How Do I know if My Cabinet Boxes Are Good Enough for Refacing?
This is one of the most common questions that we receive from homeowners. And the simple answer to the question is that as long as the boxes in your bathroom cabinet are structurally sound then they can be refaced. While it may be somewhat counter-intuitive, the reality is that it is often older boxes that tend to be stronger and sturdier than newer ones, thereby making them better candidates for refacing.
What is Everglaze Inc’s Process for Refacing Cabinets?
At Everglaze Inc, we take what we do very seriously. To ensure optimal results for all our residential clients, we always follow a dedicated three-stage approach that we feel is guaranteed to deliver consistent success for you. These stages are as follows:
1. Doors: The first thing we do is remove cabinet doors and drawer fronts and have them replaced.
2. Skinning: Once the first stage is completed, the remaining part of the cabinet—the box—remains in place. From there veneers are applied to the boxes while all other interior parts remain consistent.
3. Accessories: Finally, we will remove and replace fixtures and hinges if that’s what is needed. However, you can also keep existing fixtures or hinges in place—the choice is yours.