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Do It Yourself Cabinet Refinishing/Refacing

Cabinet Refacing Pros and DIY Cabinet Refacing in San Diego County.


Kitchen Remodeling or Renovation can be costly.  Some homeowners are unafraid of putting in a little elbow grease and would be more than happy to save money on some parts of the project if they knew how to do it or could find the instruction materials.


One of the essential parts of any Kitchen Remodeling or Renovation project is Cabinetry, either new Cabinet Installation or existing Cabinet Refinishing or Refacing. However, this cost can also be high if you desire beautiful Mediterranean finishes on Cabinets, walls, woodwork, fireplaces, columns, legs, etc...


CABINET REFACING PROS is here to help make those dreams a reality. We offer a few options for those homeowners looking for the DIY elements to their dream projects. The options provide technical information about the special finishes they dream of. With our tools and support, you can complete any of these projects and save lots of money on professional fees.


Below is a list of the do-it-yourself Cabinet refinishing application techniques we can help you with:


  • Cabinet Refinishing in French Country style application, Tuscan Villa Stained and Glazed application, traditional Stained application, and Modern Glazed application

  • Old-world walls faux glazing

  • Fireplace refinishing in weathered stone application

  • Furniture refinishing in antique application


We also offer personal hands-on training at our shop. 

Prices vary depending on the application technique and duration.

Call 760-644-4930 or send your inquiry through our Contact Form.

Stan and his crew are great. He gave us a very fair bid and did an excellent job completely refinishing our kitchen cabinets. They look better than new now. They were prompt, neat and very thorough during the whole job. And made it as easy as possible for us to use the kitchen as needed. They even repaired a stubborn 'appliance garage door' so it finally works. I will be having them do the dining room cabinets next.


- Nancy L

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