Not only is kitchen cabinet refacing less expensive than a total remodel, but it is also much quicker! Depending on the project, it could take as little as a couple of day to upgrade your kitchen.
First, a professional installer will come to your house to measure your cabinets and determine the materials required. As well, they will determine the correct sizes and quantities for door and drawer fronts, and how much hardware is needed accordingly.
When all the materials for your new kitchen are ready, your installer will be able to start your project. First, they will remove your old cabinet door and drawer fronts, and prepares the surface of the cabinet frame work for the new veneer finish. They may start by washing the exteriors with a degreaser and lightly sanding the finish. As well, if the surface has any gauges or significant dents, they will be filled to ensure a tight bond.
Once the cabinet frames work is done being prepared, the installer applies veneer to the cabinet faces and any exposed cabinet ends. This will ensure a cohesive and professional new look. Finally, they will mount the new doors, drawer fronts, and hardware.