Kitchen cabinet refacing is an affordable alternative compared to removing and replacing your existing cabinets.
A full kitchen remodel can take weeks or even months, you can expect to update your kitchen in as little as a few days.
TruGuard’s doors and drawers are premium quality to ensure you get a beautiful look that will last.
Say No to Stress
With redooring, you can skip the stress that comes with a full remodel. If you don’t want to live without your kitchen for an extended amount of time, then new cabinet faces are the best choice.
Say Yes to Easy
Get your cabinets updated with minimal disruption to your life. That means no tear out, no construction dust and debris, and no living without water and appliances.
Say Yes to Savings
When you choose to reface your cabinets with new door and drawer fronts, you can drastically reduce your cost without sacrificing quality.
What Is Kitchen Cabinet Refacing?
Refacing your kitchen cabinets involves keeping your original cabinet boxes and getting new doors and drawers. The process includes adding new faces over existing center rails and end panels, so that the visible surfaces of the cabinet boxes match your new doors in color and style.
Refacing vs. Resurfacing vs. Painting
Resurfacing your existing cabinets means you will keep all parts of your existing cabinets and a veneer will be added over the existing doors and drawer fronts. Homeowners often choose refacing because the doors are higher-quality and resistant to the peeling, warping, or chipping that is often seen with painting or resurfacing.
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