Cabinet Refacing

If you like the current layout of your kitchen and are just looking to update its appearance, cabinet refacing from Kitchen 180 is for you!

Cabinet refacing is less expensive than a full remodel, but is a dramatic enhancement to your kitchen. Installation time is generally quicker and less stressful than a full remodel, too. In some cases, you won’t even need to remove the contents of your existing cabinets!

Refacing is a simple and convenient process of replacing worn, outdated cabinet doors and drawer front by apply a matching pressure sensitive veneer over the existing face frame and end panels. We offer Good, Better and Best options to fit any budget.

Good

  • Replace door and drawer fronts to match existing face frame material and color
  • Replace old hinges and drawer guides with new and include self closing feature
  • Add new moldings above and below wall cabinets

Better

  • Replace door and drawer fronts with new style and color
  • Paint face frames and end panels to match
  • Add new moldings to top of wall cabinets and paint to match
  • Replace old hinges and drawer guides with new and include soft close feature
  • Add new moldings above and below wall cabinets

Best

  • Replace door and drawer fronts with new style and color
  • Apply pressure sensitive adhesive veneer over face frames and end panels
  • Apply pressure sensitive adhesive to the interior of select cabinets and glass front doors
  • Apply doors to exposed finished ends
  • Add solid wood dovetail drawers with full extension self-closing undermount guides
  • Install appliance panels to conceal dishwasher and refrigerator
  • Add new moldings above and below wall cabinets