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Should I Paint or Refinish my Kitchen Cabinets?

February 19, 2020

Change the look of your kitchen cabinets without paying for replacement.

 

Here’s the problem: most cabinets today have laminate fronts, so sanding and painting those will likely end with less-than-ideal results. Technically, you could lightly sand and paint over a solid wood cabinet, but wood cabinets can still be susceptible to warping and peeling; plus putting the wrong type of paint on could still lead to poor results. If you’re serious about painting and have solid wood cabinets, I recommend consulting with a reputable interior painter to ensure you properly prepare the area and use the correct type of paint.

 

Cabinet refinishing or cabinet reglazing

 

You do have other – and I believe, better – options, though, to give your cabinets a new, updated look for significantly less than what it would cost to replace them. Because you’re interested in painting them, I recommend talking to a highly rated cabinet company that offers refinishing, or reglazing, work. Reglazing your cabinets can save you up to 80 percent of the cost of replacement, plus you can choose from a variety of colors, so you can customize its appearance to your taste. 

 

Reglazing, or refinishing, is similar to painting a car rather than a house. Cabinets are cleaned, sanded and taped off. The surface is primed and sprayed with an industrial topcoat, giving the cabinets a smooth surface and durable finish. The process typically takes less than a day and the cabinets can be used almost immediately after. The condition of your cabinets can play a role in whether or not it’s worth reglazing them, so talk to a professional to get his or her advice on your best option.

 

If reglazing isn’t in the cards, another option is to reface your cabinets. Refacing can save between 30 and 50 percent of the cost of replacement. With refacing, you can change the type of wood, finish and door design of your cabinets. You keep the existing cabinet boxes in place, replacing only the doors and drawer fronts with a matching wood or laminate veneer, as well as the handles, hinges and hardware. The process typically takes a few days and you’re still able to use the cabinets in the interim. When the job is complete, the cabinets have the same appearance as a new cabinet would.

 

Instead of painting, I recommend pursuing one of these options to achieve a high-end, customized look to your cabinets for not a lot of money.

 

South Florida's Top Refinishing & Reglazing Experts, Schedule an appointment today 954-527-2725

 

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