Is Painting a Cabinet Worth It?
Painting is often the best option for people who are on a budget. If you need to make an economical choice, painting will be more cost-effective than buying new cabinets and having them installed in your house.
Benefits of Cabinet Painting
Our Cabinet Painting and More!
Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Cabinets are the most prominent fixtures in your kitchen.
So if you aren’t happy with what you have, we want to help you to transform them into cabinets that you’re proud of.
You can work with us to plan for how we can repaint your kitchen cabinets with the design that you want!
Whatever style change you like for our kitchen, our painters will gladly help you with it.
When we restore cabinets, it doesn’t involve buying all new materials. We keep all of your existing cabinetry.
We give what is already there a face-lift!
We’ll simply repaint after we sand and remove the existing finish or paint from the wood of your cabinet.
Lastly, we will paint the cabinets and they will look brand new!
Staining involves protecting and preserving the beauty of the wood. When we do staining, we do it for the purpose of making your wood last longer.
How Much Does it Cost to Paint Kitchen Cabinets?
The short answer is – SO much less than you probably think!
Make your kitchen cabinet look like new with our competitive and cost-effective cabinet painting services.
Call us for a free quote and we will guide you through our cabinet painting process so that you will know what to expect and how much it will cost.
Kind Home Solutions Cabinet Painting Process
Step 1: Prep
Our team will protect all surfaces and floors and mask off everything in your kitchen space. We will then create an enclosed area for our team to work.
Step 2: Cleaning
On every project we will disassemble and clean every door, drawer and box. It’s important to get any dirt or grime off the surface area before moving on.
Step 3: Sanding
We will give all doors, drawers and surfaces a light sand to remove the cabinets top coating. This will ensure that the paint adheres the cabinet surface properly.
Step 4: Priming
We will do two coats of a top-grade primer before we do any painting. In between each primer application we do some more light sanding and cleaning to create that smooth surface.
Step 5: Painting
We then do two coats of the highest-grade, best quality products designed specifically for cabinets. 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 and re-install all the hardware. After everything is put back together we will clean up any mess we’ve made so you can enjoy your new kitchen immediately!