One of the most influential changes you can make to your kitchen is updating the cabinets. In nearly every kitchen layout, the cabinets span across the entire room. As you’ve started researching ways to update your cabinets, you may have seen the term ‘cabinet refacing’ and are wondering exactly what this service entails. This is certainly a unique cabinet remodeling option, so it can be helpful to dive into the details of this service. Here’s what to expect when you turn to Tundraland for cabinet refacing:
The Cabinets Doors & Drawer Fronts Are Removed
During a cabinet refacing project, the doors and drawer fronts are the only part of your cabinets that are removed. The rest remain attached to the walls and the insides will remain intact. You can then pick from various colors, styles, and finishes for your cabinets’ new look.
A Real-Wood Veneer Is Attached
Since your cabinet boxes aren’t being replaced, they will need to be updated to match the new aesthetic. Tundraland uses a veneer made from premium solid wood, matched to the specifications that you hand-picked, and then installs it over your existing cabinets.
New Doors, Drawer Fronts & Hardware Are Installed
Finally, the fronts of your cabinets will be transformed as our technicians expertly install your new cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and hardware. With all of these exterior pieces installed, your cabinets will be changed into something completely different and new.
While the exact timeframe for this project will depend on the size of your kitchen and number of cabinets, we typically complete our cabinet refacing services in about three days. Discuss the details with one of our knowledgeable team members by contacting Tundraland today.