Do You Need Cabinet Refinishing or Cabinet Painting?

Cabinet Painter North Olmsted, Westlake, Rocky River, Bay Village...

Looking for a local cabinet painter? We paint cabinets. We are very good at painting cabinets. And if you have cabinets that need to be painted, you should consider calling us for a quote. Operating out of North Olmsted, Richardson Painting is painting somewhere in N. Olmsted, Westlake, Rocky River, Bay Village, Olmsted Falls or somewhere else in the vicinity, daily.  You want a detail-oriented painting contractor, like Scott Richardson, because it's the detail that goes into painting cabinets will make the difference between the cabinets looking brand new and the cabinets looking like you painted them.

Columbia Station House Painter
cabinet painter north olmsted

Do You Need Cabinet Refinishing or Cabinet Painting?

Painting Cabinets, Refacing Cabinets or Refinishing Cabinets?

So what's the difference between painting cabinets, refacing cabinets and refinishing cabinets? Richardson Painting and Pressure Washing only paints cabinets. We do not reface cabinets or refinish cabinets.

Cabinet Refacing

Refacing cabinets is the process of changing out the front, or visible, part of your cabinets. The cabinet frame remains unchanged. You purchase new cabinet facing and can either install it yourself or have a cabinet refacing company do it for you. It can be a lengthy process, and although less expensive than entirely new cabinets, you are still buying all new cabinet doors, drawers, cabinet hardware and hinges. Cabinet refacing is substantially more expensive than cabinet painting and ideal for a home owner that wants a new cabinet material or damaged cabinet doors and drawer facings.

Cabinet Refinishing

We have done cabinet refinishing in the past, and will not do it anymore.  However, we find that most people who ask for cabinet refinishing actually want painted cabinets, so what's the difference? When you refinish a cabinet, you take the existing cabinet and you remove all the paint and stain, stripping it entirely down to bare wood.  Once the cabinets and the cabinet frame is stripped down, it can be refinished with any stain or paint the customer chooses and finished off with new hardware and hinges - providing a look of new cabinets.

Cabinet Painting

The disadvantage to refinishing the cabinets is that it is a lengthy, and messy, process to strip a cabinet of all it's previous stain and even when there is no visible sign of the previous stain, if you have not sanded and stripped the cabinets entirely, the previous stain will still interact with the new stain - giving you a less than desirable finished product. Painting your cabinets is the fastest and most affordable way to make your cabinets look new without buying new cabinets.

Contact Scott Richardson of North Olmsted to get a quote on Cabinet Painting today.

Call Now Button