Cabinet Refinishing and Painting Service
CertaPro Painters® of Federal Way
Ready to make a change?
CertaPro Painters® of Federal Way Provides High Quality Cabinet Painting Services
CertaPro Painters® of Federal Way offers cabinet refinishing and painting services. Our skilled craftsmen can help you fix your home or commercial building with high-quality repair.
The Best Way To Refinish Cabinets
If you’re tired of the way your kitchen cabinets look, you don’t have to pay to have a new kitchen installed. You can save money and give your kitchen a facelift by having your cabinets refinished. This project requires a lot of work and craftsmanship, so it’s best to hire experienced professionals from CertaPro Painters®. With us, you can rest assured that the job will be done with skill and precision.
There are several options for cabinet refinishing. They can be painted in place, removed, and sprayed in a garage. They can also be taken off-site for a more controlled refinishing. The time it takes to refinish cabinets will depend on how many you have. Typically, it takes anywhere between a couple of days to one week. You won’t be able to use your kitchen during this time, as the area is protected.
When refinishing is complete, you will most likely need to paint the transition areas. It’s important to have the job done by professionals because they know exactly how to remove and replace hardware. Kitchen cabinets are almost always factory finished. Our CertaPro Painters® team knows how to create the right adhesion for the paint.
Our services are not only limited to kitchen cabinets, we can help with with a variety of other cabinets such as:
Transform Your Kitchen Today!
One of our expert cabinet refinishers will visit your home and take a look at your kitchen. He or she will be able to assess the project and give you a fair quote. The price you get will be the price you pay; there will not be any surprise changes.
Cost Of Cabinet Refinishing / Refacing and Painting Services
Several factors will determine the pricing of your cabinet refinishing and painting services. The size of the cabinets and the number of doors and drawers are basic factors. Other factors include whether you choose a stain or paint, whether you want them done on-site or removed, and how long the project will take.
Refinishing can provide a completely new look or an improved version of the original. If your current cabinets have started to chip, the coating begins to degrade. This can lead to wood rot or warping. Refinishing puts a halt on the decay. What’s more, it’s much less expensive than buying new cabinets.
You can choose to have your cabinets stained, to bring out the grain of the wood, or painted, which gives you more color choices. The cost difference will depend on how detailed the cabinet is and what style you are looking for. You can invite a CertaPro Painters®of Federal Way professional into your home for a quote.
Common Questions About Cabinet Painting Projects
How can I prepare my kitchen cabinets for painting?
In advance of the painting crew arriving for a cabinet painting or restoration project, we request you prepare by removing all items from the cabinets. Please put them safely away from the work area.
Do I need to remove doors or drawers before kitchen cabinet painting?
No, we will detach doors and hardware to paint them as needed during the painting project.
How much does it cost to paint or refinish cabinets?
Prices will vary depending on a variety of factors including the condition of the cabinets, the materials they are made from, and the price of new hardware like knobs and hinges.
Set up a free estimate appointment with your local independently owned and operated CertaPro Painters® franchised business to get accurate pricing for your project.
What paint colors are trending this year for kitchen cabinets?
White, black, espresso, and grey are the most popular color choices for cabinets in 2021.
What kind of paint should be used on kitchen cabinets?
It is generally recommended you choose a high sheen paint for your cabinets. High sheen paints are easier to clean and may last longer than matte finishes for cabinets.