Kitchen cabinet refacing is one of the known kitchen remodeling trends these days. Why? It requires little amount of mess and provides a quality result.
But if you don’t have any idea on the costs of this project and cannot decide, you need to make sure that your kitchen cabinet doesn’t suit your preferences anymore, the doors and hardware are already out of style and need new ones, and you don’t want the hassle of removing cabinets and disturbing other parts of your kitchen like plumbing and electrical wirings.
We will be breaking down and comparing the costs and specifications of the things that you need in order to be able to reface your kitchen cabinets.
According to the most recent report from HomeAdvisor, the average national cost to reface cabinets is $6,684, with the majority of homeowners spending $4,151 and $9,238.
The total cost will vary by project based on several factors, such as the materials used for refacing as well as the number of hours required to complete the project.
Common refacing materials like wood veneers cost $2,500-6,000, plastic laminate for $1,000-3,000, rigid thermofoil for $1,000-3,000, and solid wood for $5,000 and up.
Aside from these, you will also need to pay for hardware replacements and labor.
To know more about the cost breakdown of kitchen cabinet refacing, read this infographic by Kitchen Cabinet Refacing.