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CHARLOTTE, NC, December 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Everyone is looking for a new start when the new year comes. For some, that means a new diet or a new outlook on life, but for the cabinet makers at Carolina Cabinet Refacing, the new year brings a bevy of kitchen remodels from families who want a new look for their homes.
Complete kitchen remodeling in Charlotte, N.C., can be a major investment in time and money. Fortunately, you can achieve almost the same look of a complete remodel by having your cabinets refaced by Carolina Cabinet Refacing's expert team. Refacing your cabinets allows you to fully overhaul the look of your existing cabinetry without having to sink time and money into a full cabinet remodel.
When you have your cabinets refaced, the Charlotte cabinet carpenters will remove your existing cabinet doors and drawer fronts and replace them with new ones of your choosing. Carolina Cabinet Refacing gives its customers a selection of cabinet doors made from the finest quality, Amish-select hardwoods and the unsurpassed beauty of Amish craftsmanship.
Carolina Cabinet Refacing's commitment to superior quality doesn't end there. The company has become North Carolina's most trusted name in cabinet refacing products and services because it employs master carpenters and expert finish carpenters to ensure that your cabinet refacing project is done right the first time.
"We back all our installations with 10-year workmanship warranties and have a customer care team dedicated to ensuring your satisfaction so you can start the year off right," says John Marino, President & Owner of Carolina Cabinet Refacing.
Learn more about remodeling your kitchen for the new year at http://www.ilovemycabinets.com.
About Carolina Cabinet Refacing:
Carolina Cabinet Refacing has earned an outstanding reputation for their top-notch customer care. Their commitment to customer satisfaction and quality of their products has enabled them to grow steadily to become the most trusted and respected name in cabinet refacing.
To learn more, head to http://www.ilovemycabinets.com.
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