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Affordable Cabinet Refacing is a kitchen cabinet refacing company and therefore, does not offer Refinishing services in which existing doors and cabinet boxes are stained or re-coated in any way. For complete details as to what refacing consists of please click on the blue "What is Refacing" Tab/Link on the left side of this page.
The kitchen is often considered to be the most important room in a house; this is where your home improvement investment typically pays off if done right. Your investment can pay even bigger dividends if you opt for cabinet refacing rather than cabinet replacement. Refacing can add as much value to your home as totally replacing cabinets and is far less expensive.
Typically, the cost to replace kitchen cabinets ranges from $15,000-40,000. The cost incurred varies greatly based on a few main factors:
Depending on how many cabinets and how big your kitchen is, the average kitchen cabinet refacing project costs anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000. This is a mere fraction of what it costs when replacing kitchen cabinets. By refacing your cabinets you’ll save a lot of time as well. The typical refacing project takes only two to four days to complete versus several weeks or even months to complete a full kitchen remodeling project.
Your cabinet refacing project will give you almost instant gratification. You’ll have a noticeable and dramatic change in just a few short days. A clean and modern kitchen is well within your reach along with increased functionality:
Unlike a total cabinet replacement, cabinet refacing is easy and fast. Most cabinet refacing companies take less than four days to complete a project. The cabinet refacing company makes new drawers and doors for your cabinets based on a diagram of your kitchen and its measurements; then they deliver and install them.
As you can see, cabinet refacing is an inexpensive alternative to replacing your cabinets. And you can still create a dramatic change in any kitchen. Because cabinet refacing costs so much less than the cost to replace cabinets, the decision is often an easy one for most homeowners.