Professional Cabinet Painters Near You
CertaPro Painters of Pickering/Oshawa
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CertaPro Painters® of Pickering - Oshawa, ON Provides Professional Cabinet Painters Near You
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. Whether it’s a contemporary two-story, a traditional Tudor, or brick-sided Victorian, CertaPro Painters of Pickering/Oshawa is skilled in painting homes just like yours. If you’re interested in our services, the first step is to request a free estimate either by filling out the form online or by calling us at 905-499-3664.
As part of our carpentry painting services, we can add paint finishes to the following:
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At CertaPro Painters® of Pickering - Oshawa, ON, our trained professional painters will transform your house into something you will be proud of. Book your free estimate now!
CertaPro Painters’ Cabinet Painting and Refinishing 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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Doors & Hardware Are Removed
Our cabinet painters carefully remove doors and hardware from all cabinets. You will have an opportunity to update hardware on a project like this to match the new look.
Surfaces are Sanded & Prepped
Surfaces are sanded, some parts by hand and others with power equipment to prep the surface for a new paint or stain application.
Paint/Stain is Applied to Doors
The project will vary here depending on if you want a stained finish or a painted one. Painting often includes primer steps to help keep the finish durable.
Paint/Stain Applied to Mounted Cabinets
We then work our way around the hung cabinets, while still on the wall. This is usually done with hand rollers or brushes.
After the paint or stain has had time to dry and cure, the cabinets and hardware are put back together for a beautiful final product with a brand new look.