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November 21, 2014

Harwoods such as oak, mahogony and maple have become more scarce over the years.  Consequently, cabinet manufacturers have been turning to lesser woods such as alder, ash & poplar, which are not as sturdy.  If your current cabinets are made of hardwood, it makes sense to keep them, and give them a facelift with one of N-Hance's refinishing processes.  

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"We had replaced our cabinets in 1996, and although we were never happy with the color, the cabinets were of good quality maple. Two of the options we investigated were a total replacement (a lot of money and a big disruption), and a refacing program (replacing our perfectly good doors and drawer fronts with new ones). We opted for your process, which was half the cost of the refacing, and probably one quarter the cost of new. The procedure went smoothly, the employees were professional, and the cost was within budget. It was a pleasure to find a company that offered this service; our kitchen looks like it should have years ago."

Ron and Christine B., Fairlawn

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