So you just bought a new house, but inside you just realized that it’s far from being “new.” The kitchen looks like an old ‘70s movie, and the kitchen counters and cabinets look even older and more worn down than that. Fortunately, instead of investing in costly new cabinets, you can look at discount cabinets in Denver, and possibly get away with about $1,000 worth of refacing.
What is refacing? The process of refacing your kitchen cabinet doors simply involves giving your cabinets a makeover. You have to remove the old doors and replace them with new ones. Right before that, you can use a matching veneer design to cover all the other surfaces and make your cabinets look brand new.
The great thing about the refacing process is that it can even work with extremely old cabinets, as long as they still look pretty good and aren’t completely damaged. Cabinet doors are typically replaced to ensure that the most visible part looks good enough, but also to avoid any problems related to cabinet doors that are scratched or bent out of shape.
The financial aspect of refacing cabinet doors is what makes the process really worth it. You can often reduce your expenses 4-5 times, and the end result will still be enough to impress your neighbors.