What we do: Cabinet refacing with solid wood
Outdated ‘builder’s oak’ cabinets. Over the years you may have installed new hardware and even replaced the countertops, but the old cabinets are still there. What are your options? Undertake a major kitchen demo and start from scratch? Paint the old cabinets?
Unless the plan calls for a drastic change in the entire kitchen layout, it usually doesn’t make sense to do a complete tearout and replacement of all the cabinetry. Tearouts mean plumbing, drywall and dust. Lots and lots of dust. As for painting, painted oak cabinets tend to look like, well, painted oak cabinets.
Usually, the best kitchen remodeling solution, from a time, money and efficiency perspective, is refacing the cabinetry with solid wood and replacing the doors and drawers.
Who are we?
I learned the craft as a custom cabinet builder and developed a technique to reface cabinets with real, furniture-grade hardwoods – no veneers or laminates. Using this technique and installing new moldings, drawer boxes and hardware, I can help you get the kitchen you’ve always wanted at an affordable price.
If you want to make some changes (for example, get rid of that little writing desk or convert come cabinets to drawers), we can do that. Combining custom features with solid wood refacing is exactly what we do.
Want to learn more?
Call us at 630-337-9700 or email to set up a free, no-pressure consultation. We’re a small, locally owned business and work mainly in the western suburbs of Chicago.