Cabinet Installation Companies in Denver, CO
Prescreened Kitchen Cabinet Contractors in Denver, CO
2598 South Quitman Street
Denver, CO 80219
4221 Decatur Street
Denver, CO 80211
2102 S Pearl Street
Denver, CO 80210
17020 Wellington Drive
Denver, CO 80207
2479 South Corona Street
Denver, CO 80210
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Reviews of Denver Cabinet Installers
Great work! Very diligent, perfectionist.
Benny was awesome to work with. He was very responsive to all our needs. Came back multiple times as our project moved along. We are very happy with how our kitchen cabinet install turned out. Great work and great guy. Would definitely highly recommend him!
Great attention to details and great to work with at a reasonable price.
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Unscreened Cabinet Contractors in Denver, Colorado
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231
1193 S. Beech Dr. #202
Lakewood, CO 80228
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Longmont, CO 80503
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- What best describes your cabinet project?
- Is this project part of a larger remodel?
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Denver Cabinet Remodeling
Replacing a Denver kitchen cabinet set is one of the best ways to reinvent your kitchen in one fell swoop. It's kind of like doing what they did to Stapleton International Airport, only kitchen style. Raze the old, bring in the new. And just like DIA put the old Stapleton to shame when it first opened back in '95, a new Denver kitchen cabinet remodeling project will leave you wondering how you ever put up with your old, rag tag bunch of cabinets in the first place.
Choosing the Right Kitchen Cabinet in Denver for You
Especially for those who haven't been through it before, choosing the right kitchen cabinetry for your home can be a daunting task. There are multiple things to take into consideration, including your kitchen's design, your personal tastes, your budget, the overall design of your home, and things like functionality and fit. And really, that list is just to wet your lips a little bit and get you thinking. When it comes to kitchen cabinetry, there can literally be thousands of different details to choose from. Despite that variety, we'll start simple. Before you even start thinking about which wood to go with, or whether you want stainless steel or colored laminate, you're going to need to select a style of cabinetry that's going to be right for you. To get the jump on making that decision, please read on.
The Custom, Semi-Stock, and Stock Dilemma
The choice between custom, semi-stock, and stock kitchen cabinetry is probably the first you'll be faced with as you begin down the long road that will eventually lead you to a beautiful new set of kitchen cabinetry. This is also a game we like to call "How Much Do You Have to Spend?" It's a little like choosing between the Broker, Wynkoop Brewery, and Chili's for dinner. They'll all serve you up a good meal, but there's no question that you're going to get what you pay for.
The Faceless vs. Face Frame
This is the other decision that is going to lay the foundation for your new kitchen cabinetry. Besides choosing between the three choices above, you'll probably also be presented with the option of either face frame or faceless cabinetry (also called European or Euro style cabinetry). Both styles have equal proponents and detractors from a functional standpoint, so it really boils down to which style you like the best aesthetically.
Face frame cabinet making is the traditional way cabinets have been built in America. These cabinets have a solid wood face frame onto which doors are attached and drawers slide into. As such, they have also generally have more elaborate wood work, and a little more texture to them. Faceless cabinets, on the other hand, are held together by the cabinet box itself. The doors and drawers fit directly onto, and into, this box, and they cover the front of the cabinet box to its edges. This creates a seamless, streamlined, and more modern feel.
Can't decide between the two? Start by stepping back and taking in your home's overall design. Do you live in one of the metro area's surviving turn of the last century farmhouses, complete with Shaker style wood trim and grandma's curtains over the kitchen sink? If so, face frame cabinetry is for you. And on the other side of the fence, if you have a LoDo loft that looks like the set of a futuristic science fiction movie, faceless cabinets are going to be the perfect fit.
How Far to Take Denver Kitchen Cabinet Remodels
Any article on cabinet remodeling would be remiss not to at least mention the fact that pulling out your present set of cabinets presents the perfect opportunity to replace old flooring, appliances, countertops, fixtures, and to paint your kitchen a new color as well. It's not a necessary thing, by any means, but then we all thought the old rainbow Nugget uniforms were okay until we saw the baby blues. Now all it takes is one look at vintage footage of Alex English in his hot pants to put that debate to rest. That being said, you've been properly warned: the same thing often happens with kitchen cabinet remodels in Denver. Once the new cabinetry is introduced, the rest of the kitchen suddenly looks shockingly out of date. Regardless of whether you decide cabinets are enough or that you're ready for something more, you can rest easy knowing that either way, kitchen cabinet remodeling in Denver is an excellent home improvement choice for any homeowner to invest in.