Reface Cabinets offers a different service from many of our competitors offer. We do not use thin laminate veneers in our process!
After we remove your old doors and drawer fronts, Reface Cabinets uses 1/4" thick hardwood to reface the fronts, sides and end panels of your old cabinet boxes. Finally, we replace your existing doors and drawer fronts with new ones. Reface Cabinets can provide doors and drawer fronts in any available hardwood species, but Maple is what 95% of our.. customers choose because it is beautiful, durable, cost effective, and can be stained almost any color. Blum soft close hinges are standard, and if we provide new drawer boxes, they will be mounted on Accuride auto closing glides.
Our process allows us to provide the beautiful cabinets you want for about 1/2 the cost of replacing your existing cabinets with quality units. All your materials will be custom cut and finished off site, and when we come back to do the installation, we will typically be in and out of your home in 3 days. Cabinet Refacing is the least disruptive way to update your kitchen. You will not even have to unload your cabinets, and you will have the use of your kitchen morning and night during the installation.
Contact us now to find how we can save you money upgrading to a beautiful kitchen. And if you already have a quote from one of the Big Box outfits, you will be surprised at the price Reface Cabinets LLC, can reface your cabinets in real solid wood for.
Reface Cabinets LLC is fully covered with Liability Insurance and Workers Comp. We are members of the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
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Very thorough sales process combined with a high quality product and excellent installation craftsmanship. Unbelievable transformation for our kitchen. Would definitely highly recommend this company... to anyone interested in refacing.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Reface Cabinets just finished our remodeled kitchen. They worked well with us throughout the process and did an excellent quality job on the final installation and detail work, including solving a... few unforeseen problems. Trust them; they'll take good care of your needs!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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Very thorough sales process combined with a high quality product and excellent installation craftsmanship. Unbelievable transformation for our kitchen. Would definitely highly recommend this company to anyone interested in refacing.
Reface Cabinets just finished our remodeled kitchen. They worked well with us throughout the process and did an excellent quality job on the final installation and detail work, including solving a few unforeseen problems. Trust them; they'll take good care of your needs!
Reface did the refacing of cabinets in my kitchen, installed pull out drawers in kitchen island and installed drawer and door pulls. They did a great job with great attention to detail. They were always careful to protect the surface of the cabinets during the install which I really appreciate! They were on time and finished earlier than originally anticipated. I had a small problem with one of the pullout drawers the day after the installation was completed. Dennis from Reface came out that very day and quickly took care of it for me. It was a positive experience working with them. The finished product is beautiful!
Great job on my kitchen cabinets. The only downside was I should of had it done sooner. I spoke with several companies before choosing Reface Cabinets. I couldn't be happier with the job they did. Its will worth the investment. Dennis Callahan was great to work with along with the installers. If your thinking about having your cabinets redone I would defiantly give them a call.
Dennis and Reface Cabinets were very easy to work with. He was very knowledgeable about refacing cabinets and was a wealth of information. We refaced my builder-grade peeling white thermofoil kitchen cabinet doors with Clean Glazed Maple doors. We also had additional modification work done Ė 1) converting an open desk space to cabinet space, 2) modifying my kitchen island to install a microwave drawer, and 3) modifying my oven cutout from a single oven to a double oven. Throughout the entire process Dennis was always available to answer any question I had, and was receptive and accommodating to any change I requested (using the Change Order process so that everyone is on the same page). As with any project, a couple of issues came up, but Dennis was quick to rectify and resolve. He truly tries to make the customer happy. We really appreciated that and we are very happy with our new kitchen! We were very pleased with Reface Cabinets and would not hesitate to recommend.
Reface Cabinets refaced our kitchen cabinets. The quality of work is outstanding. The new drawers and doors are solid wood and beautiful. Every aspect of the process was easy and professional. My cabinets are now a show place! Thank you Dennis and Reface Cabinets!
Reface Cabinets LLC did a great job in re-facing our old kitchen cabinets/drawers. The whole process from start to finish took less than 4 weeks and actual work of installation was done in less than 8 hours. Service, quality of product and installation done by Reface Cabinets LLC was simply outstanding and at a very reasonable cost. Dennis Callahan @ Reface Cabinets LLC was always available to answer any questions or concerns we had and they exceeded our expectation. In future if we ever need any re-facing cabinetwork done - folks at Reface Cabinets LLC will be the first people we call. Will definitely recommend Reface Cabinets LLC to friends and family.
Check out the photos in the album Before and After to see this job. When we started, the cabinets were a pretty sad example of cheap builder grade MDF doors, wrapped in Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) which was splitting and coming off in some places. The customers elected to have us reface with new solid Maple doors and drawer fronts, and use our 1/4" milled maple facings on their cabinet boxes instead of thin wood laminate. The results speak for themselves!
Our recent experience with cabinet refacing using Reface Cabinets was great! All personnel that we dealt with were professional, all appointment times were promptly kept and the quality of the workmanship and product were excellent. There were a few adjustments that needed to be made to some of the cabinet hardware after installation and the company did not disappoint - they were there promptly the next day and made all requested adjustments. We highly recommend this company!
This was another pretty Antique Glaze refacing job.As soon as the customer's get their new back splash installed, we will go take some after photos and get them posted.
I didnít know how confusing refacing cabinets could be until I started getting quotes for the service. I was overwhelmed initially at the cost and the limited options that I was given. Reface Cabinets was my 5th quote and they came in with all the answers I was looking for. They laid out all of my options and I was able to select a more affordable option for my budget. I was very impressed with their knowledge and expertise on cabinetry. They were also great in helping me select a stain that would match my granite countertops. The whole process from start to finish was seamless and I truly love my new cabinets!
