Cabinet Refacing is the Eco-Friendly Approach to Kitchen Remodeling

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Over 90% of homeowners who remodel plan to keep their kitchen layout basically the same. Therefore, there is no need to tear out existing cabinets and replace them with new cabinets. Refacing your current cabinets uses less resources and there is less waste. Another important benefit of cabinet refacing has to do with indoor air quality. By not replacing cabinets you eliminate adding urea-formaldehye found in plywoods and particle board used in cabinets, as older cabinets will no longer emit urea-formaldehye. Download this fact sheet to learn more about the benefits of cabinet refacing.

  • reusing existing cabinets
  • avoid additional urea-formaldehye
  • additional remodeling options

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