The truth is, that the kitchen is the gathering place and is the hub of the house. It’s where kids come for a snack when they come home from school. It’s the place where everyone congregates at parties, where the meals are made, secrets shared, late night drinks imbibed.
When there is so much activity in one place, it’s not unreasonable to think that it gets more wear.
The finish on your cabinets, even at the highest level, will start whispering to you that a new coat of paint might be in order.
You won’t have to redo the whole kitchen, but kitchen cabinet painting and refinishing will give you the sense that you have a brand-new kitchen.
Making It Look New
Giving your cabinets a new look means removing all cabinet doors and drawers and marking their locations. These are then carefully wrapped and transported them to the paint shop. This is a controlled environment containing a spray booth. Painting this way gives your cabinets a finish that looks brand, spanking new. During the period of spray painting, the surrounds will be painted by prior appointment s. This will be done in time for everything to be put back together. Once done, you’ll feel like you have an entirely new kitchen again and a new hub of the house.
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