Cabinet Refacing in Phoenix & Scottsdale
From kitchens to bathrooms, cabinet refacing is a process that dramatically transforms any space. With cabinet refacing, there is an abundance of choices to meet every financial need and style.
In fact, at Republic West Remodeling, our clients tell us that upon completion of their cabinet refacing projects, it appears as if they had brand new cabinetry installed.
If you are not familiar with the method, refacing means installing a new surface over the original cabinet box, and enhancing the look with matching doors and drawer fronts. As part of the cabinet refacing process, we install a veneer over the cabinet bases. The hardware, the hinges, and the drawer slides are also all updated.
Common Cabinet Refacing Questions
What is cabinet refacing?
How long does it take to reface cabinets?
Can I still use my kitchen or bathroom while the cabinet refacing job is in process?
If I reface my cabinets, do I get new doors?
If I have oak cabinets, do I have to stay with an oak reface?
What are the finish options available for my cabinets?
Whether you want to update, add functionality, or go for an entirely new look, we help make your kitchen and bathroom remodeling dreams a reality.
See below for our sample door selections. Each door can be crafted in various woods, glazes, and finishes along with different molding styles. We will create a sample door before manufacturing the entire order.
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Contact us today if you are interested in refacing your cabinets, or for any other luxury home remodeling project of the highest quality. We proudly serve Scottsdale, Phoenix, and the Phoenix metro area. Call for your free consultation or contact us online.