Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Cabinetry is often what stands out most in a kitchen. It is important that kitchen cabinets have a durable, cleanable finish and being the focal point of your kitchen it is also important that they look amazing!
Many kitchens have nice cabinetry with an outdated stained or painted finish. Sometimes all it takes is a new paint job to rejuvenate and modernize your kitchen.
If you are having new custom cabinets installed then you should consider having them painted after installation. Once the cabinets are installed and the crown molding, toe kicks and scribes are all in place we can patch nail holes, repair any damages or adjustments made during installation and caulk everything together giving your cabinetry a truly seamless, built-in look.
Beck Painting can bring the shop finishes to your house! We offer sprayed specialty coatings for kitchen and bathroom cabinets and can achieve a smooth, furniture-grade finish in many colors.
Here are some sample pictures of kitchen cabinets we have painted over the years.
Beck Painting is your local Commercial & Residential Painter. Our goal is to provide our clients with long lasting, high quality paint jobs. From prep to finish, each application is executed with care and integrity. We pride ourselves on utilizing the finest methods, materials, and equipment, so that our clients can rest assured knowing they have extended the life, beauty, and value of their business or home. Contact Beck Painting today to discuss how we can help.
Our Process for Refinishing Cabinets
The first step in refinishing kitchen cabinets is cleaning. Kitchen cabinets accumulate a lot of grease from cooking and being handled. We thoroughly scrub all surfaces to be painted using a TSP substitute as shown on top.
After that we disassemble everything as shown next, carefully taking inventory on all hardware.
Masking is next. All surfaces not being painted are protected and the work area contained to limit dust and odor. Both the Masking and Site Containment is shown in the following two pictures.
The next step is sanding. Everything gets sanded to ease sharp edges, and promote adhesion of primer coats as shown next.
If your cabinets are currently stained the nail holes and joints will need to be patched and some caulking will be necessary, as demonstrated in the next image.
After a coat of primer imperfections become visible and can then be patched and sanded as seen next.
Another coat of primer is applied and the critiquing process repeated as necessary.
Finally, the enamel is ready to be applied. We use high quality pre or post catalyzed products and can educate you based on your specific needs.