Exceptional Cabinet Painters in Waukesha
Beautifully painted cabinets can make your kitchen look twice as good as before, giving your home a fresh and sophisticated touch. As our radio ads state, it’s an update worth making, but not for the faint of heart! Colorwheel Painting’s painting experts leave your cabinets flawless, following a careful process and system we ourselves developed. When you marry great process with great product and truly talented painters, it’s a wonderful thing. Our team of painters work for Colorwheel direct, unlike those who use subcontractors. This means year round, our cabinet painters fill 90% of their days with cabinet painting projects only. Just like a professional athlete at the top of his or her game, specializing brings top results. Please trust us, put your cabinets in our hands (and literally in our workshop) and see the results you’re looking for.
Our Process and Timeline
The entire cabinet painting process usually takes about 3-4 weeks. We know that’s a good amount of time. But like you’ve learned in life, good things DO take time! Please beware of those who say they can do things in a few days. That means they are using an inferior, brittle product like lacquer, or they’re taking short cuts. In fact, we have a whole list of common mistakes available on our cabinet page.
Back on point, Colorwheel’s process includes both on site and off sight work. The team of cabinet painters (or sometimes just one) arrive at your Waukesha home on day one, and take away the drawers and doors to be processed in our workshop. Of the weeks that follow, one is used for our designated cabinet painter(s) to work in your house for about 3-5 days on the cabinet boxes. In the meantime, shop work is done tediously and systematically. When the workshop is done, everything is carefully wrapped and delivered, and the kitchen gets put back together in roughly half a day.
Also, we must mention that you get to use your kitchen the WHOLE TIME while we work. Colorwheel’s process does not require a kitchen shut down. You don’t even need to empty the cabinets. Our painters and approach are so accommodating that you may even miss them when they’re gone!
How We Quote Cabinet Work For You
Our sales team can prepare a quote based on photos, but we prefer to visit your home and inspect the cabinets to give you a more accurate price. At this time we explore your greater project goals. Because we offer other compatible services and options, it’s good to have a holistic overview. With this approach, we also do our best to eliminate any unwanted surprises. Nobody likes those.
Additionally, we do NOT try to sell you on the spot. We share information, gather information, and later prepare a nice and thorough, professional estimate. Because we respect our customer, no on site gimmicks are given to get a signature on-the-spot. And no fake mark up is given to then mark down and keep the “right” profit. Instead, we give you time to examine the proposal, think it over, ask questions, get clarity, do revisions, and iron out your true needs. This is an investment, we treat it with the utmost respect and care. Feel free to read more about our process here.
You Do Get What You Pay For
At Colorwheel, we find that we attract the wisest customers in the area. They understand that you get what you pay for. Skilled work isn’t cheap, and cheap work isn’t skilled! While we always aim to be competitive, the biggest goal is to provide great value, a great experience, and lasting beautiful results. Our owner likens the experience to that of going to a restaurant… you can go and have great food (great painting), or go and have a great waiter (the service people), but the best is when you get both! That leaves a lasting impression!
All told, when someone promises the same work for less, beware. And if it’s less work at less price, really watch out! Let us do the work right the first time — you won’t regret it. Start today!
How Pricing Is Really Done
Prices depend on a variety of factors. We look at:
- the count of doors and drawers
- decorative panel ends versus flush panel ends
- corbels, flutes, and other decorative pieces
- extra tall doors, or doors with spice racks on the back
- built in appliances, with tight or close fit edges
- appliance panel fronts that require painting, and sometimes disassembly
- same level upper cabinets, or staggered box height
- peninsula sides and backsides
- repairs needed
- color choice
- and a few other miscellaneous items…
The average overall prices are found in the FAQ’s section of the website. There is also other great information there for you to look into, and photos too. Photos encompassing cabinet work and other interior services are found at the bottom of our home page.