Cabinet Refacing – The Practical Alternative to New Cabinets
Cabinet Refacing Versus New Cabinets
Founded in 1982, Kitchen Solvers started with an idea that cabinet refacing is a practical alternative to conventional cabinet replacement. After remodeling more than 40,000 kitchens using the latest trends, and styles, Kitchen Solvers has helped prove that cabinet refacing is not just a craze, but a viable remodeling option for homeowners nationwide. Using an efficient process that installs new doors and drawer fronts to the existing cabinets, Kitchen Solvers offers homeowners a beautiful kitchen without the time, expense and inconvenience of conventional remodeling methods.
Although cabinet refacing has historically been driven by cost savings and convenience, Kitchen Solvers breaks the mold by providing exceptional value and passionate customer service. This focus and a professional strategy of providing a “pleasant remodeling experience” have separated Kitchen Solvers from its competitors.
Additional Options To Consider
With independently owned franchise outlets located throughout the US and Canada, many Kitchen Solvers franchises have added more comprehensive remodeling services to homeowners looking for a bit more. Kitchen Solvers also offers kitchen design, custom cabinetry, granite, solid surface, manufactured stone, and laminate countertops, not to mention tile backsplashes, kitchen accessories and storage organization systems.
Through vendor/supplier partnerships with top-rated national manufacturers, Kitchen Solvers offers homeowners with a complete line of products that are competitively priced with the savings being passed on to the customer. In addition, the company has been recognized among the best kitchen remodelers nationally by Entrepreneur Magazine, Qualified Remodeler, Success Magazine to mention a few.
For more information on cabinet refacing, check out our article – Cabinet Refacing – Is it the Best Option For Your Kitchen Remodeling Project. And be sure to research kitchen remodeling costs and their return on investment if you are considering a remodeling project as part of your goal to update your kitchen.Back