Cabinets can fade, crack, warp and tarnish. If your kitchen or bathroom is long overdue for a facelift, call Mid America Cabinet Refacing.
This locally owned business has been refreshing customers’ homes for 17 years throughout the St. Louis area. Their professional team of licensed, bonded and insured contractors handles cabinet refacing and even replacement.
“We got into the business because all-new cabinets were so expensive,” said Kevin Sulin, owner. “We found an alternative to ripping out your cabinets with cabinet refacing.”
When replacing kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, countertops and tile often must be replaced as well. “We found a lot of our customers liked their countertops and tile,” Sulin said. “With refacing, all of that can remain, unless you want new granite or quartz countertops – we install new as well.”
With refacing, a home’s existing cabinets get a new covering. Mid America Cabinet Refacing covers the sides of your cabinets and the face frames with factory-finish stain or painted wood. After covering the sides and front, they add all-new doors and drawer fronts in whatever paint or stain or glaze you desire.
Mid America Cabinet Refacing has added all-new factory-finished doors and drawers. With all-new doors, customers can choose from a range of styles.
For replacement projects, customers can select custom cabinets; perhaps you’ve always wanted a kitchen island. If wall cabinets are replaced with newer, taller models, bottom cabinets can be refaced to match.
Sulin’s team also installs new countertops. Countertop scars from cooking utensils, burns from hot pots and pans or simply dated materials are signs that a refresh is due.
Call the pros at Mid America Cabinet Refacing for a free estimate today.