Reface is the easiest and lease expensive approach to updating your kitchen. New doors and drawer fronts replace old ones. Wood veneers are applied to faceframes and exposed sides or backs. Structures and faceframes of your existing cabinets are fully utilized.
Installation is easy enough that, if you're a DIY'er with a few tools in the garage, you can do it yourself. We have How To Guides for every step. Old doors come down easily; in most cases drawer fronts are removed from the drawer boxes by just backing out several screws. Even the hardest part is pretty easy: if you happen to have older three-sided drawer boxes, they might need a little extra work with a Skillsaw.
Of course you can hire someone to help. But the nice things is, it doesn't have to be a full-scale remodeling contractor that takes over your kitchen for several weeks. Anyone that can handle a few basic carpentry tools reasonably well will be more than qualified to install your reface kit
Dimensions: Varies from design to design.