This was an interesting job in that this customer had us make up a new stain which really turned out beautiful. Probably about half of our customers have us do a custom color or stain and we do not charge extra for doing so. A lot of times we can reuse the existing drawer boxes but not here, so we supplied new ones. The new drawer boxes were mounted on Blum BluMotion under-mount glides, which we believe to be the best quality available. Our position in the market is to provide a good value while using the best quality material, components, and finishes.
Just recently purchased a home and did some remodeling. I did my homework and checked KUDZU for reviews on most every contractor I hired. I interviewed 3 Cabinet Refacing contractors and decided on this company. They were competitive in price and offered more options. As it turned out I wish the rest of the subs I hired were as good as these guys. From the saleman Dennis who initially came out, to the installers Bill and Dianne, it was a great experience. Always communicated well, returned calls, showed up when they said they would and completed in less time than quoted. I have nothing but rave reviews for Reface Cabinets LLC! I love my new kitchen!
The finish the customers chose was a very pretty antique white glaze with a sand through effect. Will post some pictures of it in the gallery. Anyway, it made an incredible change from the dated looking kitchen they started out with. They bring up a great point about our signature refacing product. We do not need to use outside corner moldings when we reface cabinets, because the facing material we use, is milled from actual Maple or Cherry lumber. It costs more than cutting up strips of plywood, or some thin laminate, that most of our competitors use to do the cabinet faces with, but our milled facing material finishes just as good on the edge as it does on the front side. Because of this, outside corner moldings aren't needed on the cabinets. So our process avoids spoiling the lines of the cabinets with moldings which don't look like they belong.
We had our kitchen cabinets refaced. The quality of the material was excellent, the installers great. When this owner says you must be satisfied, he really means it. We have never been more satisfied with work done in our home.
We took this kitchen from a very dated white painted look to a modern design, in a very light stained Maple. It is hardly darker than a clear coat, but stained just enough to make the pretty wood grain stand out. If you look closely at the corner area in the before photo, and then look at the after photo, you can see where we combined 6 of their original cabinet doors into 3 new doors. This eliminated the top row of very small doors. There were actually 12 doors combined into 6 new taller doors in this project, but only 1/2 of them are visible in these photos. Not only do the taller doors provide more modern look, but that top row of tiny doors, also saves a good bit of money. There are significant fixed costs per door in a refacing job, and those fixed costs don't change no matter how small the doors are. We also replaced their drawers with new maple drawer boxes on soft close glides, and provided four full extension pull out shelves in their base cabinets.
We're very pleased with both the result of the refacing and the work of the reface cabinets team. The team were friendly and profrssional and the cabinets look great.
This project was another one where the customers elected to use real cherry (most folks have us work in maple) for their refacing. And it really made a dramatic difference in their kitchen. There are two photos posted - under "builder white to cherry" showing before and after, from the same angle. The detail in Cherry grain is beautiful, although it does cost more than maple. We can stain maple to any color, but the only way to have that cherry grain is to to work with the real thing.
After deciding to upgrade our kitchen cabinets we went through a very thorough evaluation. We interviewed several companies both big and small. We also checked references. Ultimately we chose to work with Dennis and Reface Cabinets. It ended up to be a great decision. Our kitchen looks beautiful. Bill and Dianne are true craftsman. They take pride in their work and are great to work with. We have had a lot of work done in our home and without question Reface has been the best. We highly recommend them.
This project involved refacing a previously hand brushed glaze finish in a very large kitchen. We refaced most of the kitchen in an antique white with a clean glaze. The exception was, the customers had us reface one of the two islands, in a contrasting stain on natural cherry. Check out the before and after photos of the cherry island. Very fancy with carved solid cherry corbels. They also had us replace all their old drawer boxes with new maple drawer boxes, which we provided on lifetime warranty soft close glides.
After evaluating 4-5 options, we hired Reface Cabinets to reface our kitchen cabinets and we were very pleased with the results. Few things worth mentioning - 1. The entire process was explained well in advance. Different styles, Upgrade options, their benefits/pricing etc were clearly explained by Dennis. Overall, their pricing was competitive compared to big brand names. 2. The craftsmanship was excellent. No shortcuts were taken. All the material used (wood, hinges, rails etc) was of superior quality. 3. The team (Dennis and Bill) were very professional and pleasant to work with. Overall, I noticed that they take pride in what they do and would go an extra mile to make sure that they meet their commitment. Would highly recommend them !
These customers had a very outdated looking light wood stained kitchen, which they had us reface in our Colonial Cherry stain. Unlike most of the kitchens we see the drawer boxes and glides were not in good condition so in addition to the solid hardwood refacing, we supplied new Maple drawer boxes on heavy duty Accuride drawer glides, which carry a lifetime manufacturer's warranty. Photos from this job are posted in the Gallery in a series of 4 photos with "MJ Colonial Cherry" in the photo names. In particular the photo After Photo3 is a very impressive shot, which the customer took after our camera malfunctioned.
My overall experience with Reface Cabinets was very good - They were very patient while we explored many different cabinet alternatives and acted very much in a consultative nature. We went from a standard builder grade white to a maple reface - Dennis was very responsive to questions and pricing alternatives. We were impressed with the actual work performed by Bill. He was on time, friendly, and always considerate about leaving a clean working environment. I would recommend Reface Cabinet to anyone looking for a "rip and replace" alternative.
We see lots of builder white kitchens that folks want updated as they start showing problems. This kitchen had painted white MDF doors and drawer fronts which were starting to swell in locations near the sink and dishwasher. We looked a lots of alternatives in Maple, Cherry, and Antique Glaze. In the end the customers settled on rich brown stain the had us implement in Maple. You can see the photos from this job in our Kudzu Gallery - three photos "Builder White to Winchester Brown"