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Questions to Ask About Cabinets

If you are thinking about buying new cabinets for your kitchen or bathroom remodel, you probably have a lot of questions. There are many different types of cabinet furniture out there, and the prices for them vary widely. Below are some questions to ask if you thinking about getting new cabinets.

  • Where should I remodel?
    One of the most popular rooms in the house is the kitchen. After all, any place that people congregate to eat is bound to be popular. However, if you live in an older house, your kitchen furniture is probably a bit dated. Not only do appliances age, but cabinets do as well. While there is no set timeline for when to do a remodel, if you are unhappy with the way a room in your house looks, you should consider remodeling it if you have the time and money.

  • What is the difference between refinishing and refacing?
    You don't have to break the bank buying new cabinets for your kitchen or bathroom. Both refinishing and refacing can be done with your original cabinets, but there is a difference. Refinishing refers to removing the old layer of stain or paint on the cabinet doors and replacing them with a new one. There are many different kinds of stains that resemble hardwoods such as oak, maple and cherry. Refacing, on the other hand, refers to replacing the old cabinet doors with new ones. Many people elect to do this if just the cabinet doors are damaged. However, using both processes instead of buying new cabinets will save you money.

  • Where can I buy cabinets?
    You can usually buy them online, at a home improvement store, or sometimes directly from a woodworker who makes cabinets. You can install them yourself or hire a professional.

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    Most sales of kitchen and bathroom cabinets are to individual homeowners by companies that both sell and install. The sale may also include other furniture. However, DIY enthusiasts may attempt the project themselves, especially with the larger number of design resources available. The project may be part of a larger plan to decorate the entire house.

    These homeowners generally intend to remodel an existing kitchen and may opt for cheaper options such as refacing cabinets, redoing the finish, or replacing only the doors and hardware.

    Cabinet installers may also make sales to developers. In this case, they may install the same kitchen and bathroom designs multiple times, or rotate through two or three. Sales to individuals, on the other hand, include expensive custom jobs, in which a company may work with an interior designer.

    Salesmen have to have a sense of design. They may to advise a customer on what wood to use for cabinet doors in the kitchen or the best finish. Oak, cherry and maple are popular, each offering a different appearance. Pantries may be walk in, in which case the door may match the rest of the kitchen. In some cases, they may also sell and install appliances, especially when islands are being constructed. These often include stove tops or griddles.

    In bathrooms, counter material and mirrored doors for medicine cabinets have to be considered. These, plus the vanity and toilet, are generally color coordinated, often with wall tiles. Installers may, thus, have to work with walling and flooring professionals to gain a consistent style.

    Remodeling may also involve advising on other furniture items. A kitchen may be refinished to match furniture the new owner already had. Storage requirements such as the pantry and raised cupboards are important. China cabinets and the like may display items as well as organize them.



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