Cabinet Refacing | Kitchen Remodeling

Cabinet Refacing

If you’re searching “Cabinet Refacing” you’re probably one of the thousands of Americans interested in kitchen remodeling.  Cabinet refacing or “cabinet resurfacing” offers homeowners, property owners, and real estate investors the ability to remodel and refresh the look of a kitchen without having to completely replace all of the existing cabinetry. This saves 50% of the cost of having to completely gut your kitchen and install all new cabinetry.

This video will give you a quick walk through our website and the process of selecting and ordering your new cabinet doors.

Cabinet Refacing Updates Your Kitchen’s Look

When you’re already satisfied with the layout of your kitchen, using cabinet refacing to breathes new life into your home.  The Door Stop offers hundreds of cabinet refacing cabinet doors styles in mitered cabinet doors and cope & stick cabinet door designs.  The cabinet doors and drawer fronts make up about 80% of what you and your visitors can see of your cabinetry.

Cabinet Refacing Cost Comparison

When you are considering kitchen remodeling and are deciding between cabinet refacing and installing all new cabinetry the cost is a major influence for a lot of homeowners.  Updating the cabinet doors and drawer fronts will drastically change the look of your kitchen, and save you money!

Cabinet Refacing Saves You Money

When you choose cabinet refacing there are some major expenses you will not have to pay.  These are items such as all new framework for the cabinets, the cost to demolish and remove your existing cabinetry, the cost to build the new cabinets, and any building permits necessary to do the work.  Cabinet refacing means not having to pay these costs and saving up to 50%!

  • No need for permits
  • Uses existing framework
  • No costly demolition work
  • No costly construction work

Cabinet Refacing Saves You Time

Because there is no overly involved demolition or construction process it takes less time for you to get your kitchen refaced. Most cabinet installation companies can do a cabinet refacing job in 3 to 5 days, depending on the size and condition of the kitchen.  This means you will have you kitchen back sooner and will save on labor hours.

How Much Does Cabinet Refacing Cost?

The cost to reface your cabinets varies on the number of cabinets you have, style of cabinet doors you choose, and which drawer fronts you select to match.  The cost is usually half what it would cost to get the same style, and look of remodeling if you chose to completely remove and install new kitchen cabinetry.

Benefits Of Our Cabinet Doors

  • Higher quality replacement cabinet doors – Our replacement cabinet doors and drawer fronts are built to last and be visually stunning in your home.
  • Wide selection of cabinet door styles – We manufacture over 300 hundred styles and sell them direct to the public, with no middleman retailer.
  • Wide variety of wood types – We manufacture cabinet doors and drawer fronts in your choice of 14 wood species.
  • Track record of excellence – Since 1980 we have been manufacturing cabinet doors for new cabinetry and cabinet refacing projects.
  • Easy online ordering – You can browse styles of cabinet doors, select your type of wood, and style to ensure you love your new cabinet doors.
  • Quick order fulfillment – Your order will be processed and shipped in 7 to 10 working days to your home or business.
  • Precision manufacturing – Our modernized computer controlled woodworking equipment offers exacting size specifications.

Shop Cabinet Refacing Cabinet Doors

If you want that newly remodeled kitchen look without having to break the bank, kitchen cabinet refacing is your solution.  By ordering the cabinet door styles and drawer front replacements you want for your kitchen you will be able to completely transform the look of your kitchen and save 50% over having to install all new kitchen cabinetry.

The Door Stop offers 300 styles of cabinet doors and has drawer fronts to match, offers quick order fulfillment, uses the highest quality raw materials, and offers you “direct from the manufacturer pricing”.  All of this means getting the upgraded, renewed, and refreshed kitchen you’re dreaming of while staying in your budget.

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Cabinet Door Replacement Tips

Replacing cabinet doors with new replacement cabinet doors doesn’t need to be stressful, and these few tips can prevent hours of wasted time and hundreds of dollars in unnecessary costs.

Hi, my name’s Brady, and this CabinetDoors.Com video will give you tips on figuring the proper door sizes for your cabinet openings.

We’ll also take a quick tour through the differences between the two main cabinet door designs; Cope & Stick and Mitered cabinet doors.

We’ll show how both Mitered and Cope & Stick doors are made, as well as how they are assembled, sanded, and inspected.

Finally, we’ll show several examples of the most popular cabinet doors and the wood types available.

Tips For Replacing Cabinet Doors

How To Calculate The Proper Size For A Single Door Or Double Door

I’ll show an example of a cabinet opening, and explain how to calculate the proper size for either a single door or double doors, for that opening.

Start by measuring the width and height of the opening.

A single cabinet door will be slightly larger than the actual opening. This is called the “overlay”, and one-half inch overlay is the most common.

A one-half inch overlay simply means that the door will be one-half inch larger than the opening on each side.

Now let’s look at the arithmetic used to determine the proper door size for your cabinet opening.

This first video shows how to figure the door size for a single door covering the opening.

Notice the actual door size overlays the opening by one-half inch per side.

The second video shows the calculation for double doors covering the opening.

Notice the overlay is only applied to the top, bottom, and hinge-side of each door. Also note the small gap between the doors.

Using this method for calculating cabinet door sizes will assure you are ordering properly sized cabinet doors.

Please watch our video titled “Cabinet Doors 101 – How to calculate cabinet door sizes for half-inch overlay hinges” for even more detail. Also read our post about how to measure for cabinet doors.

View our Step By Step Guide on replacing kitchen cabinet doors.

How Mitered & Cope & Stick Doors Are Made

How Mitered and Cope & Stick Cabinet Doors are made, and the differences between the two designs.

Difference Between Mitered and Cope & Stick Cabinet Doors

Now, let’s talk a little about the different designs of cabinet doors.

First, we’ll touch on the two main types of Cabinet Doors; Cope & Stick and Mitered.

An example of a Cope & Stick Cabinet Door is shown at left.

The sample shown is the popular Shaker Cabinet Door, in Oak.

Cope & Stick doors can be square, like this Shaker Door, or they may be ordered with a variety of arches.

Some Arched Cope & Stick cabinet doors are being shown below the Shaker Cabinet Door.

The video at right shows the Cope & Stick assembly method.

While the Cope & Stick frame comes together at a 90-degree angle, the Mitered frame joins at a 45-degree angle.

At left is a video showing the assembly of this Mitered Cabinet Door, while out Delaware Mitered Cabinet Door is shown at right.

Several other examples of Mitered Cabinet Doors are being shown below the Delaware door.

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Most Popular Cabinet Doors For Sale

We make hundreds of Cabinet door styles in over a dozen wood types, and several of these woods are being shown now.

CabinetDoors.Com is the oldest and largest internet supplier of Custom Cabinet Doors, and we supply cabinet doors to several national hardware chains, hundreds of new home builders, and thousands of custom cabinet makers nationwide.

CabinetDoor.Com has produced this video to help answer questions about measuring cabinet openings, and the types of cabinet doors available today.

CabinetDoor.Com is a leading manufacturer of Cabinet Doors and we’ve been supplying cabinet doors to new home builders since 1980.

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