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Cleveland’s Cabinet Refinishing Experts
Are your kitchen cabinets looking dark and drab? Are you looking to hire a professional painter to refinish your cabinets with a fresh new look? You have come to the right place!
What makes us the best? We paint the doors and drawer fronts with a special sprayer to give a smooth, durable finish. We also provide piece of mind with our Annual Touch-Up Plan, which means every year we’ll do any necessary touch-ups to keep the cabinets looking great!
Refinish Kitchen Cabinets
Painting cabinets is a very popular service as it is a lot less expensive than replacing the cabinets but essentially gives the same result. If your cabinets are in good shape, you can hire us to revitalize them with a new color such as white or gray.
How much does it cost to get cabinets painted?
Hopefully after reading a brief overview of the process you understand that it is not as simple as painting the walls in your home. When trying to budget for a cabinet refinishing price it is wise to compare it to completely replacing the cabinets with new.
Every project is different just as every kitchen is different. With that being said, most projects are between $3,000 and $6,000. A decent starting point is to count the number of doors and the number of drawers and multiply that by $100 and $125. This should give a decent range to expect.
The Textbook Way.
We always aim to do things the “textbook” way. (Hence our name!) It is important to make sure the proper process is followed or the paint won’t last. It is easy to make cabinets look good at first, the real key is making sure to do it the right way so they look great in 5 or 10 years!
Cabinet Painting Cleveland
We start by protecting the surfaces in the kitchen such as the countertops. Then we remove all doors and drawer fronts as well as all hardware. The surface will require a thorough cleaning, often with a degreaser. Then the existing coating will need a light sanding to remove any gloss or varnish. Paint will not stick to a slick or shiny surface.
After wiping down the cabinets and doors we are ready to prime. We will use a primer that is specifically designed for adhesion. Finally, we will apply two coats of a top-quality paint that is designed for cabinets and trim. An enamel paint is a harder, more durable type of paint and when a semi-gloss is applied it will provide a great look and a very durable coating.
All cabinet doors and drawer fronts are brought back to our shop in Lakewood to be sprayed with a special sprayer so they get a smooth, durable finish.
No one wants contractors in their home for weeks and weeks. Cabinet refinishing only takes 3-5 Days on average.
We prep, mask and prime
We put the color and finish coat
We put it all back together
We put it all back together