Many satisfied customers have submitted these before and after photos.  Testimonials are available upon request.


Photo 1: The after photo has many changes aside from just refacing the existing cabinets with a brighter more modern facelift. Note the new micro-wave shelf to the right of the stove, range hood, counter, faucet, left valance, crown molding, two large drawers (for pots and pans) and new drawers to the right of stove.


Photo 2: The after photo looks like a brand new set of cabinets.  This is a traditional LT. Oak system with new counter, handles, range hood and lighting.


Photo 3: This is an older kitchen cabinet where it’s built right to the ceiling.  It’s refaced with modern white wood grain new doors, matching handles to color of new counter and back splash wall.


Photo 4: Many new upgrades to this kitchen, while still keeping the original built in cabinetry with its unique design and abundant storage.


Photo 5: This kitchen had many areas we could offer improvement.  Like the 8’’ deep wall cabinets to the right of the stove, the cabinets on the back wall behind the stove, and a new range hood.


Photo 6: Refacing this kitchen cabinet allowed us to maintain its unique rounded features and at the same time create openness.


Photo 7: We retained the home owners original handles but installed new concealed hinges and removing dividing upper cabinets.  This offers a flow through the kitchen, work area and dining room.


Photo 8: Bringing out the bulkhead on the before photo allows a micro flush modern built in feature for this fridge, and extra storage too.


Photo 9: Yes, now this is storage.  See the pull-out drawers in the after photo as opposed to fixing the shelves in the older pantry.


Photo 10: Many changes to this kitchen aside from new cabinet doors and drawer fronts include build out upper cabinets over fridge, back splash tiles, counter top, range hood and lighting.


Photo 11: Our customer wanted to view the front from the dining area and our craftsmen fashioned a beautiful columned opening for them.


Photo 12: After removing older dark stained doors and drawer fronts we transformed the home owner’s cabinets into a vital high end furniture look.


Photo 13: This is a popular kitchen reface.  Many homes want the furniture look with light wood tones and stainless steel hardware to fit well with their appliances.


Photo 14: This small area has many changes to show benefits by widening the counter top, installing stainless steel over-the-range hood, under new shortened upper cabinet and applying, stainless steel back splash tiling.


Photo 15: This is a complete new cabinet replacement job in knotty pine cabinets, new counter, sink, roll-out hidden shelves, and laminate to all back walls of counter and stove area, and new wood look vinyl floor.


Photo 16: This is a complete kitchen cabinet replacement. Includes many desired options along with easy-glide drawers and a new floor, ceramic backsplash tiling, the color co-ordinated faucet, handles and counter top added a beautiful finishing touch.