Kitchen Options Corporation is one of the largest kitchen refacing companies in the Northeast The Corporate Office is in Oxford, Massachusetts and there is a Rhode Island office in Warwick. In Massachusetts we have kitchen representatives throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Being that Kitchen Options is a refacing company, there are no showrooms. Our showroom is your home.
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It is important to know that any kitchen can be refaced. Kitchen Options have taken the most disastrous looking kitchens and made them into something close to palatial. Moving or installing appliances is the usual. Adding cabinets or tall pantry cabinets is common. Tiling the back wall is a very popular option. Granite, Cambria Quartz and WilsonArt Laminate are your counter options. There is nothing in a kitchen (and bathroom) that we cannot do. No matter what, Kitchen Options has the finish carpenters and other craftsmen to give you a dream kitchen.
Refacing by Kitchen Options is the best refacing process available.
Refacing Explained - The Corporate Office is in Oxford, Massachusetts and there is a Rhode Island office in Warwick. In Massachusetts we have kitchen representatives throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Kitchen Options is a refacing company.

It is important to know that any kitchen can be refaced. Kitchen Options have taken the most disastrous looking kitchens and made them into something close to palatial. Moving or installing appliances is the usual. Adding cabinets or tall pantry cabinets is common. Tiling the back wall is a very popular option. Granite, Quartz, Recycled Glass and WilsonArt Laminate are your counter options. There is nothing in a kitchen (and bathroom) that we cannot do. No matter what, Kitchen Options has the finish carpenters and other craftsmen to give you a dream kitchen.

The Refacing Steps - The Corporate Office is in Oxford, Massachusetts and there is a Rhode Island office in Warwick. In Massachusetts we have kitchen representatives throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Kitchen Options is a refacing company.
Soon after you purchase your new kitchen, our Measure Technician (MT) must come to your home to do an architect’s drawing of your kitchen. It is with this drawing that your custom made kitchen is built. Your installation begins with us removing and discarding all of the old doors, hinges, drawers and drawer glides. Next, all of the cabinet surfaces (frames) are prepared for refacing. The MT decides on whether the frames are sanded or face framed. (If your cabinets have heavy paint or have a foil surface, then the MT will instruct the installer to face frame your cabinets.)

The old counter is now removed. It is now that new cabinets, if ordered, are built and installed. New appliances, if purchased and waiting, are now connected. If a plumber or electrician is needed, the cost of either or both was included in your contract price (one stop shopping). It is now time for all surfaces to be refaced. The counter is installed. along with your new sink and faucet. All of the new doors are installed using "soft-close" European hidden hinges. All of the drawers are replaced with 5/8" solid hardrock maple, dovetail corner joint drawers fitted with heavy duty full-extension "soft-close" glides that you will be able to open with a single finger. Amerock knobs/pulls that you have chosen are the finishing touch. Daily cleanup and trash removal is the norm. The final cleanup is complete. You now have a new kitchen.

We start all kitchens on Monday and the install usually takes 3 to 5 days. Very large kitchens may run 6 days, but in our long history we have only gone beyond 6 days twice. Our average install takes 4 days.

What is The Cost To Have A Kitched Refaced? - The Corporate Office is in Oxford, Massachusetts and there is a Rhode Island office in Warwick. In Massachusetts we have kitchen representatives throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Kitchen Options is a refacing company.
The cost to reface a kitchen can only be determined by measuring the existing cabinets. Then we must determine what the customer wants for a countertop (laminate/quartz/granite/recycled glass), sink, faucet, additional cabinets (if wanted) and if there are to be any appliances either added or replaced. There are also different price marks for the door styles and colors. There are 1-piece doors that are the least expensive; there are 5-piece doors that cost about 12% more than a 1-piece and if the customer wants wood refacing the styles are all different prices. Painted doors cost cost more than unpainted or stained. Doors with glazing could cost several hundred dollars more.


We know that people who go to our website will probably stop at other websites that do kitchen refacing. We ask that you print this page out or call the office and ask for a "Comparison Sheet." The following should be used as a guide to compare all refacing companies to Kitchen Options. Quality of product and quality of the craftsmen that do the work in your home should be two of the factors you use to choose a kitchen company. The other factor is also very important - and that is "comparing apples to apples."

There are franchises and smaller companies that have an inferior product. Here is what you should look for and why.

The doors have a seam that runs from each corner at a 45º angle to the edge of the center panel. (They are about 1 1/2" to 2" long.) These seams, especially if near a heat source (stove - microwave - heat register) will spread and curl.

There are companies that don't do the "unders." This is the area underneath the wall cabinets. The area, that if you have or want under cabinet lights, this is where they would go. If the unders are not totally filled in and finished to look like the rest of the cabinet, then heat from a counter oven, toaster and the stove will gather under this area. That heat has been gathering for years, but with wooden unders it was of no consequence. Now, if the face of the wall cabinets are refaced then the heat will eventually ruin the bond and the refacing will peel. The under MUST be finished. (We always use the example of a home builder telling you that you don't need gutters. But the fact is that gutters are probably the most important items to have on your house. They prevent houses from settling, fascia boards rot and most importantly - foundation walls from cracking.)

Watch out for companies that try to save money by selling you an inferior drawer. Drawers that are nailed together are terrible. You probably have been dealing with these old doors for years.

Also watch out for refacing companies that have as an "option" full-extension "soft-close" glides. Soft-close full extension should be the norm when a kitchen is new.

When you call the office during normal business hours, does an answering machine answer? Answering machines can't take care of immediate problems. The company you hire should have a full time staff that works Monday - Friday 9 to 5.

Judge the product and the company by the presentation and knowledge of the company representative. They should know the answers to almost all of your questions. If they don't know the answer and need to make a cell phone call, be very cautious if they need to go outside to retrieve the answer. A good company representative should say, "I don't know. Let me find out." And they make the call in front of you.

These are just some of the "hot buttons" that should make you question whom you hire. Feel free to call our office and we will send you out a complete "Check List."


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Refacing by Kitchen Options is the best refacing process available.
It is important to know that any kitchen can be refaced. Kitchen Options have taken the most disastrous looking kitchens and made them into something close to palatial. Moving or installing appliances is the usual. Adding cabinets or tall pantry cabinets is common. Tiling the back wall is a very popular option. Granite, Cambria Quartz and WilsonArt Laminate are your counter options. There is nothing in a kitchen (and bathroom) that we cannot do. No matter what, Kitchen Options has the finish carpenters and other craftsmen to give you a dream kitchen.

 

Refacing Sales Representatives: Cape Cod/S.E. Mass/Rhode Island: Jack and Gert Moorey   Connecticut/Western Mass: Ray Lentine
Eastern Mass/Southern NH: Jody Junger, Jr.   New Kitchens & Bathrooms Designer: Mike Frissora   Full Time Finish Carpenters: Rob Andrade,
Gary Shorey, Larry Perrault, Jamie Plautz, Keith Lamothe   Staff Architectural Artist: Dave Ehle   Contractor Supervisor Licensee: Bryan Remick
Show Reps: Holly Lawson-Kirouac, Sharon Bangs, Gary Treadwell   Warehouse Supervisor: Rob Grazulis
Office Administrators: Maureen Lentine and Elizabeth Villanueva

MA License # 156080   CT License # HIC.0627622   RI License # 33597   EPA Certification #NAT-76492-1


It is important to know that any kitchen can be refaced. Kitchen Options have taken the most disastrous looking kitchens and made them into something close to palatial. Moving or installing appliances is the usual. Adding cabinets or tall pantry cabinets is common. Tiling the back wall is a very popular option. Granite, Cambria Quartz and WilsonArt Laminate are your counter options. There is nothing in a kitchen (and bathroom) that we cannot do. No matter what, Kitchen Options has the finish carpenters and other craftsmen to give you a dream kitchen.
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