If the laminate cabinets in the kitchen of your Wisconsin home aren’t providing the level of visual appeal you want from them, it’s time to change that. Now, for most cabinetry projects, the decision comes down to refinishing or refacing, though a full replacement could also be on the table if you’re not sticking to a stricter budget. But when it comes to laminate kitchen cabinets, do you have those same options? Can you even refinish laminate kitchen cabinets? The answer is somewhat complicated. Refinishing involves updating the finish or color of the cabinets, and doing so with laminate isn’t the easiest process. Sanding down the cabinets and repainting them is a possibility, but in many cases, it makes more sense to invest in a refacing project.
Why Invest in a Refacing Project to Update Your Laminate Cabinetry?
Because laminate isn’t the ideal surface for repainting, refacing your cabinets is often a process that is far more straightforward. And when you turn to a company like Tundraland, you’ll have plenty of options when it comes to refreshing the look of your cabinets. During the refacing process, your cabinet boxes remain intact structurally while their exteriors receive a full facelift. That means we install new doors and drawers in the material and color or finish of your choice, providing not only a new color but a whole new appearance for your cabinets—and therefore, your kitchen.
And although refinishing may be your preferred choice because of its affordability, you can rely on Tundraland to make your investment more manageable thanks to the financing options we offer to qualified homeowners. We’ll take your wants and needs into account to provide you with the best refacing project possible.
Get Started On Your Cabinet Refacing Project Today
If you’re ready to elevate your kitchen’s visual appeal with a cabinet refacing project, get in touch with Tundraland today. We would love to discuss the possibilities available for your laminate cabinets.