Cabinets play an important part in your kitchen. Mainly, they hold most of your kitchen utensils, glassware, cooking ingredients and other cooking essentials. And they get used often, having to open and close them to take in or put back stuff. This is why they get run down eventually and you may even notice the wear and tear after a few months of constant use.
This is why updating your kitchen cabinets at least every three to four years is important, especially if you want to keep them functional and you want your kitchen to stay organized. What is the best way to improve cabinets, however? You have two options: have new ones installed or reface your cabinets.
Here are three reasons why cabinet refacing expert, The Kitchen Store, believes homeowners should consider refacing.
Cabinet refacing costs at least 50% cheaper than having new ones installed. Usually, cabinets would only need a little touch-up to make them look better. So if you think the current layout of your cabinets is still all right with you, you might want to consider refacing instead of a total cabinet overhaul.
Comparing to a total kitchen cabinet replacement, simply refacing your cabinets is a more eco-friendly option as you produce less waste. In addition, a number of custom kitchen remodeling companies that offer refacing options recycle the still-usable parts from other cabinets. This option is definitely the greener path to take.
Less Work Involved
Deciding to reface your kitchen cabinets is a more practical decision because it’s less complicated than removing all your cabinets and installing new ones. Replacing cabinets is a huge undertaking, so it might take you about a day or two to accomplish it.
Whether it’s to save money, time, or energy, refacing is almost always much better than the alternative. For more help in refacing or to look at our custom kitchen cabinets, call us at (310) 736-1077. You can also fill out our online form here to schedule a visit. We’re a California remodeler serving clients in Beverly Hills, CA and the surrounding areas.