CABINET PAINTING & REFINISHING
Cabinet Services in Atlanta & Decatur
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Residential Painting Services in Atlanta > Kitchen Cabinet Refinishing
Cabinet Painting & Refinishing Services In Atlanta, GA
Kitchen and in-wall cabinets can be brought back to life with a fresh coat of paint. Our interior painting professionals can refinish the cabinets in your home for a fraction of the cost of full cabinet replacement. Most restoration projects include replacement of hardware, fixes to dents and dings, prepping the cabinets, priming, and painting to the color of your choosing.
Benefits of cabinet restoration & painting projects:
- More affordable than cabinet replacement
- Faster project times than replacement of cabinets
- Modernize the look and feel of dated cabinets
- Multiple color and finish options
- Dramatically change the look of your kitchen
- Increase home / resale value
If you are looking to hire a crew for a cabinet restoration project, get started by setting up a free estimate appointment with our team.
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Set up a free estimate appointment with our team to learn more about pricing and timeline information for your cabinet painting project.
Local Featured Project
The below project gives a visual overview of what to expect during your kitchen cabinet project. The below photos were taken by our team during a cabinet painting project for a customer in Atlanta.
Prep For Cabinet Painting
This project for a customer in Atlanta shows how the kitchen is prepped for a cabinet painting project.
Room Prep For Cabinets
Floors and kitchen equipment are covered to protect surfaces from paint landing where it is not intended to.
The Kitchen Cabinet Restoration Process
Project requirements will vary depending on the type of cabinets you have and the scope of the work for your project. However, most cabinets follow a process similar to what is outlined below.
Door & Hardware Removal
The first step in our process is to ready the surfaces for painting by removing all hardware and doors from the cabinet. For most projects the doors are painted while removed from the cabinetry.
Surface Prep / Sanding
Surfaces may need sanding, repairs, or other prep work done before any paint or primer is applied. We will prep the surface to ensure a strong bond between the paint the the wood.
Prime / Paint Surfaces
The application process and need to prime will vary depending on the cabinet and type of product being applied. Some projects we use spray equipment to apply paint, others we use rollers.
Paint / Stain Mounted Cabinets
The mounted cabinets are then painting while still in position against the wall. The surfaces are let to completely dry before reassembly.
Once all surfaces are fully dried, our crew will reassemble the now updated cabinets, many customers opt to have new hardware installed during reassembly.