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maddog12

  1 month ago

Kitchen cabinets---replace or re-face???

We are thinking about about possibly replacing or re-facing our kitchen cabinets. Has anyone had experience replacing or re-facing kitchen cabinets? I would imagine replacing the cabinets would be more expensive, but I don't know much about re-facing. Has anyone done a cost comparison? I am also interested in pros and cons both ways. Thanks!!
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S7799931t

  1 month ago
Re face! Reply
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maltascott1

  1 month ago
If you have good wood cabinets with features like adjustable shelves and don't wish to change your kitchens footprint? Then refacing is the wayto go.
If you have crummy cabinets then why polish a turd
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pc1976

  1 month ago
We had one bathroom completely torn out and redone and it looks beautiful but the demo was such a huge mess and it's hard to live in it while they are building it back. We are considering reglazing the tub, shower and tile in our second bathroom and also refacing the cabinets in the kitchen. We have friends who refaced their cabinets and they are beautiful, they look good as new. Reply
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vklucy05

  1 month ago
I have done both. Loved my refaced. They looked fabulous. Now I have few side cupboards but have large drawers. I would never go back to cupboards. Reply
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babycake

  1 month ago
Had. New cabinets made and installed on original frames and had a quality installation with great finish and new knobs and look brand new with nowhere the cost of a complete tear down of old cabinets and total chaos Reply
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rcwitch

  1 month ago
g Reply
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S1257642a

  1 month ago
Reface when possible if solid wood Reply
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pdnr

  1 month ago
I've never renovated a kitchen except to add an island in a former home. I think you should consider whether there's anything you would like to change in the layout of the kitchen, i.e. install a larger sink or move the stove. If so, this would be the perfect time to make changes rather than regret not doing it later. Personally, I'm not sure that I would want to add a veneer front to a cabinet if I could afford to completely replace them with solid wood cabinets. Reply
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tonythatop2

  1 month ago
yes Reply
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