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If you want to update your
kitchen, cabinet refacing can
save you thousands.

In most cases, we can expertly reface your existing cabinets and no one but you will know they’re not new! And that’s not the only benefit to refacing kitchen cabinets instead of buying new.

Benefits of Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

  • It’s fast! You can start using your kitchen in just a few days and the whole job can usually be done in about a week.
  • You won’t have tradespeople going in and out of your home for 3 to 4 weeks.
  • There’s no need to change or repair flooring, drywall, tile-work, or wall / ceiling paint.
  • You won’t need to get plumbing and electrical work done. This is often required with a complete kitchen renovation.
  • It doesn’t leave any wall damage that would have to be repaired.
  • You can keep your existing countertops.
  • There’s less mess and disruption for you and your family while the work is being done.
  • You can use custom colours that many store-bought kitchens don’t offer. (We are, after all, interior painting and staining experts. You might as well benefit from that!)

Cabinet
Refacing Cost

How much can you save if you go for kitchen cabinet refacing over buying new kitchen cabinets?

The cost of new kitchen cabinets depends on a number of factors: whether they’re store-bought or custom-made, size of kitchen, choice of door and drawer front materials, and the number of accessories. On top of the price of the cabinets, there is the installation cost, which can be as much as or even more than the cabinets.

To give you a general idea of the savings, let’s say a new kitchen, installed, is $40,000. It’s possible that refacing could be done for about 25% of the cost, or about $10,000. Think of what you can do with the money you save—like taking a nice vacation or two!

When Is Cabinet Refacing a Good Option?

If your kitchen cabinet framework is in good condition, refacing and adding other enhancements can give you the look and functionality of a new kitchen. The framework stays while the fronts and hardware are replaced.

Our customers choose cabinet refacing when they want a different style of door to modernize the kitchen or when they want to lighten up cabinets that have a dark stain. It’s a cost-effective, relatively easy way to freshen up your home and make it more comfortable for you and your family.

When you choose refacing, you have a lot of flexibility in terms of what your kitchen will look like. Our kitchen cabinet building and alteration specialist has years of experience and works closely with you to help you bring your vision to life.

Our
Process

Our process includes removing the cabinet doors, which we take to our spray shop. The spray shop allows us to spray the doors in controlled conditions to get the best finish possible.

For the rest of the kitchen cabinets, we set up a temporary spray booth around the cabinetry. This allows us to spray the cabinets without getting stain or paint on anything else. We use paper and plastic to completely protect your countertops and backsplash. We also use a portable on-site exhaust to create a negative pressure booth. This helps eliminate fumes and atomized paint inside the on-site booth and stops anything from escaping.

The shell/bones, doors, and drawers all get filled where needed, sanded, and degreased before any spray work is done. We do everything required for kitchen cabinet resurfacing, like installing soft-close hinges, replacing glass doors, replacing handles/pulls, and making minor alterations to cabinets.

Options for Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

We can handle any and all of the following for you:

  • Ordering, installing, and painting, staining, or lacquering:
    • Replacement kitchen cabinet doors (solid wood doors or solid wood doors with glass panels)
    • Edge banding
    • Drawer fronts
    • Custom drawer boxes & storage, with soft-close gliders
    • Side panels
    • Toe kicks
    • Crown mouldings
    • Soft-close hinges, and hardware (knobs and pulls)
    • Microwave shelves
    • Wine storage
  • Extending upper cabinets to the ceiling
  • Adding a matching island, or modifying an existing one
  • Replacing side panels, if needed
  • Installing new countertops

Full Kitchen Renovations

Looking to renovate your kitchen? There’s no need for you to hire a general contractor, which can add thousands of dollars to your project. Or maybe you just want specific services like countertops, backsplashes, tile work, custom millwork, sinks and faucets, appliances, lighting, and flooring?

We have a reliable network of high-quality tradesmen and craftsmen we’ve worked with for years, and we’ll happily refer you to them.  We coordinate our work as a team, so you get all the benefits of hiring a general contractor without the added expense, which can add thousands of dollars to your project.

We don’t make any money from referring you to our network. We just want you to get the highest quality craftsmanship at the best price.

Ready for Your Custom Kitchen?

Why buy new when you can get the perfect colour and finish you want for a fraction of the cost? Contact us today and we’ll help you get started on the kitchen of your dreams.

From start to finish, Travis and his crew have been friendly, professional, well organized, hard working, and have made a pleasurable experience. It could not have gone smoother. We will call them again in the future. We truly recommend this company. You will not be disappointed. Thanks guys for a well job done!! – Sandra M.

I was thrilled with Burst of Colour. They did a wonderful job resurfacing my cupboards and changing the hardware. They were so neat and tidy, taping off diligently, and paid such attention to detail. Also Travis is the best communicator, always returning calls ASAP. Highly recommend. — Candace Allan

I would like to thank Travis and his team at A Burst of Colour for the exceptional job they did on my cabinets and trim. The job was completed in a timely manner and the results were first-class. The job site was left clean and the guys were quite professional. I would definitely use A Burst of Colour in the future. — Corry Koski