Kitchen Cabinet Update
Days to Completion
Custom Cabinets Added
How The Project Started
A Plus Customer wanted to update the look of their 1980’s kitchen cabinets and increase their cabinet space.
We replaced the upper cabinets with custom Shaker Style cabinets. By removing the fur-down, we were able to provide additional cabinet space. Since the granite countertops were recently installed and the lower cabinet was structurally sound, we replaced the cabinet doors and drawers to match the upper cabinet, and we installed new hardware. This helped to reduce cost for the customer.
The glass paned doors and white paint give the small kitchen an open and clean appearance.
Throughout the remodeling process, we took great care to protect the granite countertops, appliances, sink, floor, and kept the area clean.
A Plus Project Journal
A Plus Home Remodel achieved an updated look for this customer with an 80s kitchen while still keeping within budget. As always, our team was sure to keep the project area clean and the existing area protected.
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