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Kitchen renovations can quickly get out of hand. Once you add up the costs for everything you might want to do, you may get a little sticker shock. That is one of the reasons why so many people opt for repainting or refinishing their kitchen cabinets instead of replacing them when they are renovating their kitchens.

Saving money is a great thing, but it is not the only thing. Here are some other reasons why repainting your cabinets is a smart choice for kitchen renovations.

Save Time

Refinishing your cabinets is much faster than getting new cabinets. At the start of a renovation project, that may not seem like a big deal. However, since kitchen renovations make a central area of your home unusable for a long period of time, you will want to save time when you can. Professionally repainting your cabinets takes about four days, depending on the size of your kitchen. Add on an additional day to have countertops installed, and you are looking at a much shorter turnaround time period than for new cabinets.

Environmentally Friendly

Sending perfectly good cabinets to the dump is bad for the environment. Sure, you may be able to upcycle them, but that is not always guaranteed. Reusing your cabinets lets you feel good about your renovations.

Stay On Trend

If you have a classic cabinet shape, you do not want to trade it for new cabinets. You might want something that is trendy. However, trends come and go. It is much easier to change the color of your cabinets when the next trend hits than it is to completely replace those cabinets. With new paint, your options can look like new, reflect current trends, and still not break the bank.

More Options

Unless you want to pay crazy money for custom cabinetry, your options are limited when you buy new cabinets. However, you can get virtually any color you want when you are repainting your kitchen cabinets. Stick with traditional neutrals or go for bold, dramatic colors. Whatever look you want, NuLook Cabinet Refinishing LLC can help you achieve it.

Maximize Your ROI

Kitchen renovations do not always offer a great return on investment. However, when you employ smart money-saving strategies like repainting your existing cabinets, you can get a modern looking kitchen without spending tens of thousands of dollars. That means you are likely to maximize your ROI when you do sell your home.

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