refacing install process

Cabinet RefacingProtect:
floors and appliances with drop cloths to prevent scratches, dirt and dust buildup.


Cabinet RefacingRemove:
Doors, drawer fronts, molding, and other attachments are removed from existing cabinets.


Cabinet RefacingModify:
Add additional cabinets, repair any cabinets needing structural repair such as replacing cabinet floors under sink.


Cabinet RefacingFlush:
All cabinet exterior surfaces with luan including cabinet bottoms.


Cabinet RefacingEncapsulate:
All cabinet exterior surfaces with new solid wood prefinished veneer or laminate, permanently bonding veneers to cabinet exteriors, the grain pattern duplicates the look of custom cabinets.


Cabinet RefacingHang:
New matching solid wood doors and drawer fronts, new matching trim molding, custom handles and hinges.


Cabinet RefacingInstall:
New drawer boxes and glide systems.


Cabinet RefacingFit :
New matching toekicks at base of cabinets.


Cabinet RefacingCleanup:
Everyday and at the end of the job, hauling away all job related debris including old doors and drawer fronts.


Cabinet RefacingInspect:
Walk the entire job with you to ensure that all of our quality standards are met and that you are completely satisfied with the project.