Best Cabinet Staining Services in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
One of the best things about wooden cabinets is that when they start to deteriorate, there is no need for you to sell it to make way for purchasing a new one. If you have a wooden cabinet and you’re looking to restore it, what you can do is to get a cabinet staining service for you to improve and enhance its overall feature whilst developing its durability at the same time.
When it comes to cabinet staining, there’s no other company as good and as brilliant as us here at Palm Beach Home and Remodeling Contractors. We are the company that has been considered by many residents, even companies and businesses as the best and the most reliable because of the high-quality outputs we provide at such a reasonable and affordable price.
How We Do Our Cabinet Staining
The process of how we perform cabinet staining might be far and different from how other companies do it. However, we’re sure that ours is a lot more efficient and effective – and this is because of the fact that we carefully study the material we are going to work on first.
Studying it allows us and our experts to know what the best process to go with is – as well as to determine how we would be staining the material. When all of that is in place, we perform our cabinet staining using the following procedures.
Cleaning the Wood
Before anything else, the first step would be to properly cleanse the wood. We do it by washing it with pressurized water to get rid of the embedded dirt and dust. Then, we would proceed to remove the parts and accessories such as doors, screws, hinges, and the like.
We would let it dry and once it’s completely dried, we would immediately get to the next step which is:
Sanding and Conditioning the Wood
When the cabinet is raw wood (without the clothes, accessories, plastics, etc.), it needs to be conditioned and sanded. This is to remove the imperfections and the scratches that the wood has. Even if it’s brand new, it wouldn’t be perfect.
Chances are, it has sat in the factory for too long. So, we sand it lightly (using about 80 to 120 grit paper), then sand it thoroughly and vigorously (using 180 to 200).
Applying the Stain
Once everything is clean (including doors), we would then apply the stain to the cabinet as well as the doors and other wooden parts of it too. The stain that we use has proven its durability and its style in many different projects.
You can trust us the same way our previous clients have – and you would never feel the need to look for another company that can help you with cabinet staining ever again. Call us here at Palm Beach Home and Remodeling Contractors and get the quote that you need for your cabinet staining.
Get urgent and immediate help without paying for a fortune when you work with us!