If your kitchen cabinets are drab, falling apart, or even both, you have two choices on how to proceed. You can go with refacing or buying new cabinets. When it comes to cabinet refacing vs new cabinets, there are many factors to consider. This includes the cost of the materials, the cost of labor, the suitability of the wood for refacing, should you choose that route, and the cost of removing the old cabinets. Refacing is only possible if the cabinets are in good shape. The cabinet refacing cost depends on the kind of cabinets you have. For example, the cabinet refacing cost in a typical kitchen that is 10 feet by 12 feet is about $3,000 for laminate cabinets. Wood and custom veneers cost much more. In many cases, those cabinet refacing costs can be double, or even triple, that of laminate cabinet refacing.
How Much Do New Cabinets Cost?
At first glance, you might think that new cabinets cost far too much. Customized veneer cabinets can run you more than $30,000 for example. There are, however, low-cost kitchen cabinets out there that are well-constructed, aesthetically pleasing, and exceptionally reasonable. If you check out our website, you can see three price points for our low-cost kitchen cabinets. These cabinets are constructed from solid wood, and the drawers each support 50 pounds. In total, we can put in 11 cabinets for 40 percent less than most cabinet refacing costs. Regarding cabinet refacing vs new cabinets, the picture becomes clear: New is better than refacing.
Is There Any More Good News?
As a matter of fact, there is. If you were to install brand-new, low-cost kitchen cabinets from us, we’ll throw in 35 square feet of granite countertop at a remarkably reasonable price. Remember when we said that refacing a normally sized kitchen would cost at least $3,000? Well, when we can install brand new cabinets and a sizable chunk of granite countertop for $3,423 you can instantly see the extra value. If, by some fluke, a competitor beats our price, don’t worry. We’ll beat that other price by 10 percent because we believe in providing maximum value for every dollar every customer spends with us. Over the course of the last 13 years, we’ve had more than 10,000 fully satisfied customers.
Cabinet Refacing vs New Cabinets — Our Other Advantages
Even though our low-cost kitchen cabinets are constructed of solid plywood with no crushed board, you can choose from among several facing options and colors. From cinnamon-colored to dark toffee maple, you can pick something that suits your kitchen color scheme and style. To check out the feasibility of installing low-cost kitchen cabinets and the accompanying granite countertop, you can get a free in-home estimate. This estimate is provided by one of our interior design professionals. If you decide to go with any of our offers and deals, you can finance the end cost without interest as long as you pay it off within 12 months. That’s just one way we provide terrific customer service that’s equal to the quality of our products. Other ways we provide such customer service include:
•Responding quickly to all of your questions, comments, and complaints
•Maintaining honesty, integrity, and professionalism in all dealings
•Being friendly and conscientious while we’re in your home for the free estimate
•Providing you with a written cost breakdown so that we can get your approval
If you’re thinking about cabinet refacing vs new cabinets, feel free to call us for advice. If you’re ready to spruce up your kitchen, give us a call or drop by the showroom in Wayne, N.J. We’d be honored and privileged to be your kitchen remodeler of choice.
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