The time has come.  You’ve finally decided that it’s time to update your kitchen cabinets.  You will no longer have to look at those awful, dated cabinets that you’ve been itching to get rid of since you moved in.  But you only get one chance to do this and you want to make sure you’re going to be happy with the results for years to come.  Maybe you are considering whether you should reface or replace your cabinets.  It’s best to know what’s involved before making that decision.

Refacing Kitchen Cabinets
When refacing kitchen cabinets, the cabinet box stays, and the doors get replaced.  The front of the cabinet box will be refinished, often with a wood veneer, and new doors will be attached to give it a brand new look.  While the outside will get a facelift, once you open the doors you’ll be looking at the same shelving you’ve had in the past, so it’s best to consider whether that is something you can live with.  Often shelves have wear and tear from years of use and after thinking about it, customers decide they would rather replace everything.  While refacing is often seen as less expensive alternative, it’s fairly labor intensive so that isn’t always the case.
New Custom Kitchen Cabinets
The word “custom” often makes people think “I can’t afford that,” but it is surprising how competitive the cost can be compared to other options.  When homeowners weigh the benefits of having an entirely brand new product, designed exactly the way they want it, with space-saving and convenient features, the decision is often easy.
Edgewood Cabinetry offers quality craftsmanship and design in their workmanship to give you the kitchen of your dreams.  If you’re ready to update your kitchen, don’t settle for refacing cabinets or choose stock cabinets from the big box store before you contact us.  With our price match challenge, we can show you how we can give you brand new custom cabinetry at a competitive price. Check out our photo gallery to start planning your dream kitchen today.