If you’ve ever been torn between simply re-facing your old kitchen cabinets and just replacing the whole lot, make sure you explore a third option. While touring an open house in the neighborhood recently, our neighbor had taken advantage of the services offered by KitchenSaver® Custom Cabinet Renewal. They don’t replace all of your cabinets with new ones, and they don’t simply re-face your existing ones either. They do a little of both.
We at D.C. Region Real Estate always encourage homeowners to get multiple quotes on any work you have done around the house, and cabinet work is no exception. But if considering a cabinet overhaul, you might want to check out KitchenSaver.
“Along with re-facing, we can modify existing cabinets and build new matching cabinets where needed,” said Tish Mayne, marketing director for KitchenSaver. “As a custom cabinet builder, we can build cabinets of any size to maximize the usable space of your kitchen.”
Serving Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., the company has completed more than 10,000 installations over the past 30 years.
“By re-facing their current cabinets and only adding new where needed, it gives customers extra money to do upgrades like cabinet accessories or an upgraded countertop,” Mayne added. “We also offer countertops, plumbing, electrical work, along with light carpentry—[such as] removal of walls—which most cabinet re-facers won’t do.”
When dealing with wood doors, the company uses a wood veneer facing rather than manmade materials to avoid mixing the two finishes. But if customers want manmade materials, KitchenSaver uses laminate, and they custom build all new cabinets right in the house, to be able to finish off those odd spaces.
KitchenSaver received an Angieslist.com Super Saver Award in 2013. If you’re planning to re-face or replace, consider KitchenSaver as an option.