Frequently Asked Questions

What are Full Overlay Doors?

Full overlay doors are sized to cover nearly all of the cabinets face frame, hardware is required. (i.e. knobs, handles, pulls.)

What are Partial, or Traditional Overlay Doors?

Partial overlay or traditional overlay doors and draw fronts are sized a ½ inch or ¾ inch wider and taller than the openings, hardware is optional though strongly recommended.

What are veneers?

Veneer refers to doors, for which the door frame is solid hardwood, but the center panel is made of a plywood or other stable core natural covered with a hardwood veneer. Veneers are also used when re-facing cabinet frames and sides.

What is Cabinet Refacing?

Cabinet refacing allows you to keep your existing cabinet boxes, whilst giving you the option of swapping out the door, hardware, or even a new wood grain for your current cabinet boxes. This is a more economical approach to a kitchen or bathroom remodel because you get a whole new look without having to purchase all new cabinet boxes.

What are the benefits of Cabinet Replacement?

Cabinet replacement gives you possibilities that refacing does not. For example, incorporating larger appliances, pushing a wall back a few feet for more space, changing the location of the fridge, stove, dishwasher, adding an island, etc… This is the option you choose when you’d like to change the entire layout of your kitchen or bathroom.

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