles and help you achieve the dream kitchen at much less cost and in less time than would be required to replace the kitchen cabinets instead.
The Benefits of Cabinet Refacing
There are many benefits when homeowners in State reface kitchen cabinets rather than replace them. We’ve mentioned that it costs less and takes less time. It’s also better for the environment as you’re not using materials and creating waste unnecessarily. Refacing makes your kitchen more beautiful and adds real value to your home, and you have a wider range of design choices and easier access to those options when refacing compared to replacement.
The average time it takes us to reface kitchen cabinets is three to five days whereas cabinet replacement usually takes at least five days and as many as two weeks. Cabinet refacing is not as messy and invasive as cabinet replacement either, and when we’re gone for the day, you’ll have full access to your kitchen.
The cost to reface kitchen cabinets is upwards of 60% less than what it would cost a homeowner in State to replace their cabinets. Replacement often has unforeseen costs associated with it because the process is invasive, and you may need to replace other aspects of the kitchen due to the tear-out.
Custom Design Options
There are many design options available when you reface kitchen cabinets. You can opt for a real wood veneer, and styles include birch, cherry, maple, oak, and walnut.
Increased Home Value
The kitchen is arguably the most important part of the home in the eyes of interested homebuyers. Since the upfront costs are so much lower than cabinet replacement, the return on investment is higher, which is why refacing is such a popular improvement when selling a home.
Refacing vs. Replacing Your Cabinets
Because it is less expensive and time-consuming, refacing cabinets is a popular alternative to cabinet replacement. When comparing refacing to replacing, the main difference is that refacing involves putting new material on the cabinets to create a new look, whereas refinishing is essentially just painting, and replacing is a significant undertaking and investment. Almost all cabinets can be refaced and you’ll have many more custom options.
Reface Your Kitchen Cabinets
CPOS Refacing will help you transform your existing kitchen in State into the kitchen of your dreams. Call us today or contact us online to schedule an in-home consultation or with any questions about our services and your design options.
Our Recent Work
Here are some examples of our cabinet refacing work. Please click on the images to enlarge.