Step 1: Project Estimate and Scope
We provide a FREE, in-home consultation and price estimate for your project.
You will get to look at cabinet samples and learn about our different refinishing options.
Would you just like a ballpark cost estimate?
Text or email us pictures of your cabinets with a brief explanation your project idea and we can give a general price range.
Step 2: Project Commencement
Once project details and colors have been decided, our team will get to work. The first step is using our custom numbering system to remove all doors, drawer faces, hardware. We transport the doors and drawers back to our shop where the work will begin! This step generally takes about 3-4 hours is all.
Step 3: Door/Drawer Refinishing
Each project has its own unique features. All doors and drawers will be prepped as needed to complete the desired finish. No corners are cut at any step of the process. Generally each job is washed using a heavy degreaser to remove years of grease and grime build up. This is a step often left out by standard paint companies. This skipped step can create a variety of issues that will compromise the look and durability of your finish.
Next, using our high quality festool sanding system we will sand appropriately. Depending on the type of wood and current finish, we will either use a gentle or aggressive pad. We will also meticulously hand sand any coves or edges not reached by our power sanders.
After sanding we will continue prepping the cabinets for our craft finishes. This includes a plethora of steps including priming, patching, caulking, repairing, and stripping as needed. We have a paint spray booth where all pieces will be sprayed using our high quality spray systems. Using bright lighting we will carefully inspect each piece at each step of the process, guaranteeing a high quality "from the factory" end product. Most cabinetry will consist of 1-2 coats of primer, and 2-3 coats of the paint we use.
Each door and drawer will be sprayed equally on fronts and backs. They will be laid flat in our drying racks which allows us to spray a thick layer on each piece. *Often standard paint companies will spray them while vertical, which creates drips and drooping. The only way to prevent drooping is to apply a very thin layer, which will compromise the appearance and durability.