If your budget is limited and you desire to have a brand new look in your kitchen, a good way to save and still stay on budget is to simply replace the kitchen doors, instead of replacing with a whole new kitchen unit, and you get more savings if you know how to replace them.
To begin with, make a listing of all the kitchen cabinet doors, which includes the drawer fronts and the number of door/drawer handles, and measure the height and width of each door and drawer, making sure that the way to measure is starting at the back instead of at the front and noting all these down.
Order for new kitchen cabinet doors and drawers according to the number of kitchen cabinet doors and drawers and their respective measurements from your kitchen supplier and making sure that there are no transit damages when they reach your place.
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If you’re not sure about doing the fitting on the new cabinet doors by yourself, hire a carpenter or inquire from your kitchen supplier if they also offer installation service; otherwise, the first thing to do is to remove the existing kitchen cabinet doors, unscrewing the hinges and one-by-one replacing each door and drawer with the new set, seeing to it that the existing doors and new ones have the same standard sizes and measurements.
Getting To The Point – Replacements
When you ordered for new kitchen door/drawer handles, make sure that you have chosen quality items that can last longer, so once all the new kitchen doors and drawer fronts have been fitted well, you can now start with the fitting of the new handles, which should complete the transformation look of your kitchen. If you’re thinking about having more savings on this replacement project such that you would rather save and use the old handles, instead of purchasing new ones, remember that fitting an old handles to a new kitchen cabinet door may not give the right transformation look for the kitchen as the old handles may already be worn out.
The process of replacing kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts, including the handles, is referred to as cabinet refacing and many homeowners are now considering this method because of the many benefits that can be gained with respect to achieving a new kitchen look, such as: savings on money, labor, time; procedure is less complicated; no wastage; several finishing options may be considered; provides a totally brand new kitchen look.
Cabinet replacement takes many days to complete the task while cabinet refacing will only take a day or 2, for as long as the installation service is done by a professional installer.