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What is cabinet refacing, and is it right for my kitchen?
Cabinet refacing involves removing all of the doors, drawer fronts, hinges, handles and moldings from your existing cabinets. Then, we prepare and cover all of the exterior surfaces of the cabinet box (sides, bottom and face-frame) with 1/8 or 1/4 inch wood — typically cherry, maple, oak or hickory. Next we install brand new doors and drawer fronts, custom-made to fit your cabinets and brand new hardware, hinges, handles and moldings so that the end result will look like we have torn everything out of your kitchen and installed new custom cabinets.
At Midwest Kitchens, we use only the highest quality doors and drawer fronts made of solid oak, birch, maple, cherry and other hard woods. We have a full selection of custom door styles and finishes to choose from. All of our wood products are stained, sealed, varnished and oven-cured in a controlled environment to create a beautiful and durable kitchen.
Cabinet refacing is an excellent option for cabinets that are structurally sound but look worn and dated. The majority of cabinets that we reface are between 20 – 50 years old, however we have refaced cabinets up to 80 years old. If you are unhappy with the color of the cabinets in a newer home, refacing is a great option.
While remodeling your kitchen, we are able to modify and add new cabinets, install pull-out shelves, replace old drawer boxes, and install new appliances. Midwest Kitchens offers a full range of countertops and tile backsplashes to complement your cabinets. Most jobs are completed in about a week with minimal disruption to your home.