Repainting your kitchen cabinets offers a cost-effective and transformative solution to revitalize your space without the need for a full renovation. With a fresh coat of paint, you can completely change the look and feel of your kitchen, giving it a modern, updated appearance. This process allows for customization, enabling you to choose colors that complement your style and the overall aesthetic of your home.
Additionally, repainting cabinets can enhance durability, providing a protective layer against wear and tear, grease, and moisture. It’s a relatively quick and straightforward way to breathe new life into your kitchen, increasing its appeal and potentially boosting the value of your home.
Before we paint your kitchen cabinets, our cabinet painters lay a tack cloth under the doors to protect other kitchen surfaces. We’ll also consult with you on appropriate stain levels and paint colors to complement your kitchen design if you’re looking for a new flow or aesthetics.
Although sheen paints are ideal since they offer more durability and easier cleaning, we provide all paint finishes from glossy to matte to suit your liking. If you’re going the more rustic route, we’ll refinish your cabinets within anywhere between a few days to one week, depending on cabinet quantity and the level of work required for each.
For complete satisfaction, our cabinet painting includes two coats of paint and a sprayed-on clear top coat. We mask surrounding items and use a quality sprayer for a brush-marked factory finish. Finally, we reinstall your cabinets and clean up your kitchen.
During the painting process, our 15-year-old team includes steps the other guys may not, including:
Cabinets are extensions of your kitchen walls, and you should treat them as such with the utmost care and protection. If you want a staining or paint job to give the cabinets a new lease on life without expensive door replacements, trust our high-level processes that vary depending on your cabinet types, materials, and design preferences.
We carefully remove the doors from the hinges so we can lay the surfaces flat for easier maintenance. Our experienced cabinet painters remove the tainted paint and sand the surfaces by hand or with appropriate power tools to eradicate dents and other imperfections. Afterward, we prime for even oil paint distribution and durable colors.