Cabinet Refacing in Reno

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Refinishing vs. Refacing

Cabinet refacing is also a more convenient, safer, timelier alternative to cabinet “refinishing,” a process we don’t do and do not recommend.

  • Refacing can save you 30% – 50% compared to the price of total cabinet replacement and most jobs are completed within three days.
  • Refacing is the process of installing new veneers on the exterior of the existing carcasses and replacing the doors, drawer fronts and molding.
  • Locally owned and operated in Sparks, NV. We proudly service Reno, NV and northern Nevada. 
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Locally Owned & Made in Reno

At Refaceful®, we build and finish all our own doors, drawer fronts and other reface components, right here in Reno, NV. We pass on those factory direct savings to you. Our cutting-edge designs and prices beat the big box stores.

Refaceful® believes in old fashioned customer service, one customer at a time.

The Cabinet Refacing Process

Advantages of Cabinet Refacing

Affordable Costs

Cost less than refinishing or new cabinetry

Quick

Completed in Days (not weeks or months)

Clean

All finishing done off-site in our factory

Safe

No harsh chemicals used in your home

All NEW

Doors, drawer fronts

All NEW

soft-close hinge hardware

All NEW

Drawer boxes with full extension (soft-close slides, optional)

All NEW

Handle hardware

Before Cabinet Refacing

BEFORE

After Cabinet Refacing

8 HOURS LATER

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it worth it to reface cabinetry?

Absolutely! Most of the time we find that the only thing wrong with cabinetry that people want to reface is that finish is worn out and/or the overall look and style is outdated. Usually the cabinet carcass, or box, is generally in good condition and has much more life left in it. Cabinet refacing allows you to get more out of your original cabinet purchase by making the outside look new again, even though nothing really changed on the inside of the cabinet.

How much should cabinet refacing cost?

It’s hard to put an exact dollar amount on the price of refacing, because no two kitchens are the same when it comes to the size and quantity of cabinetry. At Refaceful® our price is based on the type and amount of material that is needed to reface the exterior of your cabinetry. Suffice it to say, refacing a cabinet is generally half the price of buying new!

Is it cheaper to reface or replace cabinets?

No question…the price of cabinet refacing is half of total cabinet replacement. With total cabinet replacement, you’re having to replace countertops, appliances, sink (and disposal), faucets and other plumbing, where with cabinet refacing, we’re only addressing the cosmetic exterior of the cabinetry itself…there’s no need to replace the other items, unless you want to.

No question…the price of cabinet refacing is half of total cabinet replacement. With total cabinet replacement, you’re having to replace countertops, appliances, sink (and disposal), faucets and other plumbing, where with cabinet refacing, we’re only addressing the cosmetic exterior of the cabinetry itself…there’s no need to replace the other items, unless you want to.

What do they do when they reface cabinets?

The Refaceful® way of refacing a cabinet is the following:
1. Remove all doors and old hinge hardware
2. Remove all drawers and old drawer slides
3. Remove all molding, applied finished end panels & toe kicks
4. Degrease the cabinet exterior, lightly abrade the existing finish, and tack cloth the exterior of the cabinet carcasses.
5. Apply adhesive to the cabinet exterior (no messy or smelly sprays)
6. Install new prefinished veneers, applied finished end panels, molding and toe kick to cabinet exterior
7. Install new doors with modern day soft-close hinge hardware
8. Install new drawers with modern day soft-close drawer slides and dovetail drawer boxes
9. Install new handle hardware

No question…the price of cabinet refacing is half of total cabinet replacement. With total cabinet replacement, you’re having to replace countertops, appliances, sink (and disposal), faucets and other plumbing, where with cabinet refacing, we’re only addressing the cosmetic exterior of the cabinetry itself…there’s no need to replace the other items, unless you want to.

We have a few drawers that don't work properly, can they be replaced?

Absolutely!  Your new drawer boxes will include brand new 100% extension, ball-bearing slides. The best part about replacing the drawer box is that your new drawers will come standard with a “soft-close” feature that will close your drawers softly and quietly every time.

How long does it take to reface a common-sized kitchen?

On average it only takes about 3 days. Some jobs, like bathroom vanities, can be completed in as little as four hours!

We would like to replace our contertop. How does that affect refacing the cabinetry?

It doesn’t affect the cabinet refacing at all. However, we do recommend that the new countertop be installed before the cabinets are refaced. This way, when we reface your cabinets, we can fix any cabinet damage that may have occurred when the countertop was installed.

We love our countertop and do not intend to replace it. How does that affect refacing the cabinetry?

That’s perfect…it won’t affect the refacing of your cabinets at all. We’ll work with the existing countertop and three days after we start, you’ll have what looks to be a brand new kitchen.

Can you reface other cabinets outside kitchen and bathroom cabinetry?

Definitely! We can reface nearly any cabinetry regardless where they may be located. Cabinetry is our craft and we are comfortable refacing cabinets anywhere it could help beautify your home.

How long will refacing last?

Several factors play a role in how long your refacing will last: temperature, humidity, and general wear and tear are all common considerations. However, as a general rule, the underlying cabinetry will probably deteriorate before the refacing will. Refacing should add a minimum of 7 to 10 years of life to your cabinetry, and in many instances we’ve seen it add more.

Do you refinish cabinets?

No. We’ve found that most of the refinishing jobs we’ve seen end up chipping or peeling over a short period of time. The cost of trying to save your existing doors and drawer fronts by stripping them and applying a new finish usually costs more than they’re worth. Not to mention that cabinet refinishing is a messy process that uses harsh chemicals in your home.

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Our specially trained Measure Techs will meet you at your home to gather all the technical information we need for generating designs and pricing for your project.

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Design Review

After reviewing all the technical data collected by the Measure Tech, your dedicated project manager and design expert will meet with you to go over your designs and pricing options.

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Detail Selections

After settling on the perfect design, it’s time to have fun selecting all the little details that make your project unique. From door styles, to wood species, finish color & handle hardware, there’s lots to think about, and we’re here to help.

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