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Cabinet Painting – Frisco, TX

Spruce Up Your Cabinets!

What Do We Paint?

Cabinets prepped for painting

Our cabinet painting services aren’t just limited to the typical spaces that hold your plates and bowls! We’re happy to work in any space and any configuration, no matter how unique or hard-to-reach it may be, including:

  • Kitchen Cabinets
  • Center Island
  • Garage Cabinets
  • Bathroom Cabinets
  • And much more!

Above all else, our goal is to leave clients with high-quality, reliably beautiful home improvements that are going to last.

The Cabinet Painting Process

Prepped cabinets ready for painting

There are a few different types of painting methods available for your cabinets, and Platinum Painting of Frisco wants to help homeowners achieve their desired look at a price that compliments their available budget well. Our top recommendation is spray painting. This approach creates a hard, very smooth paint surface that will make the cabinets look brand-new. We also always go the extra mile to make sure the new finish is perfectly even and consistent, with NO drips or unseemly blemishes of any kind. Multiple coats of paint will be applied so that the results are here to stay for several years to come.

If a lower price is your top priority, that’s no problem. “Brush and roll” paint is also available. Our team will perform this method in the same way that it sounds – by brushing and rolling paint onto the cabinet surfaces. This technique may not be exactly as smooth as spraying, but your cabinets will still look beautifully refreshed and more attractive than ever.

Painting Cabinets or Resurfacing Cabinets?

Cabinet before and after painting

Cabinet painting and cabinet resurfacing both have their own unique benefits, and the final decision should always rest with the homeowner(s) and their personal vision. Here are some reasons why painting your cabinets may be the right choice in certain circumstances:

  • Painting is much greener than resurfacing, and less wasteful as well. Our clients won’t have to worry about lots of materials going directly to the dump or the creation of brand-new hardwoods.
  • In most cases, painting will require a much shorter time commitment on the homeowner’s part, and it’s less disruptive to your day-to-day routine as well because all the existing cabinet parts stay securely in place.
  • On average, cabinet painting is more affordable than resurfacing. If you’re already happy with the overall design and aesthetic appearance of your cabinets (save for their color), this design approach is a great, stress-free investment.

Cabinet Painting FAQs

woman painting cabinets

As experts in home improvement, we understand the impact that your cabinets can have in creating the right tone for your kitchen or bathroom. After all, those are high-traffic spaces! When you choose to work with us at Platinum Painting, you know you’ll end up with results you’ll love, allowing you to get truly excited about your “new” cabinets. Below, you’ll find answers to some common questions about our cabinet painting services. Should you have other questions that we don’t address here, feel free to contact our team! We’ll be happy to talk with you and schedule your free estimate.

Is there a difference between cabinet repainting and refinishing?

Yes. Repainting entails changing the color of the cabinets with coats of paint. Compared to refinishing, this option tends to be more affordable, take less time to complete, and be more environmentally friendly. As a result, repainting is a pretty popular choice for many of our homeowners. On the other hand, refinishing involves re-staining the wood cabinet surfaces or altering their style. If you want to completely change the look of your cabinets, this may be the right choice for you. Having trouble deciding between repainting and refinishing? Our estimators and other experienced team members can provide advice. Plus, we will keep in contact with you throughout the process to make sure that you’re 100 percent satisfied.

Do I need to clear coat over the paint to protect the cabinets?

In the strong majority of cases, we do not recommend putting on a clear coat over paint on the cabinets. The combined chemicals can have an adverse reaction, making the cabinets look yellowy. At Platinum Painting, we have found that using the right techniques, primers, and high-quality products gives cabinets the necessary protection to keep them looking as good as new for the long haul. Our team can help you determine which materials will result in a paint job you’ll love for many years to come.

How long does cabinet repainting take?

In general, repainting cabinets takes about two to three days; however the number and size of the cabinets can affect the exact timeline for the project. Keep in mind that if you want to refinish your cabinets, instead of repaint them, this process takes more time. We also advise that you don’t use the newly improved cabinets for a few days after work is completed. When you receive your free estimate, you should also be able to get a better idea of how long your specific project will take.

What prep do I need to do before you start?

When we come to your house, we would like to get straight to work beautifying your cabinets. That’s why we ask you to do a couple of things beforehand. Please remove everything from the cabinets and store it all in a different area of the house, especially if we are painting the interior of the cabinets as well as the exterior. You may leave objects inside if we are only addressing the outside and door portions of the cabinets, but remember that the repainting process, which includes sanding, can be messy, so you’ll likely have to clean all the dishes once we’ve finished the project—if you decide to leave everything in place while we work. We look forward to refreshing the look of your cabinets!