- Kitchen Remodeling
- Cabinet Refacing
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- Client Reviews
We recently took a trip up to sunny Chino, California, to meet with Scott and Sarah Spicer – a lively couple in desperate need of a refreshed kitchen style. They had reached out to several companies for estimates, but were quite taken by our (free) friendly, in-depth consultation and estimate. All projects, by the way, begin with an in-home visit by one of our design consultants. What better way to create a perfect space together?
There’s perhaps no more efficient way to change the look of a kitchen than having your cabinets refaced. Since the existing frames remain intact, the time and resources necessary are kept to a minimum – all you need to do is pick a style and stain. This allows for a fresh look on the same layout you’ve grown to love, and the whole process rarely takes more than a few days.
In Sarah and Scott’s case, they loved the aesthetic of our custom-milled, cherry wood Durango door, which you won’t find offered by any other home remodeling company. Contemporary hand pulls keep the space looking sleek and modern. The Spicers felt that going with a Cappuccino stain would complement the warm and contemporary appearance of their appliances, countertop, and barstools – and we’d certainly have to agree. Glass display doors break up the wall space in a very friendly way. Take a look at the end result: if you didn’t know better, you’d swear this kitchen was just constructed in a brand-new home.
“Everything about your services exceeded our expectations. The final product made our kitchen almost unrecognizable. From day one when someone came to our house to give us an estimate to the final construction day, everyone we dealt with was professional, on time, and knowledgable about what was happening with our project!” – Sarah and Scott Spicer
What do you think of Sarah and Scott’s affordable – yet totally transformative – cabinet refacing? Let us know in the comments!