Kitchen Cabinet Refacing Monroeville


When it comes to kitchen cabinet refacing, Monroeville, Irwin, and Westmoreland County homeowners can look to Tri County Kitchens for the best quality and value. More than just a touch-up, quality cabinet refacing can add decades to the longevity of your existing kitchen.

What is Kitchen Cabinet Refacing?

Refacing is perhaps one of the most misunderstood options in kitchen remodeling. It is the process of resurfacing your existing cabinetry with wood veneer or laminate. Your existing doors are discarded and replaced, allowing us to re-style your kitchen and give it a second life. Most of the exciting new options and accessories in new kitchen cabinetry are also available in refacing as well. Additional matching cabinets can be added and our customers often add counter tops to complete their new look. We carry a large selection of the latest style doors from three manufacturers to choose from.

In conclusion refacing is a nice cost alternative to remodeling when design changes to your existing layout is not needed. We can help you decide if it would be right for you.

A Cost-Effective Option

We understand that custom kitchens and remodeling aren’t for everyone. Maybe your kitchen just needs a facelift, or you want to improve your home before putting it on the market. We can help you match colors and choose the right materials to transform your kitchen from functional to beautiful. Refacing with laminate or wood veneer provides stunning results with a budget-conscious approach.

A Local Team That Cares

We’ve been delivering stellar kitchen cabinet refacing services to Monroeville and the surrounding areas for 30 years. Many of us have been working together for decades. We understand the unique quirks of Western Pennsylvania kitchens, and our commitment to quality and value means that you can trust us not to leave behind loose ends. We have never had commissioned sales people at our store, preferring to work together as a team. We look at each and every project as if the house were our very own.