Cabinet Refinishing Denver Colorado

Cabinet Refinishing In Denver Co.

Do your cabinets make your kitchen or bathroom look dull and tired? Do you want a new look?
If you can’t afford to replace your current cabinets or are happy with the layout but not the style, take a look at your options for cabinet refinishing in Denver Co.
Cabinet Refinishing Denver specializes in cabinet refinishing and cabinet painting and can give your cabinets a fresh, contemporary look by refinishing them with a factory finish of any color of your choice instead of replacing them. With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, we have a Refinishing eputation as Denver’s most trusted refinishing company.

Kitchen Cabinet Painting in Denver

If you are debating whether to replace your old cabinets or Refinish them, the following questions and answers may help you decide:
What is cabinet refinishing?
Refinishing cabinets involves removing old cabinet doors and drawer fronts and and sanding and clean them to get ready primer and paint.
When you want a brand new style or your old kitchen or bathroom cabinets are damaged, or dull and boring, refinishing them can give your entire room a much needed makeover and is far more economical. Refinishing is generally done by using a pre-catalyzed lacquer primers and a industrial strength water borne acrylic that hardens like a lacquer paint providing a satin finish. the cabinet boxes are done in the same manner with a real wood veneer, such as oak, cherry, walnut, birch or maple and our products will adhere beautifully and done by a professional craftsman to get the best results.
Can all cabinets be refaced?
Although it’s mostly hidden, the cabinet “box” is the backbone of your cabinets.
It serves as the supporting structure for cabinets that have to hold hundreds of pounds of dishware, food and appliances, and for drawers that are opened and shut thousands of times over the years. As long as the boxes are structurally sound, the cabinets can be refreshed. And, in this case, age may actually be an asset. In many cases, older cabinet boxes are stronger than those that have been replaced more recently with less expensive materials, like particleboard.
Is it less expensive to have my existing doors and drawers refinished?
The condition of the doors and drawers is an important factor.
As long as the wood hasn’t warped or had water damage, scratches can be sanded out and a new coat of custom paint and can be applied to bring the old cabinets back to life. But professional stripping, sanding and refinishing can be time-consuming and veryinexpensive in comparison to replacingorrefacing. Refinishing we use the original door styles, so you would not be able to change to a different style without giving your kitchen cabinetsa brandnew look. Cabinet refinishing is generally lower in cost than refacing or replacing.
How long does cabinet refinishing take?
Once you choose the color that meets your needs, new doors and drawers are custom finished to fit the exact color of your choice.  This process may take one to two weeks. After the materials have arrived, it’s a simple matter of removing all of the old doors and drawer fronts to our shop where all the preparation takes place. We also service all the Denver Metro areas including: Highlands Ranch CO, Parker Co, centennial Co, Castle Pines Co, Castle Rock Co, and all of Douglas County, Lakewood CO, Littleton Co., Jefferson County, Broomfield, Thornton, Littleton, Arapahoe County, Adams County and all of Denver County, Centennial CO, including Boulder Co, Colorado Springs CO and the entire state of Colorado. Superior Colorado, Louisville Colorado, Frederick Colorado, Longmont Colorado, Loveland Colorado, fort Collins Colorado, Lafayette Colorado, Erie Colorado, and Firestone Colorado.

Call Cabinet Refinishing Denver today at 720-219-9716 for a Free Consultation, and let us help you save time, money and frustration while creating an amazing new look for your kitchen or bathrooms.

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