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Refacing kitchen cabinets saves homeowners up to 50% off remodeling costs

Did you know that 80% of what you see in a kitchen is doors and drawer fronts? Are you also aware that by refacing cabinets that homeowners can save up to 50% of the cost of replacing kitchen cabinetry? Cabinet refacing is simply the removal and replacement of all doors and drawer fronts, backing, etc. along with the addition of storage solutions and many other accessories that make the kitchen more functional. The appearance of the finished product is comparable to all new cabinets. Below is a kitchen that went through the cabinet refacing process.

Refacing is also less intrusive than replacing, with no tear-outs or major construction. Storage solutions such as trash pull-outs, easy glide drawers and more will make your kitchen even more functional. The full advantages of refacing can’t be beat. These include reduced labor and material costs and the process is usually complete in 3-5 consecutive working days, with less mess and no construction.  Plus, refacing is a green alternative: 75% less material goes into your local landfill.

Cabinet Creations of the Southeast now serves the Atlanta market and offers both cabinet refacing and new custom cabinetry. Backed by a 30 year history of manufacturing excellence, Cabinet Creations of the Southeast products are installed by the area’s finest craftsmen with an award-winning reputation of delivering the highest standards of customer satisfaction throughout all phases of the kitchen remodel experience.

Cabinet Creations offers free in-home kitchen remodel consultations and serves Greater Atlanta, Athens, Macon and the areas in-between. We also have showroom locations in Decatur and Woodstock.

To learn more visit www.cabinetcreations-se.com or call 404-797-2307

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