About Refacing

Cabinet refacing falls into two categories: wood refacing and laminate refacing. Wood refacing can be done in any species of wood with most common wood for cabinet work being cherry, maple, oak, birch, hickory and alder.

The doors are always new on a refacing job. You choose the species of wood, the style door and the stain color you want to use and the doors are then custom built and finished to fit your cabinets.

Your present cabinet boxes are then covered with ¼" wood in your choice of species of wood. We do not use thin veneer.

We also install new ceiling moulding around the wall cabinets including a new valance over the sink area. Wood refacing also includes all new concealed self closing hinges and hardware.

Refacing can include the following options

  • All new solid maple dovetail drawer boxes with easy glide full extension tracks
  • Add roll out trays to your present cabinets
  • Add a new base Lazy Susan cabinet to have access to those hard to reach areas.
  • Add slide out spice racks
  • Add a roll out waste basket or recycling bin cabinet
  • Add a wine rack
  • Add an island or any other new cabinet that is needed

 Additional Options

Roll Out Trays

Slide Out Spice Rack

Laminate refacing is done the same way only using high pressure laminate on the cabinet boxes with all new laminate and thermofoil doors. For those wanting a white or off-white kitchen, the laminate refacing is an excellent way to go.