Many refinishers quickly estimate a project by counting the number of "openings." The number of openings is a little bit of a misnomer because it is not the open hole in a box, it includes doors, drawer fronts, false fronts (#5 & 6 in the photo below a sink), end panels (looks like a door on the end of a cabinet or back of an island). To get a quick idea of our cost, count your openings and then multiply by $100 and you will get the bottom of our rough estimate; oak is $115
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While this is a base price there are other price modifications such as decorative moldings or crown, islands, corbels, drawers with fronts that do not detach, etc. that increase the price as do specialty finishes like glazing, distressing, or pinstriping. Large pantry doors count as two (e.g. 14 and 16 in the photo, tall doors are priced slightly higher, etc.
If this rough estimate is in your budget, Contact Us for the next steps in your kitchen transformation.