The kitchen is the focal point of your home and one of the rooms where most of your time is spent, along with the living room. With all the constant use and wear and tear that your kitchen cabinetry absorbs, it is often times necessary to replace the faded and sometimes dated facing in your kitchen.
Your kitchen should be beautiful, functional, and designed to fit your specific needs. Our professional designers, manufacturers, and installers work with you every step of the way to ensure that your kitchen is just that. Whether you are looking for a complete kitchen build or remodel, new cabinets, countertops, re-facing, or some minor kitchen touch-ups, we do it all.
We will work with you on a personal level to design the kitchen or cabinetry that fits your needs and dreams perfectly. We offer a variety of styles that can generally be designed to fit anyone’s budget. Once again, “If you can dream it, we can do it.” If you are not looking to replace your entire cabinet system, re-facing is also a very popular option.
Kitchen re-facing is an affordable way to put a brand new look to your kitchen without breaking the bank replacing the entire cabinet system. Here is a perfect example of before and after pictures showcasing Classy Closets work re-facing the kitchen.
Classy Closets offers three finish options: standard laminate, rigid thermofoils (RTF) and real-wood veneers. Refacing laminates come in a wide variety of solid colors and wood-grain looks. RTF is a very malleable vinyl foil pressure-molded over medium-density-fiberboard doors. It can be shaped and molded in a range of styles, including arched and cathedral doors, raised panel and eyebrow raised panels. RTF comes in a fewer solid colors than laminates, but its wood grain is made to look realistic.
Refacing a kitchen with real wood will cost slightly more than RTF and laminates, and it can be done in oak, maple, cherry, birch, walnut or almost any other wood a customer wants.
Stop by our showroon to see all the various woods and styles. The added benefit of using real wood is that it can be stained to be any color you desire—we even do custom matching.
The process to achieving your new kitchen is simple. It begins with one of our professional designers coming to your home for your free in-home consultation. They will work directly with you to create designs that expand your existing space and transform it into something functional and beautiful.
Once your kitchen plans are approved, the design is sent to our manufacturing facility in nearby Chandler where the building process begins. This is where raw lumber and materials are cut, sanded, stained and assembled specifically for you. After each and every piece is carefully built and inspected, it is sent to your home where your kitchen is installed by our experienced installation crews.
Before you know it, your dream kitchen has become a reality.