Cabinet refacing is the process of giving your existing kitchen cabinets a makeover to look and function like new. Unlike a full kitchen remodeling project, which can be costly, time-consuming, and leave you in a bind for several weeks, Vianvi Signature® Cabinet Refacing can be done in half the time and a fraction of the cost.
By conducting cabinet refacing, your existing cabinet frame stays intact except for the door and drawer fronts. During the installation, our 1/4"-thick refacing material in placed on all visible surfaces so that they don’t look like they’ve just had an additional piece installed. You won’t even be able to see the difference.
During our inspection, we will take precise measurements to the exact size of your existing cabinets. The refacing material is manufactured to the specifications of your cabinets so that it can be properly bonded during installation. The new doors, drawer fronts, hardware, and molding leaves you with a fresh looking and a completely updated kitchen.
When you choose us, you can take pride and have a piece of mind in selecting from over 3,000 possible combinations of door styles, thermofoil colors, wood species, stains, glazes, and hardware options so that you can finally have your custom “Dream Kitchen”.
Unlike major kitchen remodeling projects that can take several weeks or months, when you choose Vianvi Signature® Cabinet Refacing, you can expect the project to be completed in as little as 3 days. This minimizes interruptions so you and your family can get back to your normal living schedule. Usually, if we can begin the work in the early week, you’ll be ready by next weekend to show off your kitchen to your friends and family.
Yes. Our installation professionals can update a standard single door or drawer cabinet and change it into a 3 drawer cabinet. We create new openings, add new drawer boxes and hardware, and reface the cabinet to enhance the functionality of your kitchen. If you’re installing new kitchen appliances with your cabinet refacing, we can modify the sizing to adhere to new sizing specifications.
No. Resurfacing is not the same thing. Resurfacing is the process of sanding down your existing cabinet surfaces and applying new stain or finishes. This results in exposing you and your family to very harmful fumes. Sometimes thin wood veneers are placed over the cabinets making them look fake and cheap. Another challenge is the misalignment of resurfacing materials making it look very obvious that the cabinets were resurfaces.