Fixing Chips in Laminate Cabinets - On the House

Fixing Chips in Laminate Cabinets

By on March 4, 2014
laminate kitchen cabinets

Question

I have laminate cabinets in my office that are chipping. Can I fix the chips without replacing the whole cabinet?

Annemarie, Fort Worth TX

Answer

You won’t have to replace the cabinets, but you will probably need to reface the damaged surfaces. Refacing is usually half the price of replacement and properly done will make your cabinets look brand new again. If just the doors are damaged then that’s even better. Simply go to a cabinet shop in your community and order as many new ones as you need. You can order exact size and color and the cost will be one-tenth of refacing.

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