How the San Diego cabinet refacing process works
The San Diego cabinet refacing process is much easier than replacing the cabinets entirely. The process can be completed in as little as three to four days, depending on the size of your kitchen. First old doors, drawer fronts and moldings are removed and then your old cabinets are prepared for new exteriors. The exteriors of the cabinets are then covered with the new material you choose. Common materials include wood or a laminate. Popular woods include cherry, oak, maple and walnut. Then your new custom built doors, drawer fronts and moldings are installed and you have a brand new kitchen without the hefty remodeling price tag.
Is San Diego cabinet refacing enough?
If you don’t feel that improving the look of your cabinets will give you the brand new kitchen you dream of you can still get additional work done and still save money. At the same time you can add new countertops, additional cabinets, or modifications for new appliances. You can also think about new sinks and faucets, too. Visit Pacific Kitchens to learn more about the refacing process and what other things can be done to your kitchen so you have the perfect kitchen for you.