You like the pictures and the concept of giving your kitchen a new life, but what you really want to know is what’s it going to cost. We get it, we’re the same way. Let’s get you a ballpark quote!
To generate an instant ballpark cost estimate, we only need a about 1 minute of your time. Go to your kitchen and count all the cabinet doors and drawer fronts (even the faux ones, like the one under the sink). Don’t forget to include any end-panels that we’ll remove and paint as well. There’s an example below the form if you’re unsure what to count.
If you’re doing something besides a kitchen, this form won’t be accurate – you can use the regular cabinet quote form for bathrooms and built-ins.
How to count up the doors and drawers for your estimate
Counting up most of the doors and drawer fronts is easy enough, but there are a few that sometimes get missed. In the photo above, 11, 22 and 23 are fixed end panels that are there to finish off the end of the cabinets. We can almost always remove those and spray them with the rest of the doors, so add those to your count.
The wine rack (24) can probably be removed and sprayed, but we’ll make sure when we come by for the in-person visit before booking your job.
The faux panel under the sink (18) is a standard drawer front, so don’t forget that one. Finally the lazy-susan door (17) can come off and is a single 90° door.
Although it doesn’t matter for this ballpark quote, doors that have glass (2,3,4,5) will be quoted at a slightly higher rate due to the extra labor involved.