Is your kitchen ready for a new look?
Maybe you love the idea of an update, but a remodel isn’t really in the budget right now. Plus, who needs the mess and hassle of gutting a kitchen, taking it out of commission for weeks on end?
Cabinet painting is a popular alternative, delivering a major transformation in a fraction of the time, and at a fraction of the cost.
Is Cabinet Painting the Right Choice for You?
Here are a few key questions to ask yourself:
- Do you like the overall layout of your kitchen?
- Are your cabinets in decent condition?
- Do you have good quality cabinetry that’s worth investing in?
Did you answer “yes”? If so, let’s get started!
Choose An Experienced Cabinet Painter
There is a major difference between hiring a painter who offers cabinet painting as a side service, and one who really knows how to deliver a high-quality product. An experienced cabinet painter invests the necessary time in thorough prep, uses proven products, and delivers a factory-grade, guaranteed finish.
Will you pay a little more? Yes! But the performance and value is worth the investment.
Our Other Popular Interior Painting Services
- Custom staining and finishing
- Wallpaper removal
- Colors got you stumped? Ask about our color consultations!
I hired All Covered Painting to paint my kitchen, family room, bedroom, bathroom, two hallways, and entryway/staircase, as well as to repair minor woodpecker damage to my soffit. Cost with tax was about $5200. It was approximately two weeks from the day I called to request a bid to the day I sent in the check. The actual painting took three full days, which was actually a day less than originally estimated. The crew was conscientious of covering my floors and taking care with any furniture they moved. The whole team, office and painting, was polite and professional. I would not hesitate to hire them again. Excellent!
I'm happy with the work they did on our place. We have a lot of wood cedar siding on our place and it had gotten pretty dull and dark from the water and sun. Rich came over and gave us estimates. Restoring it to the natural wood with transparent stain would be very expensive, so I appreciate that he gave us different types of stains options and explained it very clearly. We went with a semi-solid stain, even though you lose the natural wood look, but it lasts longer and costs a lot less. He sent us to the paint shops to look for colors and then he came over again and showed us what the stain wood look like on real wood. This helped a lot since we were hesitant about going with semi-solid. Their work is dependent on dry days so we were super patient and flexible. We were happy with the end result. There was a couple things that needed to be touched up, but they took care of it and that matters a lot. About 6 mths after we noticed an issue and they still came back out and fixed it entirely because they guarantee their work. Rich was always very responsive and kind to us.