Refinishing Kitchen Cabinets the Right Way

Refinishing kitchen cabinets is a great way to update the look of your kitchen on a budget and if done right, can last for years to come. Unfortunately many companies simply paint your cabinets with latex or enamel paint and call it “Refinishing”… paint belongs on walls not on your cabinets! This can lead to chipping and peeling in the first couple of years. This is because a “rubber based material” won’t grip onto the cabinet’s surface that has already been lacquered when they were originally finished. Eventually water from hands, scratches from use and general wear and tear will pull the paint from your cabinet. Not to mention they just don’t have a high quality look and feel anymore.

Below are before and after images of an oak kitchen refinished into stylish white lacquer.

Before Gilbert Kitchen Refinish - Oak Cabinets

After Gilbert Kitchen Refinish

Second to None Cabinet Refinishing in Scottsdale

Better Than New Kitchens has created a process for refinishing kitchen cabinets that is second to none in the kitchen remodeling market, in both look and durability. We use the finest quality finishing products and with our multi step process we can create many different trending finishes. We also offer any solid color you can dream up (i.e. white, cream, black, red or whatever color you choose). We then seal the cabinets with an incredibly durable clear coating that is stronger than most conventional lacquers and polyurethanes.

 

The cost of refinishing is usually less than refacing do to the fact that we are not replacing any doors, drawer faces, veneer or hinges.

 

Above: Sample door with three different refinish options for color. The two stripes in the center are the original door color.

 

Left: Before and after on cabinets that were changed from a light honey color to a medium cherry.

 

For results like these, contact us for cabinet refinishing in Scottsdale or Phoenix.

Let’s get started on your kitchen refacing or refinishing project!

Before and after on cabinets that were changed from a light honey color to a medium cherry.
Before and after on cabinets that were changed from a light honey color to a medium cherry.
Sample door with three different refinish options for color. The two stripes in the center are the original door color.
Sample door with three different refinish options for color. The two stripes in the center are the original door color.