That is a question we definitely are getting more and more these days. Many people in southern Saratoga County love the idea of giving their kitchen a refreshed look but are also extremely cost-conscious. They are very open to looking at different options to decide what is best for their kitchen.
So what should we recommend? Obviously, we would love to see you consider upgrading your entire kitchen but would rather be completely honest with you and help you make a qualified decision that you can live with for years to come.
The obvious answer is to re-face your cabinets instead of replacing them. You will literally save thousands of dollars in simply refacing them.
The real question that you have to ask yourself is if you actually like the cabinets you currently have. Do you have enough space for storage? Do you like the look feel and design of them? If you can answer yes to these questions, then simply refacing them is the logical answer for your home.
Here are the three ways you can reface your kitchen cabinets:
1) you can repaint or refinish the existing cabinet fronts and drawers
2) you can install new wood over existing cabinet or drawer fronts
3) you can install new doors and cabinet fronts
Regardless of which choice you decide to make, you deathly want to replace all the polls and knobs with new hardware. The most popular look and feel is brushed aluminum or stainless steel. This color combination is most popular because it accents extremely well with virtually any wood color or type.
The beautiful thing about refacing your kitchen cabinetry is that you will saved 50% of the money you would have spent if you had simply replaced everything.
At the end of the day, budget is an extremely important deciding factor. Sure, you can upgrade your entire kitchen and replace all your cabinetry but we deathly recommend at least considering refacing them.
If you live in the Clifton Park area and are interested in having a free assessment done of your existing kitchen, please consider calling Clifton Park Kitchen Remodeling today.