DOYLESTOWN, PA, January 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- According to design experts, the number one, must-have kitchen remodeling trend of 2013 will be refacing kitchen cabinets. Let's Face It Quality Cabinet Refacing is a locally owned and operated company specializing in award-winning, affordable, high quality kitchen cabinet restorations since 1984.
Experts in the design field say refacing will be the top trend this coming year because people are watching how they spend their money. Instead of actually replacing cabinets, which can be an expensive project, refacing is the process of just changing cabinet doors while maintaining the original cabinet structure which makes it a much less expensive option. Refacing is an environmentally friendly process that Let's Face It has pioneered and perfected into the very best method of restoring kitchen cabinetry.
Additional 2013 kitchen remodeling trends include mixing cabinet colors and emphasizing on stylish sinks. Experts say instead of choosing just one color for your kitchen cabinets, a combination of different colors will be trending in the coming year. Stainless steel, deep-bowl sinks will also be a top pick for homeowners looking to change the look of their kitchen.
Let's Face It Cabinet Refacing, of Delaware County, Pa, is considered the most well respected company in the region with 30 years of local, continuous service and thousands of satisfied clients. Customers can save up to 60% off the cost of conventional replacement kitchen remodeling projects by choosing Let's Face it who offers granite countertops, additional cabinetry, flooring, tile splashes and much more. They service the entire Delaware County including, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County and Philadelphia County. With help from an experienced staff designer, Let's Face It will focus on clients' personal interests and stay within set budgets.
Let's Face It, Inc.
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