Restyling your Kitchen is an effective way to beautify your kitchen and overall home without taking months or breaking your pocketbook. With the advances in materials today, a kitchen that has been refaced and restyled holds as much value and cosmetic appeal as one that has been completely remodeled.

With the most homes in the United States averaging at 37 years old, many homeowners long for an updated kitchen. Many spend thousands and thousands of dollars with months of inconvenience to arrive with the same design they started out with simply because their home’s floorplan doesn’t allow for much change without a major overhaul.

You can still have that new beautiful updated kitchen with Restyling. Look through the images on the following web pages of kitchens that that have been restyled and see the beauty.

Cabinets, countertops, sinks, sink bowels, backsplashes, hardware, and more are at your fingertips to view and design your dream kitchen. If you serious about a new look, and would like more information, don’t hesitate to contact us for a design consultant to come to your home to help make your dream kitchen a reality!

Refacing kitchen cabinets allows for a completely restyled kitchen in just two to three days, and at significant savings. Replacing your old cabinet doors and drawer fronts with completely new materials transforms your kitchen back to like-new condition, while increasing your home’s value as well. From a selection of over 25 different door styles, along with hundreds of finishes and colors, you’re sure to find a combination to compliment any décor.

The restyling process begins by removing your doors and drawer fronts, then cleaning the cabinets and routing the edges to accept new material. We then custom cut all material before application to ensure a perfect fit. Everything is then coated with high quality adhesive, and after applying the material the surface is rolled to create a lifetime bond. All doors are pre-drilled with hinges and hardware, and finally, to guarantee proper alignment, doors are individually installed. Your solid wood cabinets are more valuable and structurally sound than new cabinets made of particleboard – avoid the mess of tearing out your existing cabinets and increase the value of your home by refacing your kitchen cabinets.

And, refacing has gone beyond just updating your cabinets. Refacing projects can come with a wide variety of options that include a new sink, faucet, granite, quartz, or laminate countertops, and much more!