If you have fallen in love with the look of your cabinets, consider rectifying cabinet. Refacing kitchen cabinets lets you keep the solid construction of his cabinet, while the change out of doors and hardware, giving the appearance of brand new cabinets. Despite refacing kitchen cabinets is cheaper than installing all new cabinets, it is important to estimate costs before committing to work. Count all the cabinets, cupboards and drawers in your kitchen. Measure all your cabinets, drawers’ doors.
Determine what type of material you want to use. Cheaper materials like plastic laminates will cost £ 650 to £ 1950, but the upgrade to more expensive materials like wood can cost from £ 2,600 to £ 5,850. These costs typically include the cost of removing the old cabinet doors and drawer fronts, installing new cabinet doors and drawer fronts and the cost of materials.
Visit websites, such as contractors, Service Magic or Construction Work that will direct you to contractors in your area to make rectification. Call a couple of contractors and compare quotes, counting each contractor how many cabinets you have and what materials to use refacing kitchen cabinets. Check that everything is included in the price that the contractor gives you.