Cabinet Refacing

Refacing, What is It?

Refacing your cabinets is a great update to a kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, or any combination thereof.  This means that you’re having new doors and/or drawer fronts built to replace the ones you currently have.  The boxes themselves -where you store all your goodies- remain in place and for the most part go unchanged.  However, one definitely could include a new island, removal of a built-in-desk unit, or more.   This can also be a great time to update hinges and other hardware too.  People also will have new slides and other cabinet solutions implemented at this time.

The Problem:

What homeowners eventually find out (unless they call us right away) is that cabinet makers don’t generally paint the boxes in your home, and the painting company doesn’t build the doors.  Each company has what they’re best at, and you need a perfect marriage of the two.

The Solution:

Recognizing the need, Colorwheel does not engage directly in refacing efforts but DOES have several key referrals we can provide.  With each of those referrals, we’d work hand in hand to make your project happen. They build, we finish.   Typically, this can mean Colorwheel does the painting of all the new doors/drawers and the boxes, so everything matches.  OR, we can paint just the boxes using paint that matches the cabinet makers finish applied to the doors/drawers.  Either is completely acceptable, it just depends on your exact project.

What to Do?

Your best course of action is to contact us, and we’ll facilitate a meeting between you the homeowner, ourselves, and a cabinet maker who’d be responsible for the doors/drawer face and any other physical alterations to the cabinet system.

Colorwheel has been a proud partner on many projects just like this, and we’d be happy to help with your refacing project too!  Please use the Contact Us form or call 414-708-6324 between 10am and 3pm weekdays.

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