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Everything has a lifespan, and for the average kitchen it's around 20 years. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule, but in most instances, after a couple of decades that once gleaming new kitchen will be worn, outdated, and drab. While many components of an old kitchen can be upgraded with relative ease, the cabinetry is another story. Installing new cabinets is an involved proposition, and new cabinets are expensive. In fact, cabinetry is typically the most expensive component of a kitchen.

If done properly, reface kitchen remodeling will give you a new kitchen that can be expected to age gracefully for another 20 years or so before you have to update again.

Although it is possible to improve the appearance of old cabinets by washing and waxing or sanding and refinishing, in most instances they won't look much better than what you started with. They certainly won't look anywhere near as good as new cabinets would.

If your kitchen cabinets are looking dowdy, don't despair. By making some simple changes to improve the efficiency of your existing cabinet layout and then refacing those cabinets, you can have a beautiful new kitchen for a fraction of the cost of ripping everything out and replacing it.

What's more, a cabinet refacing job is usually a lot less disruptive than a conventional cabinet replacement job. Sometimes called cabinet front replacement or cabinet restyling, refacing is a process whereby older cabinets are renewed by removing the old doors and drawer fronts, resurfacing the cabinet face frames and sides, and then installing new doors and drawer fronts.

There are several methods for refacing face frames but we use prefinished wood veneers (with wood door styles) and wrap them around the rails and stiles. The finished appearance is that of a new face frame. Several other modifications, like upgrading old drawers and slides or replacing a worn-out lazy Susan, can be done at the same time, too.



Adobe Flat Panel Cabinet Door Square Style

Adobe Flat Panel Cabinet Door Square Style
Product ID : AD901
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Artesia Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style

Artesia Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style
Product ID : 902
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Aspen Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style

Aspen Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style
Product ID : 903
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Bel Air Square Raised Panel Cabinet Door

Bel Air Square Raised Panel Cabinet Door
Product ID : 906
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Century Raised Pane Square Cabinet Door

Century Raised Pane Square Cabinet Door
Product ID : 909
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Colonial Raised Panel Cathedral Cabinet Door

Colonial Raised Panel Cathedral Cabinet Door
Product ID : 912
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Heritage Raised Panel Cabinet Door Square Style

Heritage Raised Panel Cabinet Door Square Style
Product ID : 924
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Lexington Raised Panel Cabinet Door in Continues Arch Style

Lexington Raised Panel Cabinet Door in Continues Arch Style
Product ID : 927
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Santa Fe Flat Panel Cabinet Door Cathedral Style

Santa Fe Flat Panel Cabinet Door Cathedral Style
Product ID : 946
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Waterford Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style

Waterford Flat Panel Cabinet Door in Square Style
Product ID : 955
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COMMON PANEL SHAPES
Cabinet Door Shapes
Square and cathedral designs are universally known by those terms, but other styles go by various names, depending on the manufacturer.
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RAISED AND FLAT PANEL TYPES

Species and color aside, wood doors are available in a vast array of styles but the selection can be simplified by grouping the choices into one of four different types of doors: slab, plank, frame and flat panel, and frame and raised panel.

Panel Types

Flat Panel


Flat-panel doors have a solid wood frame and a flat plywood or solid-wood panel. From left, a Square style Aspen Cabinet Door in maple.

Raised Panel


Raised-panel doors have a solid-wood frame and a solid-wood center panel. From right, a Tombstone style Colonial Cabinet Door in Alder.

 
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COMMON CONSTRUCTION TYPES
Door frames may have butted mortise-and-tenon (Cope and Stick) construction or mitered construction. Mitered doors are more expensive.