Cabinets Painting and Refinishing

Cabinets Painting and Refinishing Service by Canseco Painting

Give your kitchen or bathroom cabinets a stunning makeover with Canseco Painting’s specialized cabinet painting and refinishing services. Instead of replacing outdated or worn cabinets, let us breathe new life into them with a fresh coat of paint or stain.

Our skilled craftsmen meticulously prepare and finish your cabinets to achieve a smooth, durable, and professional-looking result. Whether you prefer a modern, classic, or custom finish, we tailor our approach to meet your style preferences and budget, ensuring beautiful and long- lasting results that revitalize your space.

What are the steps in Cabinets Painting and Refinishing and how long does it take?

Cabinets Painting and Refinishing is a 30 step process with us.

  • Assessment and Preparation: Evaluate the condition of the cabinets and identify any repairs needed.
  • Cleaning: Thoroughly clean the cabinets to remove dirt, grease, and grime.
  • Sanding: Sand the surfaces of the cabinets to create a smooth and even texture.
  • Repairing: Fill in any holes, cracks, or imperfections with wood filler or putty.
  • Sanding (again): Sand the repaired areas to ensure they blend seamlessly with the rest of the surface.
  • Masking: Tape off areas not to be painted, such as hinges, handles, and countertops.
  • Priming: Apply a primer to the cabinets to improve paint adhesion and durability.
  • Sanding (again): Lightly sand the primed surfaces to smooth out any rough spots.
  • Base Coat: Apply the first coat of paint to the cabinets, using a brush or sprayer for even coverage.
  • Drying: Allow the base coat to dry completely before proceeding to the next step.
  • Sanding (again): Lightly sand the dried base coat to remove any brush marks or imperfections.
  • Second Coat: Apply a second coat of paint to the cabinets for a more durable finish.
  • Drying: Allow the second coat to dry thoroughly before moving on to the next step.
  • Sanding (again): Sand the dried second coat to ensure a smooth and even surface.
  • Clear Coat (Optional): Apply a clear protective coat to enhance the durability of the paint finish.
  • Drying: Allow the clear coat to dry completely before handling the cabinets.
  • Inspection: Inspect the cabinets for any missed spots or imperfections.
  • Touch-ups: Touch up any areas that require additional paint or attention.
  • Finishing: Apply any desired decorative finishes, such as distressing or antiquing.
  • Drying: Allow the cabinets to dry completely before reassembly or use.
  • Cleaning Up: Clean up any paint spills or drips and remove masking tape.
  • Reassembly: Reattach hinges, handles, and other hardware to the cabinets.
  • Installation: Reinstall the cabinets in their original location or desired space.
  • Final Inspection: Conduct a final inspection to ensure the cabinets meet quality standards.
  • Protection: Apply felt pads or bumpers to protect the cabinets from damage during use.
  • Clean-up: Clean up any debris or dust from the work area.
  • Customer Inspection: Invite the customer to inspect the finished cabinets and address any concerns.
  • Customer Approval: Obtain customer approval of the completed project.
  • Documentation: Document the project details, including materials used and any warranty information.
  • Customer Satisfaction: Ensure customer satisfaction with the Cabinets Painting and Refinishing process.

Why Choose Us for Your Cabinets Painting and Refinishing?

We are seasoned painters who collaborate with renowned architects and interior designers to provide you with the best Cabinets Painting and Refinishing experience. We take pride in our high-quality work, efficient workflow, and on-time delivery. With our expertise, your cabinets will receive a beautiful, professional finish that stands the test of time. Choose us for a seamless and satisfying painting project from start to finish.

FAQs About Cabinets Painting and Refinishing

Cabinets Painting and Refinishing involves updating the appearance of cabinets by applying new paint or refinishing the existing surface to enhance their look and durability.

The frequency of repainting or refinishing cabinets depends on factors such as usage, exposure to moisture, and overall wear and tear. Generally, cabinets may need to be repainted or refinished every 5-10 years.


Painting or refinishing cabinets can provide a cost-effective way to update the look of your kitchen or bathroom without the expense of full replacement. It also allows for customization of color and finish to match your desired aesthetic.


Yes, you will choose from a wide range of colors to paint your cabinets, allowing you to personalize your space according to your preferences and style.

The duration of the painting or refinishing process depends on various factors such as the size of the cabinets, the extent of preparation required, and the drying time of the paint or finish. Generally, it may take a few days to complete the project.


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