Replacing or Refacing? Which is the Right Choice for Your Kitchen?

Are you searching for a fresh, new look for your kitchen, but aren't sure where to start?

Before you spend the big bucks, it's a good idea to check out all of your options for upgrading one of your home's most important spaces.

Whether you're looking to add value to your home, spice up your kitchen for personal use, or do a bit of both, you will eventually reach the point where you need to decide whether to reface or replace your kitchen cabinets. There are big benefits to both options, so it's really worth the effort to sit down and decide which choice is right for your home.

Reface or Replace: Tips for Upgrading Your Kitchen

When you're looking to make a difference in the appearance of your kitchen, your cabinets are often the perfect place to start. Whether you've recently purchased a home from someone who made "less-than-ideal" decorating choices or simply want to update the look you chose years ago, there are two primary options for obtaining a fresh look.

The Case to Replace

Let's get one important point out of the way--Replacing costs more than refacing cabinets, and the difference can be quite significant. However, there are plenty of good reasons that homeowners choose to replace their cabinets, and the results can look fantastic.

  • If your cabinets are sagging or showing other signs of structural wear, then replacement might quickly become the more appealing option.

  • Are you going for a full kitchen remodel, and changing the layout of the room? If so, those old cabinets will probably have to go – and choosing new cabinets is a great way to put the finishing touches on your new-look kitchen.

  • Do you simply want something completely new, and don't mind the extra cost? Then replacement might be the most appealing option, even if refacing costs less.

The Case to Reface

The great thing about refacing cabinets is that it's a more affordable way to obtain a new look, and refacing can still make a huge difference in the appearance of your kitchen. You'll also find plenty of experienced professionals who specialize in this type of work.

  • Are your current cabinets in good structural shape, but otherwise looking less than their best? Consider refacing for an affordable way to bring out the best in your kitchen.

  • What if you're going for a more in-depth remodel, but retaining the same layout for the room? As long as your cabinets are structurally sound, refacing will be a great option.

  • Thinking of selling your home, and looking for cost-effective ways to add value? It's hard to go wrong by upgrading your kitchen because it's one of the most important rooms in the house.

Whether you ultimately decide to reface or replace, there are plenty of good reasons to consider a new look for your kitchen cabinets. The right choice depends on your needs, your current cabinets, and your goals for the project.


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