When it comes time to renovate your Northern Colorado kitchen or bathroom, one of the biggest decisions you'll have to make is whether to reface or resurface your cabinets. Both options have pros and cons, but cabinet refacing is generally the cheaper and faster option. Today, Johnson Cabinetry & Refacing will explain what you need to know about resurfacing and refacing and which is the most affordable choice for most homeowners. Read on, then contact us to schedule a free, in-home consultation.
Is It Cheaper to Reface or Resurface Cabinets?
What is Cabinet Refacing?
Cabinet refacing is the process of replacing cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and hardware while leaving the cabinet frames in place. This is a great option for homeowners who like their current layout but want to update the look of their kitchen or bathroom.
What is Cabinet Resurfacing?
Cabinet resurfacing is similar to cabinet refacing, but it also involves sanding down and refinishing the cabinet frames. This option is usually more expensive and time-consuming than cabinet refacing, though it enables you to address any physical problems, such as dents or scratches.
The Best Choice for Saving Money
Cabinet refacing is almost always the cheaper option since you're only replacing cabinet doors and drawer fronts. You won't have to pay for new cabinets or the labor to install them, and the job takes much less time to complete, too. Cabinet resurfacing can be just as expensive as starting from scratch, depending on the condition of your cabinet frames and how much work they need.
Johnson Cabinetry & Refacing Is Here for You
If you've decided it's time to reface your cabinets, the team at Johnson Cabinetry & Refacing is here to help. We've been serving homeowners throughout Northern Colorado since 2005, and we're experts in all things custom cabinetry. Schedule a free consultation today, and we'll help you get started on your kitchen or bathroom remodel. We look forward to working with you!