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Refacing is the most efficient way to update a worn or outdated kitchen.

Our projects are completed in three to five days with minimal disruption to your home life. Your kitchen layout stays the same, and the cabinets remain in place. Discover the many advantages of Cabinet Refacing with Cabinet Clinic. The quality, cabinet refacing experts since 1986

You've been living with those old cabinets for years, but dreaming of something different. We will replace those tired doors, and sticky drawers with updated styles in the latest finishes.

Our installers specialize in frame-less cabinetry, and full overlay applications. We are flexible and offer full customization of all projects.

Call us today for a FREE refacing estimate!
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Refacing options and wood species

CHERRY   Cherry’s natural color, while stunning from the beginning, continues to enrich as time passes and is most apparent in clear or light stain finishes. Cherry is a multi-colored wood characterized by shades of red, white and brown. With time, darker tones will turn a deep reddish brown, while light areas will mellow to medium yellow and brown.


CHERRY

Cherry’s natural color, while stunning from the beginning, continues to enrich as time passes and is most apparent in clear or light stain finishes. Cherry is a multi-colored wood characterized by shades of red, white and brown. With time, darker tones will turn a deep reddish brown, while light areas will mellow to medium yellow and brown.

HICKORY   Hickory is a very “wild” wood known for its wide variation in color that can range from white to dark brown with wormholes and black knots. A clear or light stain will maximize the color variations, while darker stain selections will give this wood distinguishing characteristics all its own.

HICKORY

Hickory is a very “wild” wood known for its wide variation in color that can range from white to dark brown with wormholes and black knots. A clear or light stain will maximize the color variations, while darker stain selections will give this wood distinguishing characteristics all its own.

MAPLE   Predominately off-white in color, maple is a smooth, closed-grain wood that may contain shades of brown and pink. Other characteristics include occasional fine dark mineral streaks, small black knots or “bird’s eye.” Maple accepts a variety of stain colors, although a random “blotchy” pattern may occur with medium and dark stains that add to the character of this warm wood.

MAPLE

Predominately off-white in color, maple is a smooth, closed-grain wood that may contain shades of brown and pink. Other characteristics include occasional fine dark mineral streaks, small black knots or “bird’s eye.” Maple accepts a variety of stain colors, although a random “blotchy” pattern may occur with medium and dark stains that add to the character of this warm wood.

OAK   Oak offers depth in color from pink to white and light brown. In addition, green, yellow and even black color veins may appear as mineral streaks. Oak is also known for its wide and narrow grain patterns that are considered desirable qualities of this strong, open-grained American classic.

OAK

Oak offers depth in color from pink to white and light brown. In addition, green, yellow and even black color veins may appear as mineral streaks. Oak is also known for its wide and narrow grain patterns that are considered desirable qualities of this strong, open-grained American classic.

ACRYLIC AND VINYL   Vinyl doors offer the ability to achieve wood aesthetics at an excellent value. Acrylic doors offer modern and sleek designs in durable easy to clean styles.

ACRYLIC AND VINYL

Vinyl doors offer the ability to achieve wood aesthetics at an excellent value. Acrylic doors offer modern and sleek designs in durable easy to clean styles.

PAINTED   Tinted varnishes give cabinets a “painted look” and are one of the hottest trends in cabinetry. Durability isn’t an issue with tinted catalyzed varnish finishes since they are designed to hold up with today’s lifestyles. Assembled with a combination of select hardwoods and MDF to minimize door and cabinet frame joint movement, homeowners should expect minor cracking of the painted finish in these areas and therefore items will not be replaced under warranty.

PAINTED

Tinted varnishes give cabinets a “painted look” and are one of the hottest trends in cabinetry. Durability isn’t an issue with tinted catalyzed varnish finishes since they are designed to hold up with today’s lifestyles. Assembled with a combination of select hardwoods and MDF to minimize door and cabinet frame joint movement, homeowners should expect minor cracking of the painted finish in these areas and therefore items will not be replaced under warranty.