Cabinet Installation Companies in Austin, TX
Prescreened Kitchen Cabinet Contractors in Austin, TX
Austin, TX 78751
15217 Bullbrier Road
Austin, TX 78724
12101 Dessau Road
Austin, TX 78754
200 Meadow Park Drive
Georgetown, TX 78626
Serving Austin, TX
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401 TeraVista Parkway, Suite 1127
Round Rock, TX 78665
Serving Austin, TX
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Austin, TX 78701
1725 Toomey Road
Austin, TX 78704
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Austin, TX 78758
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Austin, TX 78745
Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace Cabinets:
- What best describes your cabinet project?
- Is this project part of a larger remodel?
- Select the location of the cabinets:
Austin Cabinet Remodeling
Ask any Austin real estate agent and they'll tell you that a kitchen remodel promises to increase property value. Many people, though, don't have the money or the patience to have their kitchen torn up for as much as six weeks. Kitchen cabinet remodels can add kitchen storage and improve your kitchen décor for a third of the cost and half the time. Plus, with a wise cabinet choice, you still stand to increase the value of your home.
Austin Cabinet Remodeling
Austin kitchen cabinet remodeling is a great way to spruce up your kitchen on a budget. Austinites are no different than any other homeowner around the country. We love our kitchens and find this area of the home at least as important as any other. Unfortunately, also like many homeowners, not every Austinite has $20,000 to plop down on a completely brand new kitchen. Kitchen cabinet remodeling is a great first step for a full kitchen remodel. You can put in new kitchen cabinets, and then, months or years later, you can put in new floors, countertops, appliances, etc. without disrupting the flow of your new kitchen design.
Build, Reface, or Refinish
It's one thing to know that you need to do something about your kitchen cabinets. It's something else to try to figure out exactly what this work should be. Cabinets can be replaced, refaced, or refinished. So what's the difference? Replacing your cabinets is self-explanatory. It's all new kitchen cabinetry. Refacing cabinets involves stripping the finish, repairing dents, cracks, and other holes, sanding away imperfections, and refinishing your cabinets. Interestingly, our numbers show that the average cabinet refacing project is actually more expensive than installing new ones. The reason for this oddity is simple. Most cabinet refacing is done on solid wood cabinetry; most new cabinets are wood veneer. Plus, we frequently process single cabinet installations, while cabinet refacing is usually a job for the entire cabinetry. Regardless, to replace the same quality of wood cabinets you currently have, it will almost surely be more expensive to install new ones.
Kitchen cabinet refinishing, on the other hand, is significantly less expensive that either refacing or replacing your cabinets. You're not going to get the same "like-new" quality, but if your cabinets have managed to avoid any noticeable denting or cracking, you'll still come away with stunning cabinetry. Plus, the new finish may match your new kitchen décor, if you're considering new cabinets as part of a full kitchen remodel.
Cost and Project Length
As part of our service to homeowners, HomeAdvisor compiles data on all the home improvement projects we process. Obviously, we can't give you any kind of specific cost estimates until you tell us what you want done with your cabinetry, but we can give you a baseline to judge where the cost of your project may fall. Here's what our information tells us about Austin kitchen cabinet remodeling and services:
Refaced Austin Kitchen Cabinet: Your average cost is about $7,000. In fact, most projects range from $4,000 to $9,000, but depending on the number, size, and complexity of your cabinets, your project may range anywhere from $2,000 to as much as $15,000. This may sound like a lot of money for your old cabinets, but you should realize you probably won't even recognize them once the contractor is done.
Custom Austin Kitchen Cabinet: The average cost for new kitchen cabinets in Austin is only $5,000. The range for new cabinets, though, varies quite a bit. It's not uncommon to see projects come in under $1,500 or more than $20,000. You have a lot more options with new cabinets installations, so it really just depends on what you want and what you can afford.
Refinished Austin Kitchen Cabinet: Now you're only looking at about $2,500 with a range of about $800 to $5,000. Again, whether refinished cabinets is the right project for you really depends on the current condition of you cabinets.
As for the project length, depending on the scope of your project, plan on the project taking at least two weeks. The actual construction, installation, or refacing shouldn't take nearly this long, but you'll want to spend some time getting written estimates and talking to multiple contractors and their references. You'll find this simple investment in time can pay off enormous dividends in the final quality and cost of your kitchen cabinet project.The Style of Cabinets
Material, style, and building method are all things to consider once you've got a grasp on the placement and design of your bathroom cabinets. The difference between wood, wood veneer, and other materials can be considered in terms of decorative cohesion. If you already have real wood cabinets, you've got quite a few options, especially if you're already happy with the general design and placement of your cabinetry. Refinishing these cabinets can work miracles, and there's a good chance your real wood cabinets were built to last. New cabinets tend to be made from a wood veneer, unless you're set on paying extra for the real thing.