Your kitchen may not be as fresh as the first time you’ve seen it, and you might be missing a certain ambiance in the room that’s now gone because of the time you spent working in it. Renovating the kitchen also includes touching the cabinets, and it can be expensive to replace them outright.
Kitchen cabinet refacing lets you renovate your old kitchen cabinets without having to replace them, and it is much cheaper than having to buy new ones. You can choose to reface your cabinet yourself, or you can hire a professional contractor who’ll likely ask you if you’ve already selected a wood material for the project.
Choosing which wood to use can be hard as there is an assortment of wood to choose from and even the most popular ones have different pros and cons. Some of the choice materials are red oak, white oak, pine, cherry, maple, walnut, alder, and hickory.
Kitchen Cabinet Refacing’s infographic provides details on the pros and cons of each of the popular wood choices.