The main reason cabinet refacing requires less time and money than new cabinets is that you are reusing
your existing cabinet or as we call it the cabinet shell. When you reface cabinets you remove the old cabinet doors,
drawer fronts, hinges & trim work leaving the old cabinet or shell in place. Once this step is completed a veneer
made from real wood or synthetic laminates is used to cover over the exterior of your old shell. Once this step is completed
the next step is to apply new trim and then install new doors & drawer fronts along with new hardware such as the hinges,
knobs or pulls. Kitchen Cabinet refacing also allows you to use any cabinet door design, wood type or finish that
you would like. This is a basic description of cabinet refacing.