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    February 27, 2019
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REFACING OR REPLACING WHICH WAY TO GO? Ready to update your kitchen and vanity cabinets? To choose between cabinet Reface or Replace ask yourself these questions. Are you happy with the overall design? Are the cabinet interiors still in good condition? Are all the drawers working properly? And what about the countertops? If the answer is Yes; then Refacing is the way to go. Refacing gives the exterior of the cabinets a new look with less mess and you don't need to empty out your existing cabinets (except the drawers). There are endless style and finish options, wood or painted, and all new doors come with-soft-close" hidden hinges. Refacing is usually 20-25% less than the cost of total replacement. If your countertops are new or in good shape, you can still achieve the look and feel of a new kitchen or bath with refacing. Certainly, countertops can be replaced with a cabinet reface. A big advantage to this is that it doesn't have to be done at the same time which really works well for homeowners on a budget. Reface now, new countertops later or vice-a-versa. If the answer is No; a full replacement is the solution. One of the biggest advantages to a kitchen or bath remodel is starting with a "clean slate" for design. Working with an experienced designer and/or contractor can make the project a pleasant experience and help you achieve the results you've envisioned. New lighting (both under cabinet and can lights in the ceiling) can be added easily during installation. This is also a great time to replace older appliances and plumbing fixtures. And of course, you have the latest choices when deciding on your new countertops. Reface or Replace, whichever you choose, remember to use a licensed, bonded and insured company and get several comparable bids. Before Aft Before After Before After Valley Woodworks, Inc. 101 S. La Canada Dr. Bld. #2, Ste 15 (520) 344-7714 info@valleyww.com or www.valleyww.com ROC 250755

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