Refinishing cabinetry can dramatically update the look of your home. We know that staining or refinishing requires knowledge and expertise. Reason being is that wood has different grains and different types of wood have their own signature on how stain absorbs. A sample must always be prepared with the very product used to build your project. Our experienced team will make sure you get the quality results you desire. Cabinet refinishing is the most cost effective way to replacing your cabinets.
- All cabinets are washed with Paint Thinner if needed, to remove any grease or dirt build-up.
- All doors, hardware and hinges are removed (in most cases).
- Surrounding fixtures, furniture or appliances are completely masked off. The floor is covered and the room is sealed with plastic to prevent dust or paint from spreading to the rest of the house.
- Cabinets are thoroughly sanded and dusted. Dents and scratches are repaired.
- A primer coat is applied on the cabinets (if painted).
- A split-coat of a mix of primer and finish enamel is next, followed by more sanding and dusting.
- A final coat of enamel is applied to the cabinet bases. An additional fourth coat may be applied to doors and drawers, as these areas have more wear and tear.