Spring is just around the corner (Monday, March 20 is the first day of spring; by the way).
And many North Bay homeowners are looking to start a kitchen remodeling project.
And this season’s hottest trend will be cabinet refacing.
In fact, many people have already taken advantage of it.
The main reasons why kitchen cabinet refacing is incredibly popular are:
- Cost-efficiency: It’s much less expensive to reface your cabinets than replace them completely
- Easy process: The Kitchen Gallery refacing process isn’t as messy or inconvenient as a full reno
- Speed: In just 30 days, your kitchen will be totally transformed
But that’s just the start.
There are many more benefits to bringing this cutting edge kitchen trend into your home this year.
And they are…
Benefit 1: Health and hygiene
Right now, there could be mildew and mold in your kitchen cabinet boxes.
Ripping out and tearing down your kitchen cabinets could expose those contaminants into the air.
On the other hand, kitchen or bathroom refacing adds fresh veneer to your boxes.
That, in turn, can eliminate those existing pollutants.
One more thing to consider:
Cabinet veneer can be manufactured to be resistant to mold and mildew. So there’s less chance of those nasty contaminants ending up back in your newly refaced cabinets.
Benefit 2: Plenty of design options for you to choose from
With kitchen cabinet refacing, the choice is yours when it comes to what you want to do.
For example, you can:
- Choose to only have the doors refaced
- Have the boxes and doors refaced if you wish
- Update your hardware (such as handles and hinges)
- Add custom trim and molding
- Select from a wide range of colours and styles
North Bay homeowners like you love cabinet refacing because it enables them to create a look that matches other aspects of the kitchen.
Benefit 3: It’s environmentally friendly
When you opt for custom cabinetry, that means your old, existing boxes must be taken down.
Afterwards, those torn down boxes need to be disposed of.
And unfortunately, they won’t end up:
- Being recycled
- Used for lumber
- Resold at an antique shop
Nope. They’ll end up in a landfill or a garbage dump.
That’s because many kitchen cabinets (especially if they’re older) contain formaldehyde, a hazardous compound.
Formaldehyde can’t be recycled or reused. Once it’s exposed, it must be disposed of in a landfill.
Because kitchen cabinet refacing keeps your boxes in place, any materials that are within them stay there, safe and out of the way.
Kitchen cabinet refacing is one of this year’s hottest design trends.
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Download your FREE copy of Cutting Edge Kitchen Trends, courtesy of Kitchen Gallery.
Benefit 4: It’s easy to tell when refacing is right for you
Want to know if cabinet refacing is your best option?
Answer these questions:
- Do you like the current layout of your kitchen?
- Are the insides of your cabinets are in good condition?
- Interested in saving money on your renovation costs?
- You’d love to transform your kitchen in just 30 days?
If you answered yes to any or all of those questions, then kitchen cabinet refacing is right for you.
Now’s the time to get started
Spring – the perfect season for fresh starts – is just about here.
When it comes to cabinets, we’ve refaced them in homes all over North Bay and Nipissing Region.
And we’d love to do the same for you.
The first step is to book a FREE in-home consultation with one of our design experts.
We’ll come to your home – at a time and date of your choosing – and discuss all your cabinet refacing options in a one-on-one, personalized setting.