Kitchen cabinet refacing lets you keep solid construction of cabinet, while changing out of doors and hardware, giving appearance of brand new cabinets. Although rectification cabinet is cheaper than installing all new cabinets, it is important to estimate costs before committing to work. In most of rooms in your house, paint or wallpaper takes up most of wall space. This is simply not case in your kitchen, where cabinets dominate. If you’ve fallen out of love with look of your cabinets, consider cabinet rectification.
Determine what type of material to use. Plastic laminates is one of Cheaper materials kitchen cabinet refacing, cost £ 650 to £ 1950, but upgrading to more expensive materials such as wood can cost from £ 2,600 to £ 5850. These costs typically include cost of removing old doors cabinets and drawer fronts, installing new cabinet doors and drawer fronts and cost of materials.
Visit websites, such as contractors, (contractors.com), ServiceMagic (servicemagic.com) or ConstructionWork (constructionwork.com) that will direct you to contractors in your area who make kitchen cabinet refacing. Call a few contractors and compare quotes, with each contractor how many cabinets you have and what material to use. Make sure that everything is included in price contractor gives you. A good contractor should include removing old cabinets and installing new hardware.