Refacing kitchen cabinets includes liding the exposed frames with a non-thick veneer of substantive wood or plastic laminate. Drawer and doors fronts are replaced to fit or complement the new veneer. New knobs, hinges, molding, and pulls complete the transformation. Your choices for the final appearance of your cabinets are virtually unlimited. Veneers are available in a very vary of colors, textures, patterns, grains, and more, which you can mix or match to get a roundly low-cost kitchen reface.
Kitchen cabinet refacing is reasonable if your existing cabinet frames are structurally fine and in good condition. Cabinets with warping, water damage, or broken frames are poor candidates to get refacing process. In addition to adhesives, particleboard cabinetry sometimes needs fasteners, to ensure that the veneer is safe. Doing reface the kitchen cabinets is less costly than having to buy new kitchen cabinets. But you can count and calculate which is more profitable, renovating or buying new kitchen cabinets.
If you can not do yourself, you can hire the services of a professional to do the kitchen cabinets refacing, but taking into account the costs to pay for professional services, you must recalculate, which will be more profitable, selling the existing kitchen cabinets, and buy, cabinets kitchen, which is completely new, or still do refacing, with the consideration that the existing kitchen cabinets, has a historical value can not be measured by money. All choice is yours, and you are the one who has the right to decide which option will be taken.