• Cabinet Refacing

    Keeping your cabinet boxes but installing new doors with new hinges and drawer fronts in the color of your choice  and the door style of your choice.  Read more

  • Cabinet Refinishing

    Keeping your existing cabinets, doors and drawer fronts and applying a new factory finish with unlimited color choices. We can also replace your hinges, your drawers and handles if needed. Read more

  • Custom Built Cabinets

    We can custom build any type of cabinetry, trim, paneling, drawers, pull outs, wine racks, vent hoods, islands, pantries, etc. See Gallery

  • Drawers, pull outs

    Top of the line, solid maple, dovetailed drawer boxes and pull out shelves with soft close slides. The slides are undermount, so they are hidden and full extension, so no part of the drawer box will remain under the counter top when pulled out all the way.

  • Embellishments

    Installing elements that will enhance the appearance of your cabinets including, matching end panels, corbels, moldings, custom built vent hoods, staggering cabinets, etc.

  • Hardware Upgrade

    Whether you have your cabinets refinished or refaced, you can always have your hardware upgraded. The most popular upgrades include cabinet door hinges (cabinet refacing includes new, soft close hinges for all doors), drawer boxes and/or drawer slides and your knobs and handles.

  • Kitchen Design

    Design consultation is available for planning a new kitchen, changing the layout, best placements of new appliances, expanding cabinetry for storage, expending counter top space, etc. You can also learn about new trends and fads to avoid and the best ways to stretch your budget the furthest.


Is refinishing right for me?

If your answer is “yes” to all the items below, refinishing would be the way to go:

  • You like your current doors style
  • Your doors are structurally sound
  • You have the original factory finish and it is fairly intact, just the not the color you want
  • You don’t want to change the cabinet door overlay type
  • Your cabinets are not oak
  • You want a paint finish, not a stain finish
  • Your cabinets are not thermofoil

Is refacing right for me?

If the answer is yes to any of the options below, refacing would be your best option in almost every case.

  • You don’t like your current doors style
  • Your doors are structurally weak, cracking, have loose joints
  • You don’t have the original factory finish, the cabinets have been repainted already
  • You want to upgrade from standard to full overlay
  • Your cabinets are oak
  • You want a stain finish
  • Your cabinets are thermofoil
  • Your cabinet doors are laminate and the laminate is coming loose

What does full overlay mean?

Full overlay means that the doors and drawer fronts cover almost the entire cabinet box when closed. There is usually only a 1/4″ gap between the doors and drawer fronts as opposed to about 1″-2″ with standard overlay doors.

Do you use veneer on the cabinet boxes?

We never use veneer on cabinet face frames that are almost always solid hardwood, like maple, oak or cherry. These solid wood surfaces can be refinished with any color of a sprayed factory finish, paint or stain that will make it indistinguishable from a new factory finish. However once a veneer has been applied to the surface, it can no longer be refinished and it will be apparent that the cabinet has been refaced.

What colors can I choose from?

Since the cabinets will be sprayed with an actual paint or stain finish, the color choices are unlimited. We can match any paint or stain color of any brand from Benjamin Moore to Farrow and Ball .

What door styles do you offer?

ProRefinish is a custom cabinet shop, we can build almost any style of cabinet doors made of solid wood.

Do you do counter tops?

We don’t install counter tops unless it’s a butcher block, however we can refer you to our granite installer partners.

Do you do back splashes?

We don’t install back splashes, however we can refer you to our tile installer partners.

Scheduling contractors for a complete remodel?

There are a few things to keep in mind when having your cabinets refinished or refaced and also having the floor, counter top, back splash replaced and the walls painted.

When the cabinets get sprayed, any adjacent surface must be masked off to be protected from overspray unless the surface will be replaced or repainted later. Freshly painted walls and freshly refinished hardwood floors can get damaged when the masking tape is being removed therefore the walls should be painted and the hardwood floors should be refinished after the cabinets have been sprayed. Counter top and back splash can be installed either before or after the cabinets get sprayed.