Cabinet Painting and Professional Cabinet Refinishing
Refinish and Paint those Outdated Kitchen Cabinets!
We refinish all types of cabinetry whether it be oak, maple, mdf (laquered & foiled) and alder.
Our Products Used:
Cabinet doors and drawers are removed and sprayed in the shop with a commercial grade acid cured catalyzed enamel. This product will protect your cabinetry better than any typical paint and will give a factory finish that is extremely durable.
Cabinet bodies will be finished in Benjamin Moore’s Satin Impervo Oil based Enamel which can be applied in house and gives a spray like finish that will match your sprayed doors and drawers.
Our Solid Color Collection consists of 10 popular Benjamin Moore colors: they can be viewed at BM Color Gallery
OC-65 Chantilly Lace
CC-20 Decorators White
CC-130 Ivory White
CC-40 Cloud White
CC-90 Natural Linen
CC-368 Sandpiper Beige
HC-71 Hasbrouck Brown
2130-10 Black Bean Soup
2129-10 Midnight Dream
*** If you would like to go with a custom color apart from the above list it is a $200 surcharge.
Samples of our sprayed doors are available for viewing.
The commercial grade Enamel product that we use on your cabinetry has chemical and moisture resistance built in. It is a commercial grade product that you won’t find at your local paint store. Most of our competitors use a sprayed laquer finish which may give a similar finish to the enamel but will not give you the same durability as our commercial grade enamel.
Our enamel will not chip, won’t break down around the handles and areas which are frequently touched and will stand up to any cleaning product you throw at it. The end result is a professional factory like finish resistant to all the everyday ware and tare that cabinets are exposed to.
Our Competitions Products:
It is important when getting multiple quotes to compare ‘apples to apples’ as they say. Most cabinet refinishing companies in the greater Vancouver like to use a sprayed Lacquer to refinish your cabinets. Lacquer can also produce an amazing finish but will not keep that finish longer than 1-2 years. Lacquer is not as durable as our commercial grade enamel and you will find it chipping and breaking down especially around the handles and areas where it is constantly touched and handled. Anyone that tells you different is not being truthful, just ask them if they will guarantee against chipping longer than 6 months. Other products out there being used you might here about are water based/acrylic and our even less durable than Lacquer and will not hold up over the months or years. Our commercial grade enamel and unique preparation process will guarantee that amazing finish to last and never chip.
I get a lot of calls from people asking for ballpark pricing on roughly what its going to cost them. A typical price range for most kitchens is between $3,000 to $6,000. Both the size of your kitchen, # of doors, condition of cabinetry, size of doors, and type of material (oak, mdf, maple etc.) will affect the price. I have finished door samples of various types of cabinetry that I can show you if you would like to see first hand the finished product. One thing I will say is that the finished product looks like your cabinets came out of a factory floor brand new. In comparison the cost to replace those old looking wood cabinets are going to be at least 3-4 times more than getting us to refinish them.
Hinges & Hardware:
We are now offering a service to remove any old hinges/handles and replace them with the new style hidden hinges. This can be the finishing touch on updating your kitchen cabinets as the old style hinges can really date your cabinets. Customers can also purchase the hinges through us as well and the different styles can be viewed at http://www.marathonhardware.com/.
Here is a before and after of our most recent job with Oak cabinets.
If your not sure what you want to do with your cabinets give us a call and we can help you find the right solution.