Do your cabinets look boring?
Do you hate the color?
Then give us a call.
We’ll turn your cabinets into something you love to look at.
We have the best tools and use the best paint.
Your cabinets will look brand new.
Don’t trust the center of your home to amateur painters.
Our experienced craftsmen will paint your masterpiece.
You’ll feel like home in your kitchen again.
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Kitchen cabinet painting attracts alot of questions. We gathered together some of the more common ones below. Hopefully they help answer a question you have.
For several reasons.
The most obvious reason is cost.
The cost to paint kitchen cabinets far outweighs the cost of new kitchen cabinets.
But don’t run off yelling “cabinet painters near me” just yet.
What’s that mean? Economically painting your kitchen cabinets is the best way to go.
Another reason is aesthetics. Painting your kitchen cabinets beautifies your home.
This improves your home’s value.
You never want to “just” paint anything.
Let’s say you have laminate kitchen cabinets. Well, these require special bonding primer before you apply paint.
Or, let’s say you have wood cabinets. You’ll want to sand down the surface before adding a primer.
Bottom line, all painting requires some kind of prep work before applying paint. And that prep depends on the surface you’re painting.
Well that depends.
How much will it stand out if you don’t? If there’s a crazy contrast in shade and color then we recommend painting the interior. If not, it’s really up to you.
The interior of the kitchen cabinets are only visible when the kitchen cabinets are open so you do not have to paint the interior cabinets if you don’t want to.
Painting the interior will not have any effect on the final outlook, but if you’re selling your home you’ll want to paint both sides of the doors. The kitchen is one of the main selling points of any home and you’ll want to have a professional outlook.
Prepping kitchen cabinets for painting is a straight forward process.
First, we remove the kitchen cabinet doors and drawers.
Second, we clean everything.
Next, if there are any holes, dents or gouges we repair those by sanding them down and cleaning the surface.
Once all the surfaces are prepped we apply primer.
After the primer drys, we apply a semi-gloss latex paint.
Finally, we mark any placement of hardware, pre-drill, and then attach hardware.
Those are just big picture steps. There’s more to it. If you need more info or have any questions we’d love to talk. Give us a call!