Cabinet refinishing involves removing the existing cabinet drawers and door faces, sanding, or stripping off the existing finish, and applying new paint or stain. Your existing cabinets will remain intact. This can revitalize your timeworn kitchen without breaking the bank. We offer an extensive range of finish options to update your space. There are endless colour options to choose from or you can stick with a traditional wood or stain. If you are overwhelmed by this process we are happy to direct you in the right direction for your personal space.
The cabinet refinishing process can be completed on wood doors in sound condition and good working order. Inspect each cabinet for signs of structural damage like cracks or loose joints. If you find any soft spots this means rot or water damage. This is especially common around the sink or above the dishwasher. Cabinets should be securely fastened and not sagging or warped. Edges and corners should be smooth and flat. Small cracks and holes can be repaired with wood putty, but significant damage will have to be replaced. Drawer slides must be firmly attached and not worn out.
Thermofoil or laminate doors can not be refinished.
We will remove the cabinet doors from the cabinet boxes. We will remove the hardware such as handles, knobs and hinges. We then clean the doors and remove the old finish.
We spray and finish your cabinets in our Abbotsford shop. We take pride in servicing clients all over the Lower Mainland. Call, text or email us for a quote today.