As your cabinets become worn and experience wear and tear over time, you might be looking for a way to restore the sheen and lustre they had. There’s a few different way that this can be achieved, including through cabinet resurfacing. Cabinet resurfacing, much like cabinet refacing, is a process that’s designed to give your cabinet a real facelift. This is done in a few different ways, including replacing all the outward parts that are worn out, like the cabinet doors. This process is far easier and cheaper than simply replacing your cabinets and is perfect if the existing structure is completely intact.
Cabinet resurfacing and cabinet refinishing are another of the restorative cabinet services that we provide. So what is resurfacing exactly? And how does it differ from cabinet refacing or refinishing. Well, cabinet resurfacing is the process whereby the existing cabinet framework is resurfaced with laminate and the doors and drawers are replaced. Cabinet resurfacing and refacing are similar processes, with the ultimate aim being to give your cabinets a facelift. Refinishing doesn’t involve replacing or removing any existing parts of your cabinets. We are the carpenters with the woodworking expertise necessary to help you resurface your cabinets, including replacing outward facing parts.
Part of the resurfacing process is replacing cabinets doors. Often, you’ll find that much of the superficial damage, and that impact that that has, only effects the cabinets doors and other outward facing parts of the cabinet and that the cabinet itself is still solid and sound. It doesn’t make sense to replace the cabinet if this is the case, but you may wish to undo the unsightly wear and tear that’s occurred. If this is your aim, then resurfacing your cabinets and replacing the doors and other parts is the perfect choice to really restore your cabinets.
Restore Your Cabinets
Resurfacing your cabinets is a way in which you can undo the wear and tear that’s started to develop and really restore their look. The look of your cabinets can really suffer over time as wear and tear from use, and other factors, begins to set in. Resurfacing can restore the look that your cabinets had before or be used to create a brand new look and feel. It’s entirely up to you. Either way, resurfacing is a great way to give your cabinets back that shine they once had.
Both the décor of your bathroom and kitchen is heavily dependent on your cabinets. Worn out or cabinets that have otherwise been damaged probably don’t give your home the look that you want. Resurfacing your cabinets can be a way to really recapture the look that your bathroom or kitchen once had. You can get back that modern and stylish look you worked hard to create, all without having to spend a lot of money on replacing your cabinets. Both rooms really have an impact on the overall décor of your home, so giving them the right look is important.