Cabinet Painting Services
Cabinets that have recently been painted can give an entire room a new look and feel. Painting a cabinet a dark color can make it match any appliances that you just bought or provide a more formal tone to the space in general. Painting cabinets white or any other light color can make a room feel larger, cleaner or brighter.
What Are Some Benefits of Cabinet Painting?
There are many benefits to having your cabinets painted, such as:
- Getting a new look without replacing them completely
- Saving time, money and natural resources
- Having the ability to use your kitchen while painting takes place
If you choose to have your cabinets replaced entirely, you may have to give up use of that space until the project is completed. By having your cabinets painted instead, they can be removed and refinished elsewhere before being installed back into place.
Retain the Character of the Cabinet
Some people enjoy keeping original components of their cabinets as they can add character and charm to a space. Choosing to paint a cabinet allows you to restore it to its original condition. Even if you choose to paint it a different color or opt to use paint instead of stain, the cabinet will still retain a part of its history and charm.
Retaining original pieces within a home or historic building can help preserve or even potentially increase the value of the structure. As the wood is protected by the paint, you can feel good about it lasting for decades. If you want to refinish the cabinets in the future, you can just have us simply remove the current paint and replace it with a new coat.
We’ll Take the Time to Discuss the Project Before Work Begins
We believe in providing the best possible customer service at all times. This means offering free estimates and giving our own insight into how a project can be done in a timely and an affordable manner while still meeting your needs.
Feel free to call us today at (214) 238-9355 to schedule an estimate or get other information about how we can help with your cabinet painting project in Dallas.