1009 North 1100 West
St. George, UT 84770
Specializing in Quality Custom Cabinetry
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Refacing & Remodeling
Cabinet Refacing is a popular trend that isn’t really new. Before the advent of industrial design, cabinet makers were responsible for the conception and production of any piece of furniture. And part of that work involved repairing damaged or broken pieces including cabinetry. It may have been something as simple as replacing a hinge or a door or even a side of the entire box.  

In its simplest form refacing is the process of refreshing old or broken cabinets. If part of the cabinet set is damaged, craftsman will fix it or replace it. Then the process for which refacing gets its name begins. Drawer fronts and doors are replaced. All surfaces are recovered to give the existing cabinetry a fresh clean look. It’s like a face lift for your kitchen!

Remodeling differs from refacing in that with a remodel, existing cabinets are usually removed in favor of a different layout. Remodels will generally feature a large change in the room dynamic. A wall may be removed or built in place or an appliance might be relocated to better facilitate the natural flow of a room.

With experienced designers on hand Goodwin Mill & Cabinet can help you with your design if you need to remodel. We can help you make decisions to fit your budget and achieve the desired result. We can also help you spruce up that old kitchen for a fraction of the price with a quick and easy refacing job.  

Take advantage of both today and call Goodwin Mill & Cabinet for your meeting to find out which option works best for you.

This is a reface we did in St. George, UT.  We also did some remodeling.  We added a bank of drawers and redesigned the uppers above the stove to accommodate the new appliance the owners wanted to install.
This is a reface we did in St. George, UT.  We also did some remodeling to accommodate a new appliance after the old one was removed.  You can see this in the extra bank of drawers we added to the Left side lowers and how we stripped out the oven light and vent and raised the centered uppers higher to fit the new stove.