Cabinet refacing, or cabinet face-lifting, is a process by which your existing cabinet doors and drawer fronts are removed and replaced with new doors and drawer fronts. The existing cabinet boxes are left in place, and face frames and finished ends are wrapped with matching wood veneer. With cabinet refacing, an old kitchen can be completely transformed in a matter of days without the hassle and cost of removing countertops and appliances or disconnecting plumbing. Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center offers cabinet refacing services using components by Showplace Wood Products.
Cabinet Refacing vs. Full Kitchen Remodeling
To remodel or reface your cabinets, that is the question – and it's not an easy one! If it's time to give your kitchen a completely new look, there's nothing better or more cost-effective than a full remodel. However, if you are happy with the basic footprint of your kitchen, including your kitchen countertops and appliances, there is a more cost-effective option to consider: cabinet refacing using Renew by Showplace Wood Products.
Renew Cabinet Refacing
Renew gives you a vast palette of wood, style, and finish choices for your cabinet refacing project, just like a full remodel. But the Renew Refacing process lets you retain your existing cabinets, while giving them a fresh new face. This means your project will be completed quicker, with lower impact on your daily life! Renew cabinet refacing also gives you the unique freedom to add new elements to your creation, and uses top quality Showplace Wood Products components. You can visit Showplace Wood Products or Refacing & More for additional information.
Cabinet Refacing in Delaware
So if a new kitchen is in your plans, you now have new options to consider. You can completely remodel or choose cabinet face-lifting. It may not be an easy decision, but with Showplace Renew products and Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center there is no wrong answer.
For nearly 50 years, we have been meeting clients’ kitchen cabinet (including cabinet refacing!) needs in not only Delaware, but also Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and the Maryland Eastern Shore. Contact one of our award-winning designers at one of our three Delaware locations for a complimentary consultation where we will guide you in making the best decision on products and services for your unique project.