Mequon Cabinet Painting is a Game Changer
Colorwheel constantly transforms dated Mequon kitchens into a new, fresh, stunning look. We have seen those 1980’s and 1990’s homes with open concepts plagued by dark stained cabinets. When Colorwheel paints cabinets the darkness goes away. Often our customers comment on the breathtaking, sophisticated brightness that emerges. Due to the paint, you will see details you never noticed before. Updating hardware can create a whole new feel. Trust us, a warm, inviting kitchen awaits! People will be shocked it’s the same kitchen. You’ll be shocked that all this work is done at a much lower cost than a full remodel. Colorwheel can also measure your counter tops for replacement.
Invest in Cabinet Painting the Right Way
There is tremendous wisdom in our Mequon customers. People understand you get what you pay for, and that “the bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.” Thanks to Benjamin Franklin. Consequently, Colorwheel is often chosen for it’s experience and expertise. While Colorwheel will never be the low price option, it will be the best value! To sum up a long conversation, Colorwheel:
- Paints more cabinets than any other painting company in the metro area
- Has an in-house, employee team dedicated to cabinet painting & refinishing
- Offers an excellent 5-year pro-rated, fully transferable warranty
- Has numerous references, testimonials, and positive reviews
Making It Happen
Call Colorwheel or use the contact us form to set up an in-house consultation . This is not a sales pitch. Instead, we analyze and inspect your cabinets. We ask you thought provoking questions to discover the wants and needs you have for your kitchen. Our consultant will talk about process. He or she will show you actual samples of our work done, letting you touch and feel the painted doors. The painting process will be discussed step by step for those who value great detail. In the end, we obtain the information needed to write up a proposal and send it to you. From there, its up to you to accept the proposal. Then the fun begins… color choices, scheduling, and the work itself.