You and your kitchen deserve only the best, Davidson homeowner.
What does that mean in practice? It means that if you look around your kitchen and you think that it falls short of all that you want it to be—and know that it could be—you should do something about it.
And no, that doesn’t mean that you should move to a new house. Nor does it mean that you should tear out the whole kitchen and start from scratch.
Sure, you could do either of those things. But why go through the pain and expense of those ordeals when there is a much better solution?
That solution? Refacing, of course!
It’s the cost-effective way to transform your drab, outdated kitchen into the modern kitchen of your dreams. And American Wood Reface can make it happen for you!
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The town of Davidson has a proud legacy.
Located on Lake Norman, the largest man-made body of freshwater in North Carolina, Davidson is ultimately named for Brigadier General William Lee Davidson. General Davidson was a hero of the Revolutionary War who was killed in 1781 at the Battle of Cowan’s Ford.
Davidson the town owes its name to Davidson College, which was named for General Davidson. The college was established in 1837 on land purchased from William Lee Davidson II, the son of General Davidson.
Notably, the town grew up around the college and was itself known as “Davidson College” until 1891, when the name was shortened as the town expanded and developed its own (complementary) industries and identity.
Being Proud of Your Kitchen
With a legacy like that, Davidson homeowners should take pride in their town, their homes, and, yes, even their kitchens.
If your kitchen makes you feel any other way, it’s time for an upgrade. And refacing is the answer.
The expert carpenters at American Wood Reface will have you beaming with pride once again by transforming your old, dark, cramped kitchen into one that you’ll be anxious to show to all your guests.
We will reface all of your cabinet boxes and then remove all of your old cabinet doors, replacing them with new ones made of solid wood. These new doors will be built just for you, according to your exact design specifications.
Have a look at our online My Kitchen Palette tool to view the hundreds of possible wood grain, finish, and design possibilities.
And you won’t feel overwhelmed at any point in the process thanks to our dedicated kitchen specialists. Your specialist will walk you through ever single step of your refacing project, making sure that you get the most out of it.
Contact American Wood Reface for a free virtual or in-home consultation today. You owe it to yourself and your kitchen!
Cabinet Refacing Testimonials from Davidson North Carolina Customers
“I can't imagine how this could have gone more smoothly, and we LOVE the results!!! Roger was