Cabinets have been painted for a long, long time, but they’re more in style right now than ever before. Delaware Valley homeowners are saving time and money by skipping the hassle of a remodel, investing instead in a fresh coat of paint.
While many painting companies are capitalizing on the demand by offering cabinet painting services, not many have a proven pedigree of exceptional work.
The truth is, cabinet painting is a specialized process that requires the right facility, tools, training, and products. Otherwise your paint just won’t last, and it won’t have the finish quality you’re looking for.
At John Byrne Painting, we invested in a dedicated spray shop, complete with top-of-the-line sanding and spray equipment. This allows us to create the very best finishes for your cabinet doors and drawer faces, while also keeping much of the process out of your home.
A closer look at our cabinet painting process
We begin with an in-person estimate, taking measurements, discussing your goals, and collecting the necessary data.
Next, we’ll provide you with a clear and detailed proposal.
Once your project begins, we’ll carefully prepare, contain, and protect your home.
Cabinet doors and drawer faces are removed and brought to our spray shop, leaving just the cabinet boxes and trim to be painted on-site.
Once the cabinet doors and drawers are painted, we’ll bring them back and reinstall.
Any necessary touch-ups are completed.
We’ll perform a final walkthrough with you to be certain every detail is complete.