Are you hoping to update your kitchen cabinets? Whether they’ve become damaged over the years or you’re just itching to make a change, you’re likely now weighing all of your options for reworking the appearance of your cabinets. Two affordable ways to change your cabinets are refacing and repainting them. How do these services differ, and which one is the right choice for you?
Repainting Your Cabinets
It’s not hard to figure out what repainting your cabinets means. Brushing (or rolling) some paint over your kitchen cabinets can refresh them, especially if you opt for a different color than the one you currently have. However, the style of your cabinets will remain the same, so if you’re hoping for a noticeable transformation, painting won’t provide the results you want.
Refacing Your Cabinets
If you reface your kitchen cabinets, you’ve got a lot more creative freedom since this service involves replacing the doors and drawer fronts. You can choose a completely new style in addition to a different color or finish, allowing you to totally transform the aesthetic of your cabinets—and your kitchen!
Ultimately, repainting your cabinets will freshen them up while refacing your cabinets will give them an entirely new look. If you decide to go the refacing route, you can feel confident partnering with Tundraland for the task. We have various customization options for you to choose from, and our expert technicians can complete most refacing projects in about three days. This way, you won’t have to worry about running out of paint or waiting for each coat to dry. Tundraland will handle every step of the refacing process and will do so efficiently. Reach out to get started on a kitchen cabinet refacing project.