Every homeowner's current and future cabinetry goals are different, so we will work with you to create an individualized cabinet refinishing plan. Our first step will be to prepare the area so that your floors, walls, and other belongings will not get any painting materials on them. Then, we'll remove grime or old paint and get the surface ready for a new finish. The cabinets will then be finished with paint in your desired color or a new stain to emphasize the grain of your wooden cabinets.
Why Should You Refinish Your Cabinets?
Dated colors or scratched finishes can make any home look old and worn-out, but this does not necessarily mean you need to rip out your cabinets and start over from scratch. As long as the cabinets themselves are in good condition, all you need to do is give them a fresh coat of paint. You can pick a classic neutral like black, white, or gray to make your home look fresh and modern, or you can pick a fun, bright color like blue or blush-pink to add a cheerful and trendy touch. The end result will be cabinets that look brand-new without requiring all the hassle of cabinet installation.