In The Shop

  1. To start the cabinet coating process, existing cabinet door and drawer fronts are removed from the cabinet frames and are taken to our shop. (Existing cabinet fronts are taken off if NEW door option is chosen)

  2. All hardware and bumpers are removed from the cabinet doors. New holes are drilled if needed.

  3. Each cabinet door and drawer front is washed to remove any grease and debris.

  4. Each cabinet door and drawer front is power and hand sanded. This opens up the pores of the cabinet wood to allow excellent bondage with the primer coat.

  5. Next, they are coated with 1-2 coats of high quality primer.

  6. Flaws are repaired and gaps are caulked.

  7. Then, the cabinet doors and drawer fronts receive high quality industrial coatings using our H.V.L.P spraying equipment. Our coatings produce a smooth coating with a film strength which exceeds factory applied baked enamel.

  8. If a glazing technique for an “Old World” look is chosen, this is completed meticulously by hand by our interior designer and professional painters.

In The Home

  1. Counters and floors are covered for protection while we work on the cabinets. Everything inside of the cabinets must be pushed back a half inch. The kitchen is fully accessible and functional the entire process.

  2. Cabinet frames are cleaned and wet sanded to capture dust from going all over. NO power sanding is done inside the home.

  3. Flaws are repaired and gaps are caulked.

  4. The cabinet frames are painted with brush and roller techniques using the same products applied on the cabinet doors and drawers. NO SPRAYING is done in the home. This keeps the process clean and safe for families. Learn why we don’t spray in the home CLICK HERE

  5. New bumper pads are installed to each cabinet door, hardware is assembled, cabinet doors and drawers are reinstalled to the cabinet frames.