OUR CABINET PAINTING PROCESS
So, how does it all work? There are a couple of different methods we can use to achieve the look you want at a price that suits your budget.
One method is spray painting. For this process, we’ll carefully remove the cabinet doors and take them to a shop offsite to be sprayed—this gives them a nice smooth, hard surface to create the appearance of brand new cabinets. We’ll take care to make sure the finish is perfectly even, without any drips or blemishes. Cabinet boxes are then brushed on site using the same paint. We typically apply 4-5 coats of enamel paint, to ensure a smooth finish that looks brand new.
The second method is brush and roll. This method can be significantly cheaper, while still giving you great results. With this method, the cabinets are also carefully removed and taken to an offsite facility. When applying the paint, our painters will carefully roll and brush the paint onto the cabinets, ensuring a smooth finish. While brush and roll might not guarantee a finish that is as smooth as what you’ll get with spraying, it can give you a great look if you’re on a budget.
With both methods, all surfaces are fully sanded to provide a firm base for the finish coat, and are also prepped with a stain-killing primer to prevent previous colour from bleeding through the new paint. When the cabinets are all done, we’ll bring them back and reinstall them in your kitchen. It’s that easy!