The bathrooms in homes built today have progressed past the point of being places where just the necessary hygiene issues are addressed and are more like salons where we go to relax and relieve the tension caused by this fast paced lifestyle we now live. However, if you are like most people, you live in a home that was built prior to the last twenty five years or so and you do not have a luxury master suite like those now common in most new homes. So, you do what all homeowners do and you take on a bath remodeling project in hopes of providing a more updated look in that tired old bathroom. cabinet refacing services colorado springs
When you begin to evaluate the steps necessary to update your bathroom, one of the first issues you will need to address are any cabinets that are present in the room. Are the cabinet boxes, doors, and drawers still in good shape and have not sustained any water damage due to leaky pipes? Are you happy with the look of the cabinets and just feel a new finish will suffice to give you a fresh, new look? If you answered yes to both of these questions then refacing your bathroom cabinets will meet your updating needs and save you quite a bit of time and money as well.
The tear out and replacement of cabinets can take weeks to accomplish if you are unable to replace your present bathroom cabinets with stock models from a local home improvement center and must have the units custom built. In addition to the time, the cost of cabinet replacement could easily run into thousands of dollars when everything is considered. This is why refacing bathroom cabinets is a great way to go if it will serve your needs as part of your remodeling project.
If you do choose to reface your cabinets, you will find the process can be quite simple and satisfying. Start by giving your cabinets a good scrubbing with a heavy duty cleaner. If your intent is to apply a stained finish to your cabinets, then strip the cabinets using one of the environmentally friendly strippers available on the market today. Once stripped, give the cabinets a light sanding, followed by the application of the new finish. If your cabinets will have a painted finish, lightly sand the cabinets, apply a primer followed by a couple of coats of finish paint. Replace the cabinet hardware, and you will have what appear to be brand new cabinets that will last for many years to come. When you consider the time and money saved during this project, I think you will agree that refacing your bathroom cabinets is well worth the effort.