Resurfacing (Factory Finish)

KB Cabinet Resurfacing uses a special cabinet painting process to give that oak, maple, or wood kitchen and bath cabinet a fresh new look without the cost of replacing. You don’t need to go through the expense of replacing your kitchen or bath cabinets if you’re happy with the current layout. We use water based coatings, which dries as hard as factory oven baked enamel. The final surface is smooth, easy to clean up; coatings will NOT crack, peel, or fade. We guarantee it!


New cabinet doors

Once you’ve made the decision to replace your kitchen/ bathroom cabinet doors, we will replace your doors and drawer fronts with new ones in your choice of style that are color-matched with the existing ones, or make new cabinet doors in a different style and color. We replace your hinges and offer a wide variety of new pulls and knobs to complete the new look.

This is the best way to give the look and feel of a complete kitchen/ bathroom renovation, without the cost and stress associated with a renovation in a matter of days.



By adding visual interest and distinctive architectural detail to a room, moulding gives a special flair and a stamp of personality. It can be used to cover the space between the cabinets and the ceiling, installed atop or below a cabinet, or inserted into the cabinet front. At KB, we will produce samples around your specification that accurately match the design you had in mind. All the products are hand-carved for a meticulous finish that works beautifully with the wood’s grain. Moulding arrives unfinished so that you may paint or stain them to match your design.


Glazing/ distress

Glazing/ distressing can be the most cost-effective way of creating a charming, rustic, yet sophisticated look for your home. Both techniques work well with a variety of kitchen and bathroom appliance finishes. Distressing brings cozy, authentic or a timeworn feel while glazing provides a high grade shine as well as strong protection against moisture, scratches, and even some dents.