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Your kitchen should be a space that is both functional and visually appealing. If your cabinets are old, damaged, or dated, you might be considering a renovation. When it comes to updating your kitchen, there are many options and factors to consider. We’ve compiled some of our advice to help you decide the best option for your home and budget. From a complete remodel to refacing your current cabinets, we’ve got you covered! 

Cabinet Replacing

Replacing your cabinets involves completely removing your existing cabinets and replacing them with new ones. This is an ideal option if your cabinets aren’t functioning properly or have structural damage.

A replacement project also allows you the flexibility to change the layout of your kitchen, add more drawers, create a hidden trash can, or add shelving and organization. Replacing your cabinets can provide you with higher-quality cabinets and more storage. 

Cabinet Refacing 

If you are happy with the layout of your cabinets but want to update just their look, then refacing might be the best option for you. Refacing your cabinets is a much less invasive process which means it involves less planning and time to complete.

When you chose to reface your cabinets, new drawer faces, cabinet doors, and hardware are installed, but the inside of your cabinets remains the same. This is also a more affordable option to update your space. 

We hope this information has made your decision a little easier. At St. Croix Cabinet Solutions, we have options to fit every style and budget. Our cabinet specialists are here to help you make the kitchen of your dreams a reality. If you’re in Woodbury, Hudson, Stillwater, or the surrounding areas, call today for a free consultation