What is a kitchen resurface you might ask. Well, it's just that: resurfacing your kitchen. A complete kitchen remodel can be quite intrusive, expensive, dusty, dirty and time consuming; but a kitchen resurface can be quick, inexpensive and totally transform your kitchen without changing the layout. What's involved in a kitchen resurface is usually replacing all the doors and drawer fronts, sanding the frames of the cabinet down to bare wood and laminating new wood on the body of the cabinets. Then staining or painting the cabinets a new color. We can add trim, new soft close hardware (drawer slides and hinges) new dovetail, solid wood drawer boxes, or anything else to revamp your kitchen without totally removing the old cabinets.
Here is a kitchen we at Matthews Custom Construction are particularly proud of. It started out as a usual, run of the mill oak kitchen with tile counter tops.
Then we took off all the doors, counter top, taped off the kitchen, sanded the face frames, laminated on new veneer on the sides, and stained and urethaned the cabinets.
Here are the new doors drying on the rack.
Once we got the trim done, we put it inside to get ready for installation onto the cabinets.
Once we took the paper and plastic off the walls, we started installing all the doors, drawer fronts and hardware.
Here's a closer look at the new granite counter tops.
And a final look at the "new" kitchen. What a transformation, huh? It's a brand "new" kitchen. Same layout, same number of drawers, just a whole new look. If you are in the Riverside, Corona, Loma Linda or anywhere in the Inland Empire, go to our website to find out how we can transform your new kitchen.