3. Time to Install!           After about 2-3 weeks your newly sprayed doors and drawers will be installed! They now have a new door look without the new door price! Your kitchen has just went from “Outdated to Outstanding’ 


2. Prep and Paint             We remove your doors and drawers and spray them back at our workshop. We mask off your entire kitchen so we can spray the other areas of your cabinets that cannot be brought back to our shop.



1. Pick your colour
Our coatings can be tinted so the possibilities are endless but  there’s definitely one out there to match your taste and style! We use non-toxic, low VOC waterbased lacquers so there is virtually no odour!

How long does it take?

On average this is a 2-3 week process from start to finish.  We are on-site for 2 days to do the base cabinets and another day to re-install your newly refinished doors.

Do I need to empty my cabinets?
No you don’t have to because we mask and tape off the openings but some people find that this is a good time to clean and re-organize their cabinets.

What kind of cabinets can you spray?
With our process, we can spray ALL types of cabinetry including oak, maple, pine, melamine and even thermofoil!

Is there an odour?
We use non-toxic / low VOC water based lacquers so the smells are minimal. 

Can I choose a specific colour? Or more than one colour?
You can chose any colour you want but we do have a few standard colours in stock that you can choose from.
Currently it is quite popular to do the upper and lower cabinets or the island a contrasting colour to give your kitchen that designer touch.  There is no extra charge for this unless we have to buy an additional gallon of paint.

Do you do refinish crown mouldings?
Yes we do, plus any other decorative trims, moldings or valances that are integral to your cabinetry.

Is this a messy process?
We use plastic and paper to cover all the surfaces in your kitchen and plastic zip walls are used to close off openings. Some dust is unavoidable but we do our best to keep it to a minimum

Do I have to be home when the work is done?
No. Our technicians are bonded, insured and have police background checks. If possible, we would like you you to be home at the start of the job to review the work to be done and again, when the work is finished to inspect and pay.

How do I care for my newly refinished cabinets?
Let your cabinets cure for at least 5-7 days before washing or having them come into contact with water.  If water does come into contact with the finished surface, simply dab (do not rub!)  with a very soft cloth and let dry. After the doors are cured, simply clean with mild soap and water.  If you have solid wooden doors it is important that the humidity level in your home be kept at approx. 40% during the winter months to prevent shrinking and cracking.