Specializing in Cabinet Re-Facing & Painting, Modifications, Custom Built and Pre-Manufactured Cabinets
CHANGE THE LOOK AND FEEL OF YOUR KITCHEN OR BATH
What makes us different and better? Our proprietary finish process uses non-solvent based products with NO VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds). This results in NO off gassing or harmful chemicals in your home. The finish is more durable than most factory finishes used on cabinets today and it won't chip, peel, yellow or crack. This same process is used throughout the refinish process. Many contractors will use standard paint and different combinations of products. The result is less durability and color shift between products over time.
Our process allows you to re-use your existing doors and face frames or choose from our extensive line of new doors.
New fresh finish in lacquer or stain - and you get to choose the color. Antiquing glaze can also be applied. Melamine (plastic coated) kitchens can also be refinished. Trim can be added under the cabinets as well as side panels and crown molding. Under cabinet lighting is available. New doors can be added in a variety of styles. Wine racks, trash-can slide outs, new drawer slider hardware, stemware holders and spice racks can be added. See "Kitchen Refacing" under the photo gallery tab for more examples and pictures.
Before After Refinish
Corbels under island overhang in many different styles
Full-Extension Drawer Slides (self close also available)
Euro-Style hidden hinges for a sleek look and full-adjust ability
Roll-out trays or pantry pull-outs which are ideal for maximizing space, ease of use and seeing what you have (full-extension let's you use the ENTIRE drawer box or tray). These can be added to any existing cabinet or pantry.
Bottom cabinet trim (also called light rail). This feature is inexpensive and makes a big difference in how your cabinets look.
Bead board wrap. This is a popular look that allows your island or cabinets to have more character.
Base Board Molding Return. This is a nice finished look that many high-end custom cabinets use instead of having a toe-kick around the entire base of the cabinet. Plain cabinet bases look like furniture!