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A Full Range of Professional Design, Refinishing & Remodeling Services

CABINET REFINISHING

If you like the cabinet doors you have now, and they are in good shape, refinishing is for you. It is the most economical way to update your space.  All doors and drawer fronts are removed and taken off-site to be professionally sprayed.  The boxes are hand brushed by our team in your home.  Depending on the size of your kitchen, we complete our cabinet refinishing jobs within 3 to 4 days.  We also offer carpentry and moldings to your existing cabinets to further enhance the custom look of your space.

DESIGN SERVICES

We can consult on every design decision for your project to guide you through color, cabinetry, countertops, backsplash, flooring, hardware and lighting.  We realize there are different design needs on every project and offer a design package starting at $500.  If additional time is needed, that can be added on to the final invoice.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Most of our projects require multiple contractors in a variety of fields (plumber, electrician, carpenter, countertops, etc).  Our project manager will help you navigate scheduling every step of the way.

CABINET CARE

Here’s what we recommend:

  1. Your paint will need between 15-30 days to fully cure.  Use your cabinets gently during the 1st 30 days.  The paint will be dry to the touch, but soft, and can scratch easily during this curing process.
  2. With shelves and furniture please wait 3-5 days before replacing belongings, as they may stick to curing paint.
  3. Remember to use the knobs & pulls on your doors and drawers.  That will greatly help to lengthen the life of your paint job. Opening the doors and drawers by the edges will cause the paint to wear more quickly!  Keep in mind, paint will not last forever if it’s not properly cared for.  But if you follow these simple guidelines, it can last indefinitely!
  4. Do not use harsh chemicals or bleaches, or any products containing ammonia, when cleaning. Ammonia will soften latex paint (No Windex!).  Soap and water should work fine.  Magic Erasers are great too. Cuts right through grease and ugly smudges.
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