You like the layout of your kitchen, the cabinet boxes are solid and in good shape, but there’s something about those doors that you just don’t like. Good news, we can help!
Refacing your cabinets is a great update to a kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, or any combination thereof. In a nutshell, refacing means that you’re having new doors and/or drawer fronts built to replace the ones you currently have. For some, it means a whole “skin” put over the face of the boxes (but we rarely find this necessary). The boxes themselves -where you store all your goodies- remain in place and for the most part go unchanged in this process. One could include a new island, removal of a built-in-desk unit or changing it to pantry cabinets, the addition of more cabinets like over a fridge or closing in an old wine rack area, or more at this time while we handle your cabinet refacing in Southeastern Wisconsin. Just ask!
Some common scenes we encounter for refacing:
Refacing also brings more opportunities for change:
Whatever the situation is, we’ll do our Colorwheel best to help navigate and find solutions. Contact us to get your refacing project started!
What homeowners eventually find out when they try to general contract this project themselves is that cabinet makers (who build the doors and drawer fronts) don’t generally paint the cabinet boxes in your home, and a painting company doesn’t build the doors. This means that when you call a cabinet maker, you’ll need to find a painter (or be at the mercy of their painter), or if you find the painter (Colorwheel) you’ll need a cabinet shop! Nobody really does both. But… Colorwheel does!
Recognizing the need for both cabinet refinishing and cabinet refacing in Milwaukee, Colorwheel DOES have several solutions to provide to you so this will all come together perfectly. Using our resources, we work hand in hand with our partners (and in house team) to make your project happen.
As a general rule, our partners build the cabinets, install the doors/drawers, and we do the finishing. Typically, this means Colorwheel does the painting of all the new doors/drawers and the boxes, so everything matches. OR in rare cases, 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 cabinet refacing project in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Our only words of caution:
Your best course of action is to contact us for cabinet refacing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 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 cabinet refacing project in Milwaukee too! Please use the Contact Us form or call 414-708-6324 between 10am and 3pm weekdays.