Much of your kitchen’s visual appeal is determined by the state of your cabinets. When you consider how much wall space they occupy, that really isn’t a surprise. So, when you think of the tone your current cabinets set for the room as a whole, are you happy with it, or are you looking to make a change? If you answered yes to the latter, the good news is that you have options. Between replacing and refacing your cabinets, you have the chance to make the right investment for your needs and budget. But which is more budget-friendly? Is it cheaper to replace or reface cabinets?
To answer those questions, estimates show that a typical cabinet refacing project costs a fraction of what a full cabinet replacement might cost. Given how transformative such a project can be for your kitchen, that’s an exceptional value. But is refacing the right route to take at your home? Let Kitchen Saver® help you find out.
What Differentiates Cabinet Refacing From Cabinet Replacement?
While it’s cheaper to reface your cabinets rather than replace them, it’s important that you know whether or not a refacing project will work for your kitchen. That all comes down to the state your cabinets are currently in. If they’re structurally sound and are simply in need of an aesthetic upgrade, you’ll be wise to invest in a refacing job. The refacing process involves keeping your cabinet boxes structurally intact while their exteriors get a facelift. You’ll have new cabinet doors and drawers installed in your choice of material and color so that your new-look cabinetry can reflect your sense of style. But this type of project only makes sense if your cabinets are in good enough shape to only need a visual refresh. If they’re falling apart and showing signs of being beyond salvaging, it’s better to pay the extra money for a replacement project. That way, you’ll have a completely fresh start with cabinets that are at their peak both aesthetically and functionally.
Go Above & Beyond Cabinet Refacing With a Custom Cabinet Renewal Project
If you’re looking for the best cabinet refacing service for your home, there’s no better team to call than the one at Kitchen Saver. We reface cabinets with top-quality materials, including furniture-grade wood (maple, cherry, or oak), premium laminate, and medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Not only that, but we offer a wide selection of colors and finishes for you to choose from so you can get the perfect look for your new cabinets.
What’s more, our refacing work is just one aspect of the Custom Cabinet Renewal projects we offer. These projects are designed to produce the results of a kitchen remodel for a fraction of the cost, so we can install new sinks and fixtures, updated countertops, under-cabinet lighting, and space-saving storage accessories to complete your space’s transformation. Whatever your dream kitchen might be, we can make it a reality.
Get Started Today
For more information about refacing your cabinets with Kitchen Saver, get in touch with us today. We would love to hear about the vision you have for your space and we can’t wait to show you how one of our Custom Cabinet Renewal projects will bring that vision to life!