Expanded Cabinet Renovation Services Now Available With Rigney HomeCraft
Full service renovation options including refacing, painting, modifications and additions
Rigney HomeCraft has recently added additional staff that specializes in helping homeowners that want to renew their existing kitchen instead of replacing it. We have a speciality painter on staff that will spray paint your existing cabinets using highly durable products that will provide smooth and long-lasting results equivalent to what you receive on new cabinets.
The cool thing that comes with this service being handled by a custom cabinet shop is the access you will have to options beyond a quality paint job. Option such as:
refacing your cabinets with new doors
making custom modifications like adding unique vent hoods, wood island tops, and trim changes
improving hardware to include things like slow-close hinges
adding storage features like spice racks
reconfiguring inefficient layouts
making modifications for new appliances
adding more cabinets that match your existing cabinets
Refacing vs Refinishing
Kitchen cabinet refacing can breathe new life into your existing cabinets, giving them a fresh, new look. During the refacing process, your cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and even end panels can be removed and replaced with new ones. The stiles and frames are given a fresh new finish, and new door and drawer fronts are installed along with new hardware. It’s possible to use refacing to change the style of cabinets as well, such as changing from raised panel to shaker style doors. It is also an eco-friendly choice because you avoid sending materials to the land-field.
Replacing vs Renewing
Cabinet renewal isn’t right for every kitchen. If the layout is doesn’t work for your needs, or if the space is cramped, then painting or refacing won’t help this. If the cabinet boxes themselves are in poor condition, replacing them will also be a better choice.
Cabinet replacement allows you to start fresh with design and layout. When we replace cabinets, the old cabinets are completely removed, and at this point in time, the flooring, plumbing, and electrical are most likely updated to accommodate the new layout, appliances and needs.
How Do I Know If My Cabinets are in Good Enough Shape?
Painting or refacing is feasible if your existing cabinet boxes are structurally sound and in good condition. Cabinets with water damage, warping, and broken frames are poor candidates. Particleboard cabinetry may be a candidate if it is structurally sound enough.
If you are wondering if a cabinet transformation might work for you, call us or send your details through our website today. We are happy to talk you though the process and provide a free quote.