The kitchen is the heart of the home and your kitchen cabinets take up a lot of real estate in the space. If you want to brighten or change the tone of this vital room but find replacing the cabinets to be cost prohibitive, consider getting them painted to brighten the space.
Why Paint Your Cabinets?
There are two very good reasons to paint your cabinets rather than replacing them. First, painting is easier on your budget. If you're planning a bigger kitchen renovation later, painting now can help you love the kitchen you have while you make decisions about the kitchen you dream about. In addition, and the process of replacing cabinets can mean a lot of demolition, disruption, mess and worry. Painting what you have is a great way to give this very busy room a facelift with a minimum of disruption and cost.
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Preparation is Key
The cabinets will be cleaned and then sanded so the primer adheres well, and the sanding dust will need to be removed one last time before priming. The professionals at T. Whitaker Painting have the experience necessary to suggest the best cleaning products, the level of sanding your cabinets will take, and the best primer and topcoat. The priming process is critical to make sure the finishing coat adheres to the cabinet and will also prevent stains from bleeding through your topcoat will look terrific.
With the right cleaning, prep, quality primer, and a skilled cabinet painting crew, you will be thrilled with the finished appearance of your cabinet project. The team at T. Whitaker will take the time to make sure that both the primer and the topcoat are applied in light enough layers that any molding or detail on your cabinets will be drip-free.. In addition to looking great, the topcoat finish will be durable and will have a consistent sheen as well as be easy to clean. It's important to note that a great topcoat often means several layers of primer and paint or lacquer, rather than thick layers which requires long stretches of dry time.
The T. Whitaker Painting team can help you to preserve the hardware you already have or will happily replace it with new hardware of your choice. It's important to note that cabinet hardware specifications can be tricky. If your hardware is outdated or if you just want to look for something new, we strongly recommend you pull samples from your existing kitchen and visit a showroom or home supply store, so you find replacement hardware with the right spacing. While it is possible to drill new holes for cabinet handles and drawer pulls, this will require extra time.. Finding hardware that fits existing holes is a better decision.
No matter how excited you are about your painting project, the idea of turning over your kitchen to a painting crew can be a cause of concern. However, your project comes with a satisfaction guarantee. T. Whitaker Painting has been a part of the community for over 35 years and is happy to provide you with a copy of our license, insurance, and recent 5-Star reviews. We're here to help you create a beautiful space in your home that you can be happy with for many years to come, and the New Egypt community is our home as well as yours. Your home will be treated with the utmost care and respect and if you're not happy with the work we will do whatever it takes to make things right.
Your kitchen is probably the hardest working room in the house and is always in use. Even if all you do is make coffee every morning, you know how meaningful this space is. To make sure that your kitchen cabinet refinishing project works with your schedule, please contact us for a quote and we will happily answer any questions you may have. For instance, you are probably curious about what the project will entail, how long the painting will take, whether or not you'll need to pack up any belongings and when we can start. Unfortunately, there's no way to improve your home without some disruption. However, the T. Whitaker cabinet painting teams will do their best to make sure that any minor inconvenience you have to endure during the painting process will be well worth it when you see your completed kitchen transformation.