Replace or reface? We work closely with every customer to assist them in determining which option will work best for them and fit their budget. In most cases, if your existing cabinets are in sound condition, refacing is the least expensive option to get a new look. We can also combine these options. Flooring and countertop issues can sometimes hinder replacing lower cabinets, but we can reface them and install new upper cabinets or add additional cabinets.
Painted, pressboard cabinets were replaced with all wood constructed cherry cabinets. New upper cabinets are 42" high to ceiling. Granite counters were installed and breakfast bar was enhanced with wood panels and decorative corbels.
Orignal cabinetry was out dated and had poor use of space. Cabinets and counters were replaced to improve storage space and appearance.
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Original cabinetry was of sound wood construction. Cabinet boxes were painted white and new doors, drawers and trim were installed. Granite countertop and tile backsplash were also installed.
Sample finished cabinets
Refaced cabinets: Butterscotch maple raised panel
Replaced cabinets: Frosty white with coffee glaze. Solid wood fully adjustable shelving
New Cherry breakfast bar
Refaced cabinets: Chestnut oak
Refaced cabinets Harvest Oak
Customized recessed fluorescent ceiling fixture
We are a local supplier for Conestoga Wood Specialties products. Conestoga Wood has been providing quality wood cabinetry since 1964. Please visit their web site to explore the possibilities: