Cabinet refinishing updates the look of your cabinets at a fraction of the cost of replacing them. Many older cabinets were made with better materials and built better than what is on the market today. Sometimes they are fabulous cabinets just with a dated look. It only makes sense to modernize the cabinets with a professionally sprayed coat of paint instead of replacing them. Contact us about your kitchen or bathroom cabinets today.
Our cabinet refinishing process includes the following steps. We remove the doors and all hardware, clean, sand, and prime and spray them to provide the best factory like finish possible. We make every attempt to do this all onsite to prevent damage from moving them out of your home. We use an Italian furniture coating to provide the most durable finish that we could find. We can match any traditional paint color or sheen. We also offer the ability to just order new doors should you only need new cabinet doors. Call us to discuss your vision.
Cabinet Painting / Cabinet Refacing
Before & After
Butler’s panty area Before (Haymarket)
Butler Pantry After in a rich dark blue!
Maple Cabinets Before (Loudoun Country)
Maple Cabinets in Customer Chosen Color of Gray
Cabinets Before (fairfax)
Cabinets After (Fairfax and without rolling island)
Cabinets Before on Top
Cabinets After on bottom
Cabinet Refinishing FAQs
What color can I select?
We use and Italian cabinet coating that can be tinted to match any Sherwin Williams color. We just need the name and number prior to starting the work.
Do you send the doors to a shop to paint?
We feel the transportation of doors once newly painted causes many issues, so we utilize available space at the job site to set up a plastic enclosure with exhaust so we can spray the doors on site.
What do I need to do before the job starts?
We need the cabinets and drawers to be emptied. We need to be able to pull drawers completely out and be able to use a drill inside each cabinet.
Do I need to clean the cabinets before you start the work?
No, we prefer to clean them since some cleaners cause adhesion problems. We will clean them, sand them, prime them and then spray them.
How long does it take and how long will I be without a kitchen?
Average size kitchens will take approximately 4 days. We schedule 5 days to provide a day to make any final adjustments once it’s completed.
Restoration & Refinishing Experts
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