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Cabinet Refacing - Refinishing & Resurfacing In Deering

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Business Listing   A Classic Kitchen Front, LLC - Deering, NH - Phone: (800) 432-2348


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Helpful Definition for: Cabinet Refacing - Refinishing & Resurfacing

Cabinets can be refinished or resurfaced in Deering These services are used when drawers and door fronts start to look faded, the drawers and cabinet doors stick while opening and closing, or there's chipping and staining due to prolonged use and abuse. Refinishing and resurfacing is an easy, cheap way to change the look of the room, and make it bright and pleasant. It also increases the resale or rental value of the house, and delays the necessity of expensive replacements. Services offered under refinishing in Deering include new doors and drawer fronts, replaced with heat, scratch and warp resistant raised panels; adding roll-out trays and euro slides; and changing the hardware and hinges. These do not take much time, with the maximum being only ten business days. Resurfacing applies a new finish on countertops, making them look as good as new. This is done in a span of few hours, and they can be used in 2 days. Quick service, use of products with warranty, efficient service technicians and a dedicated customer service are necessary for this. This is also a "green" alternative to replacing wood furniture.

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