At one point in time, ‘remodeling’ simply meant replacing everything with newer upgrades. Nowadays, however, there are ways to transform components of your home without tossing them out. This is especially true for your kitchen cabinets. While the fronts of your cabinets experience wear and tear over the years, the rest of them stay in fairly good shape—so why tear them off the walls when you can reface them? Cabinet refacing involves updating only the exterior of them like the doors and drawer fronts, allowing for a renovation that is:
A total cabinet replacement can leave your wallet significantly lighter. The costs associated with a full replacement include not only the materials themselves, but also the extra labor needed to complete the project and any additional work that may need to be done, like paint touch-ups. Not to mention, a cabinet overhaul can render your kitchen useless for a period of time, which means paying more to dine out or order takeout.
During a cabinet refacing project, the fronts of your cabinet doors and drawers are removed, reworked, and re-installed while the rest of your cabinets stay in place. This means that instead of a lengthy project, the work can be done in a much shorter span of time—typically only a few days!
If you were to completely replace your cabinets, it would require sourcing wood and additional materials to manufacture them, and your old cabinets would most likely end up in a landfill. Cabinet refacing eliminates this, making it a much more environmentally friendly option.
Now that you know what cabinet refacing is and the benefits it offers, are you ready to complete the process? If so, Tundraland is the company to partner with. We expertly perform cabinet refacing services for Wisconsin homeowners, completing the process in only three days. Contact us today for more information.