If updating kitchen cabinets is on your horizon, you’ve probably done your research and know that cabinet refinishing, refacing, or replacement are your options.
Cabinet refinishing is the least expensive of the three, and meets the needs of most homeowners. Here are the benefits of choosing cabinet refinishing over any other method.
The Downfalls Of Cabinet Replacing And Refacing
Replacing your kitchen cabinets is a large-scale renovation that also carries the heftiest price tag. With this option, your cabinets—including boxes and inner structures—are completely torn out and replaced with all new cabinets.
While the thought of completely revamping your cabinet layout sounds intriguing, the hit to your budget might not. While various factors can impact the bottom line for a kitchen renovation, choosing a cabinet replacement method can cost upwards of $50,000.
Refacing cabinets is better in terms of cost—averaging about $10,000-$15,000 depending on the size of your kitchen—but still isn’t the most affordable option, and may not be worth the price.
Refacing involves completely replacing cabinet doors with a new face or veneer while leaving the structure and boxes intact. You can expect to wait a week or more to order new cabinet doors, plus another week to have them installed.
If you really can’t stand the face structure of your cabinets, this could be worth it to you. Otherwise, you can give your cabinets an entirely new look for much less by updating the color with cabinet refinishing.
Cabinet Refinishing In Northwest New Jersey
N-Hance is the #1 cabinet refinisher in the United States—and for good reason. We’ve mastered the art of providing the highest quality cabinets to our customers for a small fraction of the cost compared to other methods out there.
You no longer have to settle for being over charged for unnecessary services, or having anything less than your dream kitchen. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!