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Kitchen Cabinets


At Pro Construction Solution Inc., we pay close attention to the faucets, lighting, and décor to get the perfect kitchen. Although there are numerous smaller pieces to notice in the kitchen, you should not overlook the kitchen cabinets, which are a big part of the room.

Before hiring a Sacramento company to help you install new cabinets, first understand the different types of cabinets that are well suited to a remodeling project. They include:

  • Shaker-style
  • Louvered cabinets
  • Flat-panel
  • Inset
  • Distressed
  • Beadboard
  • Thermofoil
  • Custom


Homeowners have numerous layouts and look to choose from when doing a kitchen cabinet remodel. Most people prefer base cabinets, while others choose hanging wall cabinets due to their aesthetic features. In the modern world, wall cabinets extend to the ceiling, which utilizes high-up space to store the cooking and serving ware that is not used frequently. The wall cabinets can also be blown to extended-length proportions and extend from the floor to your ceiling, creating an accent wall that offers enough storage for appliances, cookbooks, and cookware.

Which Materials Make Good Kitchen Cabinets?

Kitchen cabinets remodeling can be done using plywood since it does not off-gas from coatings. Homeowners do not like using particle board or melamine as they aren’t durable. If you are looking for longevity and resilience, plywood is a good option.

Kitchen Cabinets Styles

Homeowners love cherry wood for the rich and dark finishes cabinets. If you need a more exotic look, mahogany, bamboo, and Sapele will give you the desired style. You can stain the woods or lacquer them for a sleek finish. A natural look can also be achieved by wood grain peeking.

Kitchen Cabinets Renovation

Renovating your kitchen cabinets may require you to reface or replace them. Although refacing can be superficial, you will enjoy the results and the savings. Refacing involves covering your exposed frames using thin veneers of wood or laminate. You can replace all doors and drawer fronts to complement your new veneer.

Refacing is more preferred because it takes less time and money. The process is also less laborious as you won’t tear out your cabinets. Plus, you can still use the kitchen during the refacing process. If you have a bad kitchen design, refacing may not fix it, and you may end up spending more on exotic veneer, thus saving less.

You will have unlimited choices for your cabinets’ finished look since veneers come in a wide range of colors, patterns, textures, etc. You can mix and match the colors and textures for a relatively new and cheap kitchen facelift. Seek advice from a construction solution company for the best service for your kitchen remodel project to find the design that perfectly suits your kitchen, whether it’s refacing or replacing.

What Is the Cost of Remodeling Your Cabinets?

The cost of remodeling depends on whether you want the cabinets to be refaced or get new ones installed. You will spend much more on new cabinets than on refaced ones. Refacing might not be effective if your cabinet’s structure and stability have issues, and you might spend more money later.

Therefore, the best way of knowing how much your kitchen cabinet project will cost is to contact the company for a quotation. Get in touch with us today to learn what service is suitable for your house renovation.

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