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Do you need a kitchen cabinet painting service in Scottsdale, AZ? Our job is to make your kitchen cabinets look like new. The quality of our work is second to none because we treat every repainting job like we're working in our own home.

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  • Scottsdale
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  • Peoria
  • Gilbert
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Cabinet Painting Scottsdale

Refinishing your kitchen cabinets is one of the most cost effective way to increase the value of your home. It doesn't take long, and costs a fraction of installing new cabinets.

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Sure we’re committed to providing expert cabinet painting service, but everyone says that. What we mean is that our painters will treat your home and cabinets like they are our own. You will be impressed with the level of care and professionalism in every step of our cabinet painting process.

Expert Cabinet Painting Service

You'll absolutely love the feeling of walking into a kitchen that looks and feels brand new. Now you can experience the feel of a new room without the cost of a remodel. Give us a call and we will walk you through our process. We'll discuss paint types, color options and we will help you come up with a solution and style that works best for you.


Renovate Your Cupboards With Kitchen Cabinet Paint

When it's time for a new look for your kitchen but you'd rather not spend a lot on new cabinets, you always have the option to completely change their appearance with the help of professional painting contractors. If your choice is to do the job yourself the following are come important tips we follow ourselves.

With all the cooking and activity that happens in the kitchen, wear and tear, as well as the grease and steam from cooking tends to change the appearance of your cabinets, causing them to be refinished. Professionally painted cabinets are in fashion now and in a wide variety of colors.

If you have a stain on the cabinets now, you will have to do a little preparatory work before you actually start painting. Check the cabinets to see if the doors need to be replaced or if there are pieces of wood coming off the sides that you can touch up. Take off the doors and hinges and cover the countertop and the floor with either plastic or newspaper. You don't want to have to replace these parts of your kitchen when you finish painting the cabinets.

Wipe all the surfaces using a clean rag and mineral spirits so that you remove the build up of grease. If it has been a long time since you cleaned your cabinets in this way, you may have to repeat the process. Apply a primer with a shellac base primer sealer. This will adhere to all types of cabinets whether you have them stained or painted and to all kinds of material. This primer will seal any knots or holes in the cabinets and dark stains or colors won't show through the coat of paint.

Allow about two hours for the primer to dry. Then you can start painting. You will need to apply two coats of paint because the first coat will have streaks through it. You can eliminate the second coat though, if you add a tiny bit of the coloring of the paint so that the primer already contains the color you want for the cabinets.

Repeat this process with the doors and when they are dry you can put them back on the 

Make your kitchen cabinets look new again.

Are Glazed Kitchen Cabinets DIY Friendly?

Who wouldn't love the look of glazed kitchen cabinets boasting a touch of vanilla bean over the raw naked maple which is exposed on the edges. While antique painting kitchen cabinets is a hot trend, the price tag associated with this style is not. It is out of range for many who are hoping to update the look of their kitchen- not rack up debt to the tune of the price of a luxury vehicle.

The kitchen cabinet paint ideas discussed in this article will help you achieve the look of transforming your kitchen from blah to amazing.

Glazing kitchen cabinets gives the newly painted kitchen cabinet an older look which is very trendy now. It also complements the look of your kitchen, while muting the modern look of stainless steel which is so popular in kitchens today.

Professionally painted kitchen cabinets

The one thing to remember with glazed kitchen cabinets is it is not a textbook process. It is one that takes a certain flair for artistry when deciding where and how much glaze to remove to achieve the 'aged' look. Before you panic, remember it is also a very forgiving process. Glazing kitchen cabinets allows one to wipe the slate clean if you don't like the look and start over. Just make sure to work quickly before the glaze begins to dry.

Basically the steps involved are mixing the paint and glaze together to 
achieve the color you desire, apply the glaze to the door and wipe off as little or as much as you choose. Let paint dry thoroughly and move onto the cabinet drawers and bases performing the same steps. Let everything dry at least a day to assure the surfaces are not tacky when rehanging doors. For free, detailed step by step instructions in the glazing process, click the link in the resource box below.

Things to keep in mind when painting or staining your kitchen are as follows. Remember your kitchen will not be 100% functional again until the entire project is completed. Do you have a place to prepare and store food and dishes during this time? Plan ahead and decide where you will be doing this. Remember that you will be removing your kitchen cabinet doors from their frame and will probably have then laid out throughout your kitchen to apply paint and dry, unless you have an enclosed garage or workshop this can be done in during the summer months.

Check the surface of the cabinets you are working with. What techniques have been done previously to these? If they've been stained or a urethane coat has been applied you must first apply a base coat of a special primer-sealer to ensure adhesion of the paint you are applying.

If you prefer a more weathered look in your glazing treatment, apply the glaze compound after the paint is fully dried. For this treatment it is recommended to use a light base coat of paint and a darker glaze. Always apply glaze first then a little at a time apply the dark paint color until you reach the desired consistency and color. It's better to go light by adding a little at a time than to add a lot of color right away. When removing the glaze mixture with a rag leave additional glaze in corners to achieve the aged old world look.

To finish off the look, update your kitchen cabinets with new hardware to set the tone for the style you are portraying in your kitchen. Before you know it you will have a kitchen that looks like a million bucks for not a lot of bucks!