A: When painting kitchen cabinets, avoid latex paint. There are few products on the market designed specifically for cabinets. It really is best to leave it up to the professionals.
A: Depends on the kind of refacing. Typical refacing involves applying adhesive to existing cabinets and then covering cabinets with cheap veneer. It’s not durable and hard to repair. N-Hance hybrid refacing, however, replaces doors and drawer fronts and expertly matches all the fronts.
A: It depends on your area and kitchen size. Typical cabinet painting can come at a low cost, however, if extensive preparation is not completed, followed by products not made specifically for wood, you could be facing costly results. The average ticket of N-Hance is $5,500.
A: Yes! If done properly, refinishing cabinets can bring a high ROI on your home value since it is significantly less money than a full kitchen remodel.
A: Refinishing is significantly cheaper than replacing cabinets.
A: Refinishing involves changing the finish on wood cabinets. Refacing involves covering cabinets with a veneer or thermofoil material bond by adhesives.
A: Not easily. Refinishing cabinets involves countless hours of either sanding or harsh chemical, plus curing time. You’re looking at several days, if not weeks of disruption.
A: Cabinet refinishing is stripping off the existing finish of your cabinets and adding a new finish such as stain, paint or other products.