Looking To Update Your Kitchen Cabinets in Denver?
If you’re looking to update your kitchen cabinets in Denver, but you’re not looking to spend a small fortune of money on a complete kitchen remodel, N-Hance of Denver is perfect for you! N-Hance Wood Refinishing services can give new life to your old cabinets in Denver, renewing their natural beauty or updating them with a more modern look. We can help you refresh your current finish, go for a deeper color, or change the look of your cabinets completely. We offer a gorgeous, factory-style finish that’s designed to withstand years of wear and tear.
Cabinet refinishing is the most convenient and affordable option when it comes to updating your kitchen. The complete process takes place in your home and does not require the removal of your cabinets. Refinishing can be completed within a few days and is much less expensive than cabinet replacement or refacing. We are the #1 cabinet refinisher in the USA!
People often think if they want to change their cabinets, replacing them is the only option. Cabinet replacement is a large-scale kitchen renovation that carries the largest price tag between refinishing, refacing & replacing. For this process, your existing cabinets will be removed and replaced with brand new cabinets.
You can make significant changes to your kitchen layout and adjust the number of cabinets you have. Replacing your cabinets offers you new possibilities, but it is not a cheap option. According to current market trends, the price of a standard full kitchen renovation costs around $50,000. Of course, various factors will affect that price.
Don’t Reface Your Cabinets.
Refacing your cabinets involves completely replacing the existing cabinet doors, fixtures and visible surfaces with a new face or veneer. Some cabinet refacing projects can take as long as five days, and that’s not even including the week or more it can take to order the doors and veneers. This process is a good choice for homeowners who want a new shape for their cabinet doors and drawers but don’t have plans to change the existing kitchen cabinet layout.
If you plan to reface your cabinets, you can expect to pay somewhere between $10,000 and $15,000. The final cost will ultimately depend on the size of your kitchen and the various options you choose.
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Not sure what service you need?Contact us today to discuss your cabinet refinishing project or request a free, no-obligation in-home consultation!
“Great experience with N-Hance of Denver. The installers were professional and treated our home with great respect. From set up to billing, this company is customer focused and makes working with them a pleasure. The work quality is outstanding.”
Mike C., ★★★★★
“Color change on my cabinets looks awesome! My experience with all employees was excellent. I would highly recommend N-Hance of Denver!”
Kris F., ★★★★★
“These guys did a great job! Andy was professional and on time. Our cabinets look great – I would recommend!”
Allyson J., ★★★★★
“Andy and his crew do amazing work. So happy with the value from N-Hance, saved enough money refinishing our cabinets to pay for countertops and appliances. Highly Recommended!”
Mike M., ★★★★★
“N-Hance of Denver has an amazing process that is years ahead of its competitors in quality and technology. Gorgeous is what comes to mind when I think of the finished product. Andy and his team are of the highest caliber with their standards of finish work and how they care for your home.”
Nathaniel C., ★★★★★
“We love our new kitchen. The new color makes it look like a full remodel.”
Cabinet Refinishing is an innovative process that costs much less than cabinet replacement or refacing.
As the name suggests, cabinet refinishing entails restoring the original finish of your existing cabinets. Cabinet refinishing begins with a complete cleansing and degreasing of your cabinets’ wooden surfaces. Repairs to any damaged areas then follow. At this point, you can choose to either restore the original finish of your cabinets or refinish them in a different color, depending on your preferences.
Our process is typically 1/3 the cost of cabinet refacing and 1/5 the cost of replacing your cabinets.
N-Hance takes a unique approach to the cabinet refinishing process. Our products and techniques are made specifically for kitchen cabinets. Thanks to our comprehensive research and development, we possess preparation & finishing methods that give our projects optimal effectiveness, efficiency, and durability.
We use a patented & sandless renewal technique to degrease, clean, and restore your cabinets’ existing finish without leaving any mess or odors behind. Most of our work also takes place in your home and we are able to provide durable, factory-style finishes with optimal efficiency & economy. We also have thousands of color options to choose from so you can get the perfect cabinet color for your kitchen!
N-Hance Refinishing vs. Painting
Our process is actually not at all like painting. We take the time to neutralize and repair any water damage, seal the surface of the wood and then work with the existing finish by applying several coats of water-borne polyurethane. Depending on which service you choose, the color and topcoats are applied by spray or hand finish but the result is always the same, our clients can’t believe they have the same kitchen.
If you are considering a kitchen renovation for your old cabinets, there is a very good chance we can restore the cabinets that you already have and make them look better than when they were new. The truth is, the cabinets in your home were probably manufactured with a lot more ‘Real’ wood than most of the products on the market today… Retaining those higher-quality solid wood cabinets and restoring them with N-Hance of Denver is going to look great while saving you money.
The Stages of the N-Hance Refinishing Process:
Step 1: Prep & Detail
After consultation and being certain of your desires for your cabinets, we get to work.
Preparation of the job site is accomplished by masking and draping the work area to protect your property.
We remove knobs and other hardware to allow us to paint all of the cabinet surface.
If needed, we will patch and fill any cracks and gaps in the wood to make it look new again.
Step 2: Cleaning
Here we remove dust and debris on and around the cabinets. We use our unique cleaning solution to clean the surfaces.
Our cleaning draws dirt out of the porous wood.
To ensure the area is completely dust-free, we remove and clean air vents.
Step 3: Apply Finish
We “remove the grain raise”, which simply means making the wood smoother, and remove contaminates.
We apply a sealer.
For a color change, we spray 3 to 5 coats of stain on each piece. (With color shift jobs, color coats are applied by hand.)
Cabinets are then dried (often with a fan).
We polish the cabinets before adding a finish. This is also known as burnishing.
Step 4: Add Protective Finish
A clear coat is applied to protect the stain over time.
After a short dry time, a second protective coat is applied.
We then use our Lightspeed technology to instantly cure the finish.
Step 5: Inspection
We want you to be happy with the results!
We inspect every piece and place it all back together. We wait for your inspection and okay to ensure your complete satisfaction.
N-Hance of Denver has a full customer satisfaction guarantee!
Step 6: In-Home Maintenance
When your cabinet renewal is complete, we will leave you with care instructions. Every service includes a maintenance kit with more instructions and tools to care for your newly renewed cabinets.
Quality & Durability You Dream Of. Price & Convenience You Desire.
Need to simply tune-up and renew the look of your existing kitchen cabinets? With our classic refinishing service, you can restore the luster of your cabinets, while preserving the existing tone and grain of your cabinets. We use a patented & sandless renewal technique to degrease, clean, and restore your cabinets’ existing finish. Our durable, beautiful finish allows us to refresh your cabinets quickly and affordably. Check out this video to see just how the process works: