Cabinet Painters in Tacoma
Painting & Refinishing Services
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Don’t Replace, Re-Paint Your Cabinets!
Over time your kitchen cabinets can get worn down from constant use. Years of use can leave your kitchen cabinets looking worn out and dingy. After deciding to update your kitchen, there is no doubt that updating your cabinets is one of the best ways to brighten up your kitchen and bring it back to life. Replacing them is always an option, but it is a costly option that will turn the heart of your home into a construction zone. Not to mention the cost. Replacing your cabinets can cost up to $10,000 dollars or more! If you’re not looking to spend that kind of money but still want the end result, painting your cabinets is a much more cost-effective way of doing things.
Cabinet Refacing vs. Painting
If you’re not looking to completely change the layout of your cabinets, refacing or refinishing them is going to be your best bet. Reface your cabinets when you want to change the style of cabinet doors in your kitchen. Paint (refinish) your cabinets if you don’t plan on buying new cabinet doors and just want a new color or clean look in the space. Refacing your cabinets is less expensive than replacing them completely and painting is your most budget-savvy option.
I was very pleased with the service I received from CertaPro. From the estimator, Spencer, to the actual painter, Gilberto. They were professional and quick. I highly recommend this company.
- Donna G. | Olalla, WA
Best Type of Paint for Cabinets
Your cabinets need to be able to withstand constant touching, food, grease and liquid splashes so while you have a wide variety of paint options for other rooms in your home, the best paint options for cabinets is rather specific. You’ll want to go with a semi-gloss or gloss finish paint. A paint with some sheen will help brighten up the room with a highly reflective surface as well as help protect against wear and tear.
Best Colors Options for Painting Cabinets
Choosing the right color for your cabinets can be tough. That is why we recommend you leave time in your project schedule to meet with our color consultant to ensure you get a beautiful color that will complement your kitchen for years to come.