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Switchable-Faces & Well-Built Cabinetry Switchable-Faces & Well- Built Cabinetry also know as S. & W. Cabinets. A new innovative cabinet design for your Kitchen and Bathrooms.
S & W CABINETS A new innovative design of cabinetry. patent pending The beginning of Face-Replace
What is Face-Replace? Face-Replace is the newest concept in kitchen cabinet refacing. Face-Replace involves the removal of existing cabinet doors, drawers, hardware and face frames.
Will Face-Replace work on all existing Cabinets? Face-Replace kits will work on existing cabinetry that have been built from most manufacturers. Existing cabinetry must have face frames. This process will not work on existing custom-built cabinetry.
Preparation work Once the existing cabinet parts have been removed, it is a simple time-efficient, hassle-free refacing process that brings life back to your kitchen.
Face-Replace Kits Face-Replace kits are available in nine (9) different cabinet styles. Each kit includes: –New cabinet doors –Drawers –Tracks –Face frames –All fastening hardware for installation
Highlights Old cabinets can be updated in a third of the time of traditional cabinet refacing. The process is free of chemical odors and sanding. In addition, there are no thin veneers that can be easily damaged. All materials are real wood. Dream kitchens have now become affordable.
Highlights Ability to add on new cabinets to complement those being refaced. Existing base cabinets can be converted to a drawer base cabinet with ease.
Property Maintenance Companies Shipped in 5-14 days. Superior strength & easy maintenance fit well with Property management companies. Cost effective high quality cabinetry. Premier Series Plus line of cabinets.
Customer-Friendly Process is hassle-free. Less construction debris. Customers can view a step-by-step instructional video on-line. Remember…