Cabinet Door Replacement in Redding, Chico, & Sacramento, CA
Custom cabinet refacing in Redding, Ca and the surrounding area
Sometimes, you’re ready for a completely new look in your kitchen or bathroom, but the existing cabinets are in perfectly good condition. Don’t waste time and money on a complete kitchen remodel. Instead, give your cabinets a fresh, new look with N-Hance of Redding, Chico, & Sacramento’s Cabinet Door Replacement service!
With our Cabinet Door Replacement, you can keep your existing cabinets while upgrading the exterior with new, custom doors and drawer fronts. We have a large selection of door faces, edge profiles, and cabinet hardware you can choose from to match your cabinets to your specific tastes. Schedule a free, in-home estimate with N-Hance of Redding, Chico, & Sacramento today to start on your way to a fresh, updated, modern kitchen.
How Does Cabinet Refacing Work?
Typically, with a full kitchen remodel, a contractor has to come in and remove your existing cabinets, dispose of them, and bring inexpensive, new cabinet boxes to replace them, even though the old cabinets may still have several years of good use in them. This process can take days, or even weeks, depending on your contractor, during which you have only limited access, if any, to your kitchen.
With N-Hance of Redding, Chico, & Sacramento’s Cabinet Door Replacement, we leave your existing cabinets in place, only swapping out the doors and drawer fronts. We will work with you to create a kitchen or bathroom space that feels brand new without draining your bank account.
As a part of our cabinet door replacement service, your N-Hance technician will use N-Hance’s special process to match the color of your existing cabinets with your custom doors for a flawless transition between old and new. And rather than blocking off your kitchen for long periods, your cabinet door replacement can be completed in a fraction of the time.
What Makes N-Hance’s Process Superior to Traditional Cabinet Refacing?
Some traditional 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. The traditional way to reface your cabinets involves completely replacing the cabinet doors and fixtures you already have installed, which can be expensive. When you choose N-Hance to reface your cabinets, your time until completion will be shortened by days, if not weeks. Our process will update the doors in your kitchen and have them looking like they did the day they were first installed in your home.
Traditional Cabinet Refacing vs. N-Hance’s Renewal Process
|Traditional Cabinet Refacing||N-Hance’s Process|
|Average completion time||3-5 days||1-3 days (~5 days for custom colors)|
|Works with existing cabinet doors||No||Yes|
|Moisture resistant||Dependent on provider||Yes|
|Heat resistant||Dependent on provider||Yes|
|Scratch resistant||Dependent on provider||Yes|
|Impact resistant||Dependent on provider||Yes|
|Average cost||$10,000+||⅓ traditional costs|
What are my options?
One of the reasons people choose to do a complete cabinet refit in their homes is because they want to branch out. Rather than being stuck with the same look they’ve had in their home, they want to make a change. That’s why [franchise] offers a broad range of customization when it comes to new cabinet doors:
The style of your cabinet door—the profiles for the panels, edges, stiles, & rails—make up what is essentially the face of your cabinet. It’s the core structure around which everything else is built. Our team will work with you to decide what sorts of styles will be right for you.
The type of wood you choose for your cabinet doors can have a strong effect on the look and feel of your cabinets. Different woods have different densities, grains, and natural shades. Stains affect different types of wood in different ways. Some carry darker, richer tones while others will show through less.
When you’re choosing a color for your custom cabinet doors, you’re not limited to browns and tans. The possibilities are endless, from deep blues to bright reds, and everything in between. If you want a more earthy, natural feeling kitchen or you’re hoping for a colorful, modern look, we’re sure to have an option that works for you.
The sheen will be the finishing touch. A matte finish emphasizes muted tones to prevent the cabinets from overpowering the rest of the kitchen, while glossier sheens can make your cabinets really pop.
Easy Prep, Easy Process
One of the best parts of N-Hance of Redding, Chico, & Sacramento’s Cabinet Door Replacement service is that it takes very little work from you. All you really need to do is clear a path from the front door to the location of the cabinets, clear your countertops, and remove items from inside. Our technician will do the rest! The hardest part of your job will be deciding which of our options you like best! So contact us now to start deciding!
What are some of the benefits of N-Hance’s method over traditional cabinet refacing?
The most obvious benefit of updating your cabinets is how it will make you feel about your kitchen. Replacing the entire cabinet, however, is a bit of an overreaction and comes with a whole lot of mess, inconvenience, and expense. With cabinet refacing, you need to worry about matching the new cabinet doors with the original boxes. If they don’t match, then you may end up with the added headache of having the new doors, drawers, and existing cabinet boxes all refinished to match one another. This can add several days, or even weeks, during which you will have little to no access to your kitchen. You won’t have to spend any extra money on new cabinets and hardware, and you won’t have to find a way to dispose of your old cabinets, which will likely end up in a landfill.
How does N-Hance’s cabinet refinishing process work?
N-Hance is an affordable and innovative option for refinishing your wood cabinets without the expense, excess dust, inconvenience, and long-lasting odors that traditional kitchen cabinet refacing and cabinet painters can bring. We clean the cabinets you already have and give new life to them, making them look both modern and well-maintained without the mess or cost. N-Hance’s Lightspeed® Instant-Cure Wood Refinishing is what really sets us apart from our competitors, with minimal odor associated with it. Because it dries so quickly, it also allows N-Hance to complete most jobs in half the time as traditional cabinet refacing or refinishing companies. The Lightspeed process also cures the wood surfaces using a powerful ultraviolet light, giving your cabinets an extra layer of durable finish.
N-Hance’s process includes the following steps:
- Preparation and Detail. The N-Hance technician will mask and drape the job site first thing, to insure that your property is kept safe from stains, scratches, or other damages. There is no need for you to sweep or vacuum before we come, because our technicians always sweep and vacuum the site before working in order to remove dust from the surrounding area. The N-Hance technician will hand clean any tight areas of the cabinet to make sure that it is in the best shape possible before applying our finish. This step also includes removing and cleaning air conditioning vents to remove any dust that may be caught inside.
- Cleaning. Our technician will go over your cabinet surfaces and remove any contaminants that may have accumulated, such as dirt, wax, and grease build-up. This will help the new coating to go on evenly and last longer.
- Patching. If the current cabinets are scratched or cracked, we will patch and fill those flaws. (This step is not required in all situations.)
- Application. During the application stage, the N-Hance technician will spray between 3 and 5 coats of the color you have selected. Following the application, the technician will completely dry the cabinets.
- Protective Finish Application. Finally, the N-Hance technician will add a layer of our Protective Clear Coat Finish. N-Hance’s Lightspeed® process instantly cures the coating, meaning there is no drying time. The technician may also apply a second coat of finish in order to ensure that your cabinets are well-protected and look new for years to come.
- Inspection. After the process is complete, you and the technician will inspect the completed project together to make sure that you are happy with the results.