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Refacing vs. Refinishing by Better Than New Kitchens

Refacing is a term that is easily confused with refinishing. Refacing refers to adding wood in some manner over the top of the existing finished cabinet face frames. It also usually means replacing the doors and drawer faces as well as the crown and trim moldings. Better Than New Kitchens in Scottsdale and Tempe AZ does exactly that. We use 1/4 inch thick real wood that is factory finished with conversion varnish and encase each of your existing cabinet boxes. We do this by custom cutting each piece of 1/4 thick wood to fit each area on each cabinet box exterior. Through a process of gluing and nailing we can seamlessly transform your kitchen through this refacing process. Better Than New Kitchens has highly skilled craftsman that take time in every cut to get it right!

Better Than New also does refinishing of cabinets in the Phoenix Metro area.Including  Chandler, Mesa, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Phoenix and Tempe and many more close by cities. In this process the cabinets are coated with either a solid color opaque high durability acrylic or toners and glazes are used to change the color of the customers existing cabinets. In this process we are using all the cabinet boxes,doors and drawer faces that are existing and topically altering the color. This can be a cost effective option when budget is key. Refinishing of cabinets does not allow the customer to change the shape/profile of the door ,but does allow for an updated look. Better Than New Kitchens in Scottsdale and Tempe AZ uses the industries top materials and has skilled finishers do some of the finishing work  right in your home. Usually  we will take the cabinet doors and drawer faces back to our shop and spray them in a clean and safe environment. We then tr

Rerefacing cabinets Scottsdale

Better Than New Kitchens – Modern Kitchen- After Picture- Refaced cabinets in dark brown/burgundy finish .New doors and new 1/4 wood applied on face frames.

Before Refacing cabinets -Better Than New Kitchens

Better Than New Kitchens – Reface – Before and During picture. New upper cabinets were built and placed on top of existing upper cabinets (uppers on uppers) very custom look. Getting ready to remove the old doors and cover all the wood on the cabinet boxes with 1/4 real wood in the new dark brown/burgundy color

ansport them back to your home and hang them over the newly finished face frames. Its a quick and effective way to change the look of a kitchen. Many people selling their home or flipping a house for profit prefer this method of remodeling.

 

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