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One our specialties is kitchen cabinet and built in restoration and painting. We know custom cabinets and built ins can get pricey fast which is why we offer different options to help you stay within budget and get the custom finish or color the way you want.

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The options range from something as simple as touching up cabinets, which can usually be done in a day or two. This is option is popular for people or realtors trying selling a home and want the cabinets took presentable without breaking the bank. We also work with a lot of construction companies and we know accidents happen. So even if its a few small dings or scratches we can fix it.


For a complete overhaul of your cabinets we offer anything from re-staining, painting, painting with glaze to completely striping the old finish off and finishing. Our process takes anywhere from 2 to 3 weeks. The first week we take all the doors and drawer fronts to our shop to be sprayed. Next we come to your home or office and finish the cabinets. All our finishes are sprayed on and never brushed. We feel this helps with the durability of the finish as well as the look and feel. We use both lacquer and water based finishes, both are furniture grade and are moisture, heat and alcohol resistant. We do work with several cabinet makers and carpenters so if custom cabinetry is something you want we'll be glad to set you up with them as well as work with whomever you choose.

If you would like to set up a time for a free consultation head over to our contact page to set up a time! In the mean time, feel free to scroll down and see some of the cabinets we have done, as well get a glimpse of the process.

Here we have an example of going from a natural maple to a white. The cabinets themselves were in really good condition to begin with but the customer wanted a more modern look to them. Maple is a great wood to paint over because there is little to no grain showing once painted, thus giving it a very smooth feel.

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