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Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

When we say ‘Reface Your Kitchen the PROPER Way’ we mean it. At North County Kitchens we reface kitchens just one way, the right way! As a custom cabinet builder, we developed a superior method to reface cabinets with real, furniture-grade hardwood that allows you to change any color, any door style and wood species of your existing cabinets - no veneers or laminates. 

RefacePlus Cabinet Refacing process begins by duplicating your existing kitchen cabinet face-frame with a new 3/4" thick face-frame using the solid wood of your choice. The existing face-frames are removed and lastly the new face-frame is attached.  All cabinet sides are covered with matching 1/4" thick wood, stained and finished exactly as the new face-frames and doors. Once the new face-frames are attached, new doors, drawers, drawer fronts and moldings are installed to make it all look new.

With cabinet refacing you can achieve the look of a fully remodeled kitchen at a fraction of the cost without the expense of new cabinets. If you're considering cabinet refacing, complete our contact form to receive a FREE In-House estimate and start enjoying your new looking kitchen sooner than you thought possible!


What are the benefits of Solid Wood Refacing?

  • Old cabinets are often of better quality construction than those made by today’s standards.

  • You can save a substantial amount by Updating Your Cabinetry. Often from 30 to 70% over the cost of new.

  • Your existing cabinetry is already installed, leveled, plumbed, and operational. These can be difficult conditions to duplicate in the labor-intensive chore of installing new cabinet.

  • Solid Wood Refacing is basically dust free and involves minimal down time.

  • Installing new cabinetry will entail the dismantling of your existing kitchen. That will require that you set up a temporary kitchen facility in another part of your home. Utilities may need to be shut off temporarily.

  • You can save the hidden costs of installation, delivery, taxes, by updating your cabinetry versus installing new.

  • Refacing returns up to 100% or more of your investment if you sell your home.

  • Typically, refacing is a 4-5 day process vs. several weeks for a new kitchen.

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