In a refacing service, a kitchen that has plain oak cabinets can be made cherry or maple, or even a European-style 3-D laminate material, all while not harming the environment.
(Vocus) July 1, 2010
Homeowners who remember the “3 Rs” can makeover their kitchen, protect the Earth and save some money in the process.
Redooring, refacing or reconditioning cabinets, or any other type of woodwork, can significantly cut remodeling costs, save energy and keep discarded material out of landfills.
Cabinet refacing and redooring lets homeowners revitalize their kitchen with new doors, drawer fronts, pulls, knobs and matching veneer, while keeping the existing cabinet boxes. Similarly, reconditioning lets homeowners ‘Tune-Up’ existing cabinets, doors and woodwork to look like new, without the cost or environmental impact associated with replacing them.
“In a refacing service, a kitchen that has plain oak cabinets can be made cherry or maple, or even a European-style 3-D laminate material, all while not harming the environment,” said David Haglund, founder and president of Kitchen Tune-Up, a company that provides reconditioning, redooring, and refacing services.
To locate the nearest Kitchen Tune-Up for a free in-home consultation, visit kitchentuneup.com or call 1.800.333.6385.
About Kitchen Tune-Up –Kitchen Tune-Up specializes in home remodeling. They offer wood reconditioning “Tune-Ups”, cabinet refacing and redooring, closet organization, and custom cabinetry. Kitchen Tune-Up has been ranked Entrepreneur Magazine’s #1 home remodeling franchise for 20 years and has more than 200 franchises in the United States and Canada. Learn more about franchise territories that are available nationwide and in Canada at kitchentuneup.com or ktufranchise.com.