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Indicators It Is Time To Update Your Kitchen

800px-Modular_KitchenSometimes it isn’t enough to resurface or repaint your kitchen cabinets and you just have to replace them. Below are some signs that your kitchen may need to updated:

1. Your cabinets are beginning to fall apart or aren’t well built to begin with.

2. You have metal cabinets that are beginning to rust.

3. Or you have larger structural issues, like floors that have settled and left your cabinets out of alignment.

When looking to replace cabinets it is important to focus not just on the style and look of a cabinet but also on the quality of materials, the type of hinges and other hardware, and the joinery that holds the cabinets together.


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Those factors determine whether your cabinets will hold out for the long haul or soon force you to start shopping again.

“If cabinets are the original ones or if cabinets are 20 to 30 years old we recommend that they be replaced. Many times we will see that the tile countertops have been worn or cracked, that is a good indicator that both the tile and cabinets need replacing,” Steven Lenenberg of Canyon Kitchen and Bath said.

Serving Santa Clarita since 1988 Canyon Kitchen and Bath carries all of the mentioned products and is SCV’s one stop shop for all bathroom and kitchen remodels.

For more information on Canyon Kitchen and Bath visit www.canyonkitchenandbath.net or call (661) 513-0334.

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Indicators It Is Time To Update Your Kitchen

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