Both cabinet replacement and cabinet resurfacing can be relied on to change your kitchen’s appearance completely. Complete cabinet replacement is certainly much more expensive and more time-consuming than resurfacing, but in some situations, it is the only solution, while in other cases, a little touch-up done on your cabinet doors is all that your kitchen needs – here is a short guide for you to help you decide which approach is best for you:
- Solid cabinet boxes that need no work at all – if your cabinet doors are worn, but the box is strong and intact, there is no need to throw away the entire cabinet. Refresh the appearance of the door with some paint or wallpaper, add a new handle and your cabinet will look like new;
- The cabinet boxes are damaged – if the damage caused by aging goes beyond the cabinet door, replacement is the best idea;
- Complete kitchen remodeling – if you are planning to change the layout of your kitchen, it is probably a good idea to get new discount cabinets in Denver to match the new design. If the remodeling involves moving important components of the kitchen, such as the stove or the sink, which involves moving utility pipes and connections as well, you definitely need new cabinets, too.