Cabinet Painter – Cabinet Painting in Gilbert, Az
These oak kitchen cabinets are located at a home in Gilbert, Arizona. Our customer had been wanting her Cabinets painted ever since they had moved into their home over 5 years ago. They finally had the time and resources to do it, and we were happy they chose us to complete the work.
Painting Oak Kitchen Cabinets can present its own set of challenges and we have made sure that our process has been fine tuned to meet those challenges. First, we caulked their doors. Once thing that can stand out like a sore thumb on any freshly painted cabinets (especially if the cabinets have been painted white) are cracks that haven’t been caulked. The new contrast and the uniform surface makes these cracks stand out like the never did before they were painted. This can leave an undesirable look, so we make sure there aren’t on all box surfaces and the fronts of each door.
The next problem with painting oak kitchen cabinets is the heavy grain. We added a thick extra coat of primer to ensure that the heavy Oak grain was minimized. This costs us more money in product and increases our production time, but the results are night and day different, and our customers appreciate the extra effort.
After the primer is applied we examine each door individually to make sure that no cracks have been missed and any extra heavy grain areas have been minimized before the final coat.
Now the doors are vacuumed and brushed free of dust and they are ready for the finish coat. We have made our product decisions based on durability and the look and feel of the final product. Cost is not a consideration.
The final coat is sprayed, and once dried, the doors are ready for delivery and installation. We check every door before it is installed to make sure it will meet the needs of our customers. Occasionally, we made need to respray a door, in order to make sure we can feel good about our final product.
We think this kitchen cabinet paint job in Gilbert, Arizona turned out great! But don’t take our word for it! Take a look at the before and after photos and decide for yourself!