Explore Your Cabinet Remodeling Options with Carolina Cabinet Refacing
Every day in Charlotte NC and across the US, homeowners make the decision to finally 'do something' about their old kitchen cabinets. Do what? Well, they haven't figured that out yet. They just know that the drab, dated look or worn out functionality of their old cabinets simply has to go.
Carolina Cabinet Refacing is Tops in Customer Satisfaction
Throughout the Carolina Cabinet Refacing website, you will see testimonials from our satisfied Charlotte area customers. Seen individually, these customer comments add a nice bit of flavor to the pages of our website.
Carolina Cabinets Asks: Which Wood is Right for You?
As we say, Carolina Cabinet Refacing uses “Furniture-select Hardwoods - for the look and feel of custom cabinetry.” This includes hardwoods such as Birch, Maple, Alder, Cherry, Walnut, Oak, and more. Our thick hardwood facings, doors and drawer fronts are simply better looking and more durable than the laminate surfaces out there.
A Dream Home with One Exception: the Kitchen
Late in 2008, William and Angela Dixon were relocating to the Charlotte area from Virginia Beach, and found their dream home. “We fell in love with the house,” Angela says. “It was contemporary, with an open floor plan and a nice kitchen layout.”
Carolina Cabinet Refacing Swings into Home Show Season with the Charlotte Build, Remodel and Landscape Expo
Charlotte N.C., December 17, 2009 - Carolina Cabinet Refacing will exhibit its products and services at the upcoming Build, Remodel and Landscape Expo this January at the Charlotte Convention Center.
Imagine the Possibilities with Carolina Cabinet Refacing and hhgregg Fine Lines
John Marino of Carolina Cabinet Refacing will highlight his product and company in a personal appearance at Charlotte's hhgregg Fine Lines on December 5, 2009. Read more
A Weekend Penthouse Retreat
Panther fans Rodney and Amber Harris bought their downtown Charlotte penthouse to be their weekend retreat. Living in Kannapolis, during the week, the couple looked for a place to relax during football season that gave them all the comforts of home. Although the location was right, "the finishes weren't what we wanted," relates Rodney. Read more
A Smart Investment for a Dream Kitchen
When Dan and Leanne Mace decided to update their kitchen from a casual beach style to a sleek modern look, they wanted quality that fit within their budget. "We thought about just painting the cabinets, but we knew over time the paint would dull and chip," Leanne said. "And we wanted something that was longer lasting." Read more
Anything BUT Builder Basic
After changing out countertops and still not satisfied with the look of their kitchen, David Gritt helped his wife, Yvonne, see what they really didn't like about their kitchen: It was their cabinets.
Although the light oak cabinets were an upgrade from the builder cabinets from four years prior, the cabinets weren't working for the Gritt family. Read more
A Kitchen Tested Design Recipe
When Pat and Virginia Mackin of Lake Norman deciding to remodel their kitchen, they knew they had a big task in front of them. Their kitchen was actually part of three large rooms-the kitchen, den and breakfast room-about 1,300-square feet all total. Their main objective was to update the three rooms including the large quantity of kitchen cabinets, without breaking the bank. Read More