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Painting Kitchen Cabinets in Rockville
Painting kitchen cabinets in Rockville
Are you on the fence about either replacing or painting your kitchen cabinets in Rockville?
Well Klappenberger & Son are experts in painting kitchen cabinets in Rockville and beyond. We have a process that not only gives you a factory finish but also comes with a 5-year warranty.
Let’s first talk about our process for painting kitchen cabinets.
Painting Kitchen Cabinets In Rockville Is A Process We Have Mastered
The kitchen cabinets need to be cleaned with a degreaser. They are oily between the natural oils on our hands and the food on our hands that is transferred to kitchen cabinets. Those oils must be removed entirely if the primer is to grab. See the picture on the right.
The cabinets pictured on the right started peeling in a few short months.
The second significant factor to consider is the paint. Some premium-grade paints might seem fine, but they don’t self-level. We have tested most of the leading cabinet-grade paints and know which ones are the most durable.
Using a premium-grade interior satin or semi-gloss paint is not a good option. Why? They just don’t self-level as well as cabinet paint. If you want a factory finish, we need to use paint that has a very smooth finish.
Secondly, many premium-grade paints do not self-level as cabinet paint does. You must follow specific protocols if you want a factory finish on your kitchen cabinet.
Painting Kitchen Cabinets: A Learning Curve
If your kitchen cabinets are wood with a stained finish, chances are excellent that they have a lacquer finish. Choosing the right primer to adhere to is critical. There are many different primers, such as latex, oils, and shellac primers. Shellac is the best choice because it fuses with the lacquer finish. The other primers may stick for a while but can lose their adhesion over time.
One of the benefits of Shellac primer is that it dries in minutes and can be top-coated in 30- 60 minutes.
One of the disadvantages is that it has a powerful odor and good ventilation is necessary.
Painting Kitchen Cabinets & Vanities
Since 1989 Klappenberger & Son has been painting kitchen cabinets. We have painted hundreds, if not 1000’s, of kitchen cabinets in and around Rockville, MD.
We offer a 5-year warranty on kitchen cabinets and vanities. No other painting contractor offers such a generous warranty. Why do we offer a five-year warranty for painting kitchen cabinets in Rockville?
The short answer is experience and product knowledge. For example, we use the proper primers and topcoats.
Our Warranty on Painting Kitchen Cabinets in Rockville
The confidence in our products and process has allowed us to include 5-year warranties on kitchen cabinets against chipping and peeling.
The Klappenberger & Son Cabinet Warranty covers all labor and materials necessary to repair damaged areas to cabinets due to improper paint application or adhesion.
You can be confident that if you choose Klappenberger & Son to paint your kitchen cabinets in Rockville, you are covered under our 5-year warranty.
Cabinet Painting: Pick a Color, Any Color
We can handle any cabinet painting project, including antiquing, color matching, distressing, staining, clear coating, and refinishing. We encourage all our customers to schedule a free in-home consultation. Our team will work closely with you to understand your long-term expectations and budget.
Customer Reviews for Our Painting Franchises
Want to know what it’s like to work with us on your professional interior painting project? Just ask our happy clients!
Adding New Hardware Is the Fun Part
Why Choose Klappenberger & Son for Your Kitchen Cabinet Painting in Rockville?
If you are searching for kitchen cabinet painting in Rockville, I hope you will trust Klappenberger & Son. First, we have tested over nine different cabinet paints to see which one holds up best to oils. Secondly, we have refined the process of painting kitchen cabinets to offer a five-year warranty.
It’s not rocket science to get your kitchen cabinets painted to a factory finish, but it does require a certain amount of knowledge and experience.