If you are looking for the highest quality cabinetry finishing job in the McKinney area, you long search is about to come to an end because you’ve found Custom Cabinetry of McKinney.
Your cabinets are exposed to human touch and other kinds to elements each and every day, including grease, dirt, heat, debris, kitchen equipment, and who knows what else? If you work with spray equipment as well, your cabinets could degrade over time.
You see, the purpose to a cabinet finish is not just to make your cabinets look nicer, it’s also to make them more durable and long lasting over the long term. Refinishing your cabinets can also be one of the best things you can do to increase the value of your home without spending a fortune as well.
Please read on to find out each of the finishing options that we currently offer for cabinets here at Custom Cabinetry of McKinney:
A waterborne cabinet finish is very scratch resistant and lower in VOCs, or volatile organic chemicals. This is because the endings are spread in the water, and it’s also free of formaldehyde.
A stained finish is designed to primarily improve the color and aesthetic value of a cabinet. A stain can change the look of a wooden cabinet to make it look like it was made out of a different kind of wood, in certain cases. For example, you could change an existing wood cabinet to look like walnut or pecan just by applying a certain kind of stain. When choosing between our stained finishes, you can compare the different options by using a computer program.
We can also paint your existing cabinets as well. We offer just about any kind of color to choose from, so you can choose between more natural-like colors (in which case a stain might be a better choice though) or a brighter color to help make your cabinets really stand out. For example, in a sun room, you may want to use bright blue or yellow colors over your cabinet. In a theater room with dark red carpeting, walls, and seats, you may opt for a black finish.
A varnish cabinet finis will utilize a polyurethane catalyzed finish. The main purpose of a varnish is not to necessarily improve the look of a cabinet but mainly to greatly increase its durability and longevity. Most cabinets that are sold on the market today will come with a varnish finish already over them for this very reason, but of course, this finish can wear off over time and may need to be replaced. If you are planning on installing new cabinets in your home from us, we highly recommend that you at the very least elect to have a varnish finish placed over it.