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Do you need a cabinet painting company in Austin, TX? We can make your kitchen cabinets or bathroom cabinets look like new again. Renovations can be a hassle, but cabinet painting is simple, affordable and boosts your home's appearance quickly without the cost of a full renovation.

We proudly serve the Greater Austin area:

  • Round Rock
  • Pflugerville
  • Cedar Park
  • San Marcos
  • Buda
  • And more!

Cabinet Painting Austin

Whether you are looking to update the look of your kitchen or bath or you are looking for a cost effective way to increase the value of your home, cabinet painting is one of the best routes you can take.

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Sure we’re committed to providing expert cabinet painting service, but everyone says that. What we mean is that we will treat your home and cabinets like they are our own. You will be impressed with the level of care and professionalism in every step of our cabinet painting process.

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Imagine the feeling of walking into a kitchen that looks and feels brand new. We offer high quality cabinet painting services that allow you to experience the feel of a new room without the cost of a remodel. Give us a call and we will walk you through our process. We will discuss paint types, color options and we will help you come up with a solution and style that works best for you.


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Who will your painters be?

We only hire expert craftsman and who are thoroughly screened. In order to become a painter for Sebastian Painting a craftsman must go through extensive training to be professional, energetic, and courteous.

Sebastian Painting Company is becoming the standard for what a painting company in Tucson should be, and you'll see the difference from the time we give you a painting estimate to when you view the final results of our work.

We get the job done right, and you'll know you've made the right choice after working with us. Thanks for stopping by.

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Cabinet Painting FAQ

How long will it take for my cabinets to be painted?

A small to medium kitchen typically takes around three days. Larger jobs will take anywhere from three to five days. If you have other dark wood work in your home – bathroom vanities, doors, casings, base, etc. These can be painted at the same time as your cabinets, giving the whole house a new look.

How long will the paint last on my cabinets?

The durability of painted cabinets is important since what we're really talking about is an investment in your home's value. When you follow a process like the one we follow, the paint job should last for many years. Of course, this will depend on the amount of wear and tear that goes through the kitchen. Just as the painted wood work and doors in your home need periodic painting, so the kitchen cabinets will also need maintenance. An advantage to painted cabinets is that any nicks or worn areas can easily be touched-up which extends the life of the paint job.

How much does kitchen cabinet painting cost?

Most of the cost for your cabinet painting project will depend on how many doors and drawers require painting. Obviously the more doors and frames need painting the more work is required. Another factor that drives cost is how simple or difficult it will be to replace the hardward of your cabinets and drawers. If the existing holes for the connecting screws are in good shape and it does not take long to replace the materials then the time is less. All that being said, kitchen cabinet painting costs are typically at least half the cost of new cabinet installation packages.

Do I have to empty everything out of the cabinets?

If you want to have the inside painted, yes, they would have to be emptied. Otherwise, you can leave everything inside and the interior of the cabinets can be sealed off with plastic, or the cabinet bases can be painted by hand, with the doors painted separately.

What kind of paint should be used to paint cabinets?

The best type of paint to use are oil and acrylic primers and enamels. We always choose quality products for the projects we work on because we know they will last and give you the final look you're going for. In some cases, solid-colored lacquers may be used, especially if the cabinets are brand new.

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Cabinet Refacing vs. Cabinet Painting

Kitchen remodeling almost always includes painting kitchen cabinets. During your project you typically have have two major decisions for updating kitchen cabinets without installing new ones: refacing or replacing. Both options have the potential for significantly improving the appearance and value of the kitchen, but many of the similarities end there.

Kitchen cabinet refacing typically involves covering the exterior surfaces of your cabinets with new veneers, moldings and hardware. In reality what you're doing is changing the appearance of the cabinets by altering the physical shape and textile feel of them. If your existing cabinets are solid wood, repainting or refinishing them with a new color of paint or stain can also update their appearance. Some cabinets take well to a deeper stain, whereas others may need nothing more than a fresh coat of paint. Cleaning and refinishing cabinets takes time, but is far less expensive than replacing the cabinets.

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So how do you know which you should reface or replace your cabinets? Consider these factors:

What kind of shape are the cabinets in? Is the structure of the existing cabinets solid? If there are doubts about the overall condition of your cabinetry, an experienced contractor can help you determine whether you need more than the cosmetic a refacing would provide.

Functionality of the cabinet layouts. Are you happy with how the doors open, and the ease of access you typically have with their contents? If you do not see any issues with your existing layout and would like to maintain the integrity of the design of your kitchen, refacing your cabinets may be the best choice. On the other hand, if you'd prefer more storage, additional counter space or more flexible functions, new cabinets may be worth the extra investment in the long run.

Appearance of the current cabinets. If you're replacing the appliances as a part of your update or installing new countertops, it may be a good idea to consider cabinet replacement vs painting. If you have already committed to a significant investment in updating other parts of your kitchen, you may want to consult a highly rated kitchen remodeling company to determine if you would be better off with a complete renovation. Of course, it's always possible that the budget you're working under may not account for the additional investment, but if that's not the case it's certainly a consideration.

And speaking of money: cost is always the main driving factor of a kitchen update project. If funds and time aren’t significant factors in your kitchen remodel, you may want to consider the additional options offered with replacements. The variety of new cabinetry is wide-ranging, with many selections available in both stock and custom offerings. However, if budget is a concern, refacing or refinishing your cabinets can save time and money during your remodel.