When you need a professional, top-notch service, friendly service, and a fast turnaround, call the local cabinet painters for a quote. Get in contact with today’s cabinet painters for more information! We offer high-quality, custom cabinetry. Our wood cabinets are made from solid wood, not pressed wood or particleboard, which will last for many years to come. Because we use superior quality raw materials, our artistry is flawless, and our workmen take pride in their work.
In addition to the beauty of our wood cabinets, we also offer a variety of other cabinetry and painting services. Whether you need a wall or floor covering, carpet cleaning, or upholstery, we can help you create the best interior decor. Plus, since we utilize the best paint and sealants available, your newly painted or refurbished cabinetry is like new!
Painting and refinishing cabinets is not easy, but it is possible. Many people believe that cabinet painters are only capable of painting the surfaces of the cabinets. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The surface of cabinets is much different than the finish on a car. We must prep the surfaces, especially if they have been exposed to moisture or water for an extended period of time.
Most kitchen cabinets are painted with latex or melamine coating, which will gradually crack, peel and yellow over time. Not only do we have to repair this damage, but the older the paint gets the harder it is to keep clean. Therefore, it is necessary to strip the old coat of paint, sand the doors and drawer fronts, and then prepare them for paint. If the paint on the doors needs to be replaced, your cabinet painters will know how to properly apply the new paint. Most kitchen cabinets are painted flat, so you will need to prepare them in order to ensure they are flat and smooth when they are ready to be re-painted.
Once you have completed your kitchen cabinets, you may want to think about the new life they could bring to your home. By having them resurfaced by cabinet painters, you can get them ready for sale, while having them looking as fresh as they did the day they were installed. This can make a significant difference in the price you pay for a new home.
Today’s DIYers often prefer to take on small jobs themselves, but many of them don’t realize the time involved in getting the job done. A project that involves painting kitchen cabinets may require at least two days of preparation and at least two days of work before it is completed. This means that your professional cabinet painters are going to give you the best value for your money and show you how to preserve the beauty of your cabinets for years to come.
You will also need to consider whether or not you want the insides of your cabinets sanded. Some people like the texture of wood or stone, while others prefer the matte finish of stainless steel or nickel. Keep in mind that the type of finish you choose will affect the final appearance of your doors. If you want them to look aged, you will likely want to choose an old-fashioned finish. If you would like them to look newer, you will probably want to use a modern stain that will give the insides light shine.
The best time to have your cabinets re-painted is after the existing paint has been applied. If you wait too long to paint your cabinets, you may end up with cabinets that look a lot worse than they were before you had them painted. For example, if you decide to have stains applied to your cabinets before you have them sanded, you may end up with cabinets that are half covered in stain. Once the stains have dried, you will need to apply a primer on top of the new paint and make any necessary repairs, then you can sand off the primer and put the top back on.