CABINET REFINISHING AND REPAINTING
in Marietta, GA by CertaPro Painters®
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Professional Cabinet Refinishing & Staining in Marietta, GA
What is Cabinet Refinishing?
Kitchens are where people often congregate and are one of the most used rooms in any home. Cabinet refinishing is an alternative to remodeling that offers a less expensive way of updating the look and feel of your kitchen. You can update the color or finish of your wall & base cabinets, after sanding or chemically-stripping your current finish, while keeping the original parts & structure of your cabinets intact and usable. A stain could be use on wood cabinets, or a lasting quality paint for other cabinet materials such as: metal, particle board, laminate, thermofoil, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), and also wood.
Why should I refinish my cabinets?
The short answer: refinishing cabinets will give your kitchen a brand new look and feel overall, introducing warmth or a larger sense of space, without the expense of a full cabinet replacement. This is often a great option if your cabinets are made form quality materials but have an outdated color or wear and tear from years of use.
Why choose CertaPro?
We have been servicing homeowners and businesses in Marietta for over 25 years, we are fully insured and we warranty our work. Please take a moment to see what other local customers have to say on Google, call to ask us any questions about refinishing your cabinets: 770-910-7422, and take a look at our work throughout this site and the examples below.
Free Cabinet Painting / Refinishing Estimate
If you have questions about the timing and cost of a cabinet painting project, contact us today for a free estimate. Pricing will vary depending on your projects requirements, and free estimate appointment will get you a detailed quote with pricing and timeline estimates.
Cabinet Refinishing Project Overview
Projects vary depending on the type of materials the cabinets are made of, and the type of finish you would like.The following is a good high-level overview of what is involved with a cabinet painting / staining project.
Doors & Hardware are Removed
All doors, drawers, and hardware are removed from the cabinets so each component can be worked on.
Surfaces Sanded / Repaired
A mix of hand sanding and machine sanding is used to to over the entire surface of each component.
Surfaces Painted / Stained
Some projects may have a primer step, after sanding we do several coats of high-durability finish.
Mounted Surfaces Painted / Stained
We work our way around each mounted shelf, making sure to get areas the doors will cover when put back in place.
The cabinets are re-assembled and new hardware is installed.