Is your kitchen in need of a facelift but lacking the budget for a full overhaul?

You may want to consider kitchen cupboard re-facing.

For roughly 2/3 of the cost of a full kitchen refit we can update your kitchen by replacing the doors, front panels and bench tops making your kitchen look brand new again.

Kitchen cabinets are probably the most prominent fixture in how your kitchen’s looks and functionality. When they start to look worn or outdated you don’t need to rip everything out – think about re-facing your existing cabinetry.

By choosing to reface instead of replace tired kitchen cabinets you’ll save yourself money, time, and the environment. When refacing kitchen cabinets, upper and lower cabinet boxes stay in place rather than being dumped in a landfill the cabinet doors and drawer fronts are removed and later replaced with wood, plastic laminate, or rigid thermo foil (RTF) versions with a variety of styles, colour options and finishes available. Before the new facings are installed, the boxes’ exposed areas are covered with wood or synthetic veneers that match the finish you’ve selected.


Reface or Replace?

Not sure if you should replace or reface? If you are happy with the current layout and current cabinets are structurally sound then refacing is a fantastic option.

If you are considering putting your home on the market but need a freshen up that’s not going to blow the budget refacing is definitely the way to go.

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