Cabinet Painting & Refinishing Services
In the Greater Knoxville, TN Area
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Kitchen Cabinet Painting & Restoration in the Greater Knoxville Area
It’s common for homeowners in Knoxville to restore and repaint their exiting cabinetry instead of doing a full replacement. This is a great option of your cabinets are a of a quality build and material but the surfaces are starting to wear or fade. Most of the time our customers also get new hardware, and have the walls in the kitchen painted along with their cabinet restoration project. You can add more life to any cabinets in your home with a fresh coat of paint. Our interior painting professionals can refinish your cabinets at a fraction of the price of installing new cabinets.
As part of our carpentry painting services, we can add paint finishes to the following:
Kitchen Cabinet Restoration Ideas & Resources
The community section of our website has some helpful guides and materials to use for inspiration when making decisions on how you want your cabinets to look.
White cabinets are very popular in the Knoxville area. However many home owners still opt for a more traditional stained wood look. Either option can look amazing in your home. Set up a free estimate appointment to get pricing information as well as to get some color options and samples.
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CertaPro Painters’ Cabinetry Refinishing and Painting Process
For cabinetry projects, we remove hardware and cabinet doors. Our painters then re-install the door hardware and re-hang the doors once we have completed painting the cabinets. When you have a need for carpentry repairs, as well as carpentry painting, call CertaPro Painters.
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Kitchen Cabinet Projects We Completed
See below for cabinet restoration and painting projects we completed in the Knoxville, TN area.
Bathroom Cabinet Painting
We restored these bathroom cabinets with a restoration and painting project.
Kitchen Cabinet Painting
This kitchen in Knoxville was modernized with a kitchen cabinet painting project from our team.
Kitchen Painting Project
Before and after our project (left and right) The cabinets were painted black alongside bright walls and surfaces.
This built in cabinet was painted by our team as part of an interior painting project in Knoxville.
Kitchen Cabinet Restoration
This home in Knoxville had its kitchen cabinets restored to like-new condition with a restoration project from our team.
Kitchen Cabinet Painting Project
Its been popular to update cabinets to white in the Knoxville area. Pictured here is an after photo from a restoration project we recently completed.
Kitchen Cabinet Restoration
White cabinets are a very popular color for cabinet restoration projects in Knoxville.
Common Questions About Cabinet Painting Projects
Below are some of the most common questions customers ask us when having their cabinets restored by our team.
Do you paint the cabinets at my home?
CertaPro can paint cabinets at your home per request. We would simply have to setup a spray station in an empty garage as long as temperatures are warm enough to paint. Typically, we transport cabinet doors and drawer facings to our office warehouse for preparation & spray application. The framing components of the cabinets are prepared and painted in the kitchen.
How long does a cabinet painting project typically take to complete?
Duration times can vary greatly, depending on the number of cabinets or size of the project. On average, this will require 5-7 business days to complete. This is due to the work required to prepare the cabinets for the primer coat, applying finish coats, and allowing adequate drying time in between each coat.
Can I use my kitchen directly after the painting is complete?
You may use cabinets gingerly, within a day or two of completion. The top coat generally takes two to three weeks for a full cure, so heavy usage and cleaning should be postponed during that time.
Do I need to be present while the crew is painting?
While painting cabinets, our crew will be working portions of the day on site and portions of the day at our warehouse with the doors and drawer facings. Our crew assigned to the job, will communicate with you daily to let you know what days and times we will be on site so you can plan accordingly. Once on site work is complete, we will no longer require access to the inside. If you’re comfortable leaving a key for us to access your home, our Job Site Supervisor will lock up when finished, and our Service Manager will continue visiting your home throughout the project to ensure cleanliness and quality.
What type of paint does CertaPro use, and why?
We prefer to use oil based primers and a water-based urethane enamel top-coat for our cabinet projects. While longer cure times are needed, when you invest in painting cabinets, you want something that will last. Latex paints will begin to peel due to water and heat exposure, rub bare from the oils of hands, and ultimately require more maintenance. Oil and urethane enamel products cure stronger and will provide a better finish and durability. We use Sherwin Williams Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel. Sheen is determined by individual customer’s preference, but we typically apply a satin, semi-gloss, or gloss finish. The higher the sheen usually allows for better washability for cleaning.
How will I need to prepare prior to the painters arrival?
All we require is that you empty out your cabinets and drawers of glasses, pots and pans etc. We do not paint the interiors of the cabinets or drawers, unless requested, which requires additional costs and is unnecessary. However, due to some sanding involved, prevention of dust getting on various items is mitigated by removing items from the cabinets.
How do I choose the right color?
We recommend visiting any Sherwin Williams paint store and looking at colors. It is helpful to narrow down some color choices and then pickup a few paint samples to apply to the cabinets prior to the project starting. Paint colors may look different when viewed on the color swatch versus the actual surface. Putting an actual sample up will also help see how the color looks in different types of light throughout the day. We ask that colors be submitted to our office prior to the project starting so that we are prepared prior to the project start. If you are still unsure on which color to choose, we can help set up a free virtual color consultation with Sherwin Williams. Ask you sales representative for more details!