As you go through the kitchen remodel process, you soon realize that it can be quite expensive. The flooring, cabinetry, appliances, countertops, and décor quickly add up to a large amount. This is the time to decide if your cabinets are a good candidate for refacing. Kitchen refacing San Diego involves adding new exteriors to existing cabinets. To determine if your cabinets are ready to be refaced, consider the following:
- Is the structure of your cabinets sound? Ensure that your cabinets are still in good, usable condition. Cabinets with rotting wood or other damage may not be suitable for refacing.
- Are your cabinets capable of being removed with ease? Cabinets that are built into a home cannot be refaced off-site. If your cabinets can be removed with relative ease without damaging the cabinets or surrounding structure, they can be refaced.
- Are you ready to save significant amounts of money? Refacing is much less expensive than buying and installing new cabinets. If you are ready to save money, you are ready to have your cabinets refaced.