what not to expect

What NOT to expect

Although we do everything we can to make kitchen cabinets look as new as possible...

please don't expect us to clean things like this for you. Most kitchen cabinet doors and drawers have normal grease and grime which we always remove during the sanding process in our shop. But something like this would be pushing it...

We don not clean or paint over dirty cupboards
You do not need to paint shelves like this. Clean using Spray Nine!

NOTE: unless specifically listed in our contract, here is a list of things we don't normally do.

  • clean excessive grease above cabinets
  • paint past crown moldings not visible from the floor
  • clean excessive grease underneath cabinets that aren't wood
  • paint areas that aren't wood or paint-able.
  • paint melamine inside cupboards
  • remove anything electrical
  • drill holes
  • fix broken hinges
  • fix broken drawer rails
  • alter or do any modifications
  • pull appliances out that could damage flooring

We do not paint above dirty cupboards
It's unnecessary to paint area's above top cupboards

What to Expect

What your kitchen will look like while the doors and drawers are being prepped and spray painted in our shop.

Cabinet shells remain so you can still use your kitchen. Very little needs to be removed from inside the cupboards, however, you may need to remove items in the drawer for us to be able to unscrew the "drawer fronts". You can continue to use your kitchen while we are gone, which usually takes about 7 days to finish spray paint the door and drawer fronts and backs.

Once we have finished the spray finishing in our shop, we return back to your home to paint the remaining details (crowns, face frames, microwave box, kick plates etc) which usually requires another 2 to 3 days for paint and caulking to cure. Once completed we reassemble everything and you have a bright clean new looking kitchen again! 

10 days (average) start to finish

cabinet boxes ready for painting

Beautiful Kitchen Cabinet Painting

Cabinet painting before after - PAINTING Guys