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It's as simple as emailing or texting me a picture of your desired finish, I will then breakdown the steps involved on a sample door from my shop. This way, you know exactly what your cabinets will look like when we are done.
You won't find a brush or roller anywhere near your project! You are paying for a professional finish, and that is exactly what you'll get. The sprayers we use are designed for fine furniture, not the exterior of your home. That being said, you can be assured that the finish that protects your cabinets will look as smooth as glass.
The products that we use won't be found at a local paint store, they are formulated specifically for cabinets and will need to be ordered 2 weeks in advance before we start your project.
We can take your doors to our spray shop, or finish them on site, the entire room is completely masked off. Even if you have just had a back splash installed, or fresh paint applied to walls, it doesn't matter, we'll protect everything in the room.
Primed and Finished
"Glaze" is the decorative medium that is used to either antique or add a faux effect to the piece. A $25.00 charge per piece for both doors and drawers
"Clear Coat" is the hard protective coating that adds both durability and depth to your cabinets. Also, if your desired finish has metallics in it, this is where they are applied.
Primed and Finished
Count your doors and multiply by $100.00.
Next, count your drawers and multiply by $100.00.
Add them up, and that is your cost for an enamel finish with no glazing.
For glazing, add $25.00 per piece, both doors and drawers.
Refinishing your cabinets completely changes the entire look of your kitchen, making it feel like a completely different space than before. Many times this is the only ingredient needed for an update. I suggest having your cabinets done first before you decide on a full kitchen renovation, and you might find that I have just saved you $35,000.00 and 2 months of your time, not to mention headaches day in day out with a remodeling contractor!
We mask off the ceilings, walls, and floors in your kitchen area. The only thing exposed is the cabinets, everything else is completely covered.
Most companies that paint cabinets use a brush and roller--some up their game a little and use the same sprayers designed to spray the exterior of your home--both of these systems offer a far less than perfect finish. We use the HVLP spray system designed for cabinets, automobiles, and fine furniture--you won't find a better finish anywhere.
Each home is unique, so this is a broad look at pricing. On average, living room walls cost $400.00 per coat, this includes labor and materials. I almost always recommend 2 coats for coverage. Extra costs would include: furniture moving-patching large holes-walls that are taller than 9 feet-and stairways.
A room that is 15x15 will cost $225.00, roughly, $1.00 per square foot. Ceilings are sprayed 3 times, rolled in one direction, and includes a full room masking process, everything in the area will be masked, covered with plastic, and floors completely enclosed.
Large master bedroom walls: roughly $400.00 per coat.
A 15x15 room-walls only-will run roughly $300.00 per coat.