Kitchen cabinet refacing has become quite popular because it meets the needs of many homeowners wishing to upgrade their kitchens’ looks. But with so much talk about this process, we’ve found that a lot of confusion also still remains. To help answer some common questions we get about kitchen cabinet refacing, in a two-part series, we will answer some of the FAQs about refacing.
Q. How long does will it take Republic West Home to complete the cabinet refacing in my kitchen?
A. We generally complete our kitchen cabinet refacing jobs in 2-4 days. A single foreman will be assigned to your project to maximize use of time while eliminating delays and communication problems.
Q. Will I run into problems with the wood veneer peeling off after a few years?
A. When the correct materials are used and installed by trained and experienced installers, peeling is not an issue. Because we install the wood veneer carefully and correctly, it will generally not peel. Additionally, we use material that is not apt to peel.
Q. Why is kitchen cabinet refacing is considered eco-friendly?
A. Refacing is considered eco-friendly because:
- It prevents more cabinet boxes (often made of MDF which contains formaldehyde, a hazardous chemical) from ending up in a landfill.
- It prevents more trees from being cut down to construct new cabinet boxes.
- It reduces the carbon footprint because of the above!
Q. Will you discard my old cabinet doors and drawer fronts for us?
A. Yes, we take all trash and unusable materials from your home and dispose of them in our own trash receptacles.
Q. Is kitchen cabinet refacing costly?
A. Actually, kitchen cabinet refacing is one of the most economical ways to upgrade your kitchen and add value to your home! Cabinet refacing often costs about half the amount of custom cabinet installation.
Be sure to check out Cabinet Refacing FAQs Part 1 for more answers to refacing questions!
Does this sound like it could be the solution you’re looking for in your kitchen? Call us for a free quote today! 480-423-9300