Off-Kilter, Off-Hinge, Or Just Plain Ugly? Are These Your Cabinets?

Run-Down Cabinets? Maybe They Need a Facelift.

Are you one of the millions of Americans who have cabinets missing nobs? Or perhaps you fall under the ‘my cabinets don’t close all the way’ category. And then there’s a slim, but still possible, chance that you might even be (say it ain’t so!) missing cabinet doors all together. If any of these dire kitchen-based scenarios sounds like you then it might be the time for some action. Don’t be alarmed! We’re not talking about a full demolition here; just a facelift, so to speak. Thinking of replacing cabinets can be a little overwhelming and, on its face, can appear to be a pricy endeavor.

Well, we have good news for you. Rather than completely demolish your current cabinets, give them the look and finish that makes them look and feel new, without all the hassle of high-priced construction and days away from the kitchen (eating out can get old). The way to do this is through a simple investment in a beautiful cabinet refacing .

It’s estimated that a full cabinet replacement can cost anywhere from $15,000 to $40,000 depending on the scale – you could buy a new car for that price (but then you’d still have a decrepit kitchen, no money, and probably a lot of fast food meals in your future). With that type of money on the line it’s especially troubling that a full replacement can take weeks and even months to complete, so you’ll get used to being out of the house for quite some time. Cabinet refacing takes only a few days and doesn’t leave sawdust or other construction debris around your kitchen to ruin flooring or nick the walls. Speed is the key with refacing.

A clean, briskly installed cabinet refacing job from Granite Transformations.

Here at Granite Transformations all of our overlays incorporate our composite wooden material, which is in fact stronger than wood and can be shaped to fit any existing cabinet or kitchen. In addition to that they can be cleaned with simple soap and water, which won’t stain, leave water marks, or damage whatever color you choose. Beyond convenience, they’re mighty durable, too.

Rich mohagoney tones with your choice of knob accents.

These aren’t your grandmother’s cabinets (unless of course you’re buying them for her). They can fit any style you desire, from rich mahogany finishes to modern glass see-through models with metal knobs and handles. The world is your oyster. You could go with an under the door handle or choose from a variety of visible handles that are sure to please. Essentially, cabinet refacing is an easy process absolutely replete with choice. Next time your cabinet wobbles open and then won’t even shut it might be a time to give us a call and see what kind of cabinet possibilities you can have at your fingertips.

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