Cabinet Door Types
Squared Raised Panel
Squared Recessed Panel
Arched Raised Panel
Arched Recessed Panel
Rigid Thermofoil (RTF)
A New Life for Old Cabinets
Are your kitchen cabinets worn out or outdated? Refacing cabinets breathes new life into your kitchen or home. Do you feel like you're in the 1970s every time you walk through your kitchen? Whether you want a new look before you put your house on the market or just want to turn your kitchen into a living area you actually want to spend time in, refacing your cabinets is an economical and attractive way to breathe new life into your cabinets. Tearing out and replacing your old cabinets will cost you a fortune. Refacing cabinets costs a small fraction of the price, is faster, and causes much less stress and headaches. Who wouldn't want less mess, lass hassle, and a whole lot more money left in their pockets?
A simple and fulfilling experience
If you are not a do-it-yourselfer and have no inclination of becoming one, you can easily hire a home-improvement professional or contractor to reface your cabinets for you. You'll still save time and money over a complete kitchen remodel. If you want to save yourself even more money and are up for a project, refacing cabinets is a simple and fulfilling experience.
Refacing cabinets consists of several things. First, you could reface the cabinet doors you already have. You'll need a heavy-duty sander and some new stain or pain for this. Secondly, you could replace the veneer with a new wood or laminate veneer for a new look. If you want a completely different type, style, shape, or size cabinet door, you can buy unfinished cabinet doors online from CabinetNow.com. There are countless styles available. The perfect one for you is just waiting out there. There are measurements to make, supplies to order, and time to set aside for your project. Realistically, it should take no more than a couple of days.
Start with the end panels first
There are a variety of tools that will make refacing cabinets much easier, including a utility knife, a screwdriver, a handsaw, a cordless drill, a tape measure, a level, clamps, a brad nailer, a hammer, screws, a small pry bar, wood glue, a straight edge, a pencil, a miter saw, and a table or circular saw.
CabinetNow.com will custom cut and inspect your new cabinet doors before shipping them to you. Still, take a moment to thoroughly inspect your product once it arrives. When you begin refacing cabinets, start with the end panels first. Thoroughly research the refacing process online, buy a book on the topic, or get the guidance of our knowledgeable customer service representatives before you start. Refacing cabinets is easy, but it is a daunting task if you don't know what you're doing. Become an educated do-it-yourselfer and the process will go much more smoothly. Your final product will be something you're truly proud of.
Update your kitchen's look without breaking the bank
Small kitchen projects like refacing cabinets have a huge return for investment. There are many affordable ways to update your kitchen's look without breaking the bank. Head on over to CabinetNow.com today and check out our fine selection of unfinished cabinet doors for your project. No matter which wood type or style you like, we're sure to have what you're looking for.
- Ordered as Width by Height
- Price Calculated to 1/100 Sq. Ft.
- No Hidden Fees, or Rounding Up
- Unfinished Stain-Ready Doors
- No Minimum Quantity Required
- Made in USA