Can You Just Replace Cabinet Doors?October 26, 2020
Perhaps you’ve been looking for ways to revitalize your kitchen’s visual appeal without breaking the bank and you’ve come across the process that is kitchen cabinet refacing. Cabinet refacing involves keeping your existing cabinetry’s structure intact while replacing the cabinet doors and installing a new veneer. You may have heard that this is a faster, more cost-effective way to overhaul your kitchen’s aesthetic and, in many cases, can take the place of a full kitchen remodel. But upon hearing this, you may have found yourself asking: “Really? Can you just replace cabinet doors without addressing the rest of your kitchen and still see impressive results?” And the answer is a resounding yes, as long as you’re working with the right team.
Why Your Cabinet Doors Are So Important to Your Kitchen’s Aesthetic
It may seem impossible for your entire kitchen to receive a visual boost when you just replace your cabinet doors, but consider this: When you walk into a kitchen, what are your eyes drawn to? If you were to give two or three answers to that question, it’s a guarantee that cabinetry would be on the list. Why? Because, at a very basic level, cabinetry is typically in your direct sightline whenever you walk into a kitchen. But perhaps more than that, it’s what gives the room character. Much of the room’s design and style will hinge on the cabinet fronts, so of course they will get your attention! That’s why, when you’re looking for an easy way to transform your kitchen, replacing your cabinet doors through a refacing project can make a huge difference.
Making the Right Choices When It Comes to Refacing Your Kitchen Cabinets
The overall success of a kitchen cabinet refacing project will be based on the decisions you make throughout the process. First, you have to choose a reliable company to work with. Like with any home improvement investment, the caliber of your new-look cabinet doors will depend heavily on the caliber of the team you’re getting them from. But beyond that decision, you should put plenty of thought into the material you’re selecting for your refacing project. Specifically, you’ll need to decide whether wood or laminate will suit your kitchen—and your home—better. And when you partner with the right team, you can have help with that decision, as the experts should have plenty of input that will make your choice far easier.
Why You Should Partner With Kitchen Saver® When You Need to Replace Your Cabinet Doors
While you can enjoy a major boost in your kitchen’s beauty when you replace only your cabinet doors, working with a company that goes the extra mile can only help. That’s what we do at Kitchen Saver, as our Custom Cabinet Renewal projects take kitchen cabinet refacing to the next level. We will start with your cabinet fronts, executing a flawless refacing project with your choice of furniture-grade wood, premium laminate, or medium-density fiberboard. But upon completion of the cabinetry transformation—which includes the sides and bottoms of your cabinet boxes—we will address the rest of your kitchen space.
Based on your wants and needs, Kitchen Saver can provide you with installations of new sinks and fixtures, updated countertops, under-cabinet lighting, and customized storage accessories. With all of these upgrades coming in addition to your new cabinet doors, your new-look kitchen may truly be unrecognizable. The best part is, all of these extra upgrades essentially mean you’re getting a full kitchen remodel at the price of a kitchen cabinet refacing project. In other words, when pay to replace your cabinet doors with us, you can get that and so much more. How can you beat that?
Learn More Today
For more information about replacing your cabinet doors during a refacing project and to find out more about our Custom Cabinet Renewal projects, contact Kitchen Saver today. We proudly serve homeowners throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.