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Cabinet & Woodwork Refinishing

Does your cabinetry or workwork make your house look dated and drab? Are you tired of all the oak or maple in your home? It’s not the wood itself, but rather the golden finish most people dislike. Let Brush & Roll Painting update your cabinets & woodwork! We can stain and finish new wood or change the color of old wood. Show the grain with a darker color that breathes new life into your cabinets, or hide the grain with a sleek finish that feels like brand new furniture.

Give your existing cabinets a better-looking custom finish at a fraction of the cost of buying all new cabinets.

Different techniques and styles, like distressing and glazing, give a unique, one-of-a-kind finish you will love.

How much does cabinet refinishing cost?

Smaller Kitchens | Medium Kitchens | Larger Kitchens
Refinishing your cabinets is no small investment, but it adds big value to your home. Below you will see the break down of how we price our home cabinet refinishing projects so you can get a good estimate of how much your project will cost.

Smaller kitchens: from $3,000 to $5,000

Smaller Kitchen Cabinets

To glaze the cabinets for an antique look is an additional 35%. A kitchen of this size ranges from 30 to 40 linear feet of base units and 20 to 30 doors and drawer fronts.

Mid-sized kitchens: from $4,000 to $6,000

Mid-sized kitchen cabinets

To glaze the cabinets for an antique look is an additional 35%. A kitchen of this size ranges from 40 to 65 linear feet of base units and 30 to 45 doors and drawer fronts.

Larger kitchens: $6,000 and up

Large Kitchen Cabinets

To glaze the cabinets for an antique look is an additional 35%. A kitchen of this size ranges from 65 or more linear feet of base units and 45 or more doors and drawer fronts.

 


Cabinet FAQ’s

Here are some common questions we receive about our refinishing:

Q: How long does the process take?
A: Depending on the size of the kitchen, the process takes two to three weeks.

Q: Do you refinish furniture?
A: Yes, we do! We have a strip tank in our shop and have refinished many pieces of furniture from dining chairs and tables to church pews.

Q: Do you strip wicker furniture?
A: Unfortunately, we do not.

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