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Metro Cabinet Refacing Chicago, IL

Metro Cabinet Refacing is Chicago’s leading cabinet refacing specialist. Let us breathe new life into your kitchen cabinetry for a whole new look. If the basic layout of your kitchen suits you and the cabinet frames appear to be in solid condition, you can update the look of the space with a kitchen cabinet refacing in Chicago. All you have to do is select your ideal door style and color. Then, in just a few days we can make your kitchen cabinets look like new.  

This is like getting your dream kitchen without all the expense of major renovations. Metro Cabinet Refacing in Chicago can save you anywhere from 40% to 60% than a remodeling would cost for new cabinets. And we can even add new cabinetry to your current kitchen cabinets to give you additional space and an updated layout.

Kitchen cabinet refacing in Chicago is a process that can cover up any blemishes or finishing flaws on your existing cabinets while giving you the opportunity to change the wood, color, or style. Metro Cabinet Refacing in Chicago can make it happen.

The Benefits of Kitchen Cabinet Refacing in Chicago, IL

There are certain things to consider when taking on a kitchen renovation, and cabinet refacing in Chicago should be one of those things you think about. There are some great advantages to kitchen cabinet refacing in Chicago.

  1. Keep your kitchen layout. If you like the flow of your kitchen, then cabinet refacing is ideal.
  2. Choose your style. There are so many options when it comes to kitchen cabinet refacing in Chicago. You can have the veneer you like for laminates and natural woods. 
  3. Cost-effective. You can achieve a new look for your kitchen with cabinet refacing in Chicago while spending only about half the amount you would on cabinet replacement. We all want to stay under budget.
  4. Cabinet refacing is an eco-friendly solution. You can keep your cabinet boxes out of the landfill. That means you are not throwing MDF and all the hazardous materials into the environment. Plus, you don’t need new cabinetry, saving the trees that would be used to construct them.