Are Painted Cabinets Worth It?
Cabinet painting and cabinet refinishing are specialties we are proud of. We can say that you will not have to spend a lot of money just to get a cabinet that looks beautiful. Our cabinet painting services are focused on improving the aesthetic appeal of your cabinets and providing added protection so that your cabinets will last longer.
And, having your cabinet painted with a fresh color of paint is a great way to save money as well!
Benefits of Cabinet Painting
Our Cabinet Painting and Other Services
Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Your kitchen is the heart of your home. If you want to give it a fresh look, work with us and our painters so that we can change up all those outdated cabinets for something more modern! We have experts who will paint any style.
When restoring cabinets, our team will always make sure to keep all of the existing cabinetry. We simply paint after sanding and removing any old finish or paints from wood surfaces in your cabinet(s).
When we stain your wood, the goal is to make it last longer. We do this by protecting and preserving its beauty for years with a highly durable color that will protect against wear-and tear in any environment.
How Much Does it Cost to Paint Kitchen Cabinets?
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Kind Home Solutions Cabinet Painting Process
Step 1: Prep
We will create an enclosed area where our team can work without any distractions or dangers outside their normal duties in order for them to get done as quickly possible so that no one is left waiting!
Step 2: Cleaning
Every project we will take apart and clean every door, drawer or box. It’s important to get any dirt off the surface area before moving onto step 3 so that your final product looks its best.
Step 3: Sanding
We’re giving all of the doors and drawers a light sand to make sure that they stick better after we paint them.
Step 4: Priming
We will do two coats of top-grade primer before we paint any surface. In between each application, light sanding and cleaning are done for that smooth finish you’re looking for.
Step 5: Painting
The first coat of our high-grade products will be applied to cabinets, and it’s specifically designed for this application. We typically use Sherwin Williams Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel.
Step 6: Reassemble & Clean-Up
Once the cabinets have dried and cured, we will reassemble them again with all of their hardware. After that’s done, any mess from our installation will be cleaned up so you can enjoy your new kitchen immediately.