ReFreshing is much more than just repainting

Making structurally sound but old-looking cabinets look stylishly brand-new takes more than just slapping on a coat or two of paint.

Much more.

We start by removing your old doors, drawer fronts, and hardware and taking them to our 7000-square-foot workshop.

We measure your cabinets precisely, inside and out.

Next, we totally isolate your kitchen or bathroom with plastic sheeting, to prevent dust from drifting into other rooms. And cover the floors with paper to prevent staining from oversprays.

Then the ReFreshing begins in earnest. We sand not only the exteriors, but also the interiors of your cabinets down to the bare wood.

That done, we carefully apply six coats of lacquer, and varnish, in the finish you’ve chosen from what one customer called our “endless selection” of finishes. (Meanwhile, at our workshop, we’re doing the same with your doors and drawer fronts.)

Once everything dries, we’ll come back to install your like-new doors and drawer fronts and new hardware. (We can also install new countertops and backsplashes.)

Finally, we’ll clean up every last bit of dust and dirt, take up the paper from the floors, and take down the plastic sheeting. And we’ll do that so thoroughly that the only sign we’ve ever been there will be your beautiful ReFreshed kitchen or bathroom.