Call us! We’ll want to know how many cabinet doors you have as well as the number of drawer fronts and exposed cabinet sides. Prices vary widely depending on your kitchen’s size, condition, and what serve you are requesting. The most expense would be a reface job in which your changing the stain color of your cabinetry (i.e. new doors and drawer faces and either veneer or completely strip to bare wood your cabinet face frame and side panels and restain). Next is reface & paint, then paint your existing cabinet doors. Refinishing your existing cabinet doors in the same shade of stain is an economical but comprehensive solution. A touch-up (only worn areas refinished on-site) is a fraction of the cost of the other services. This last option is useful if your kitchen only needs a light touch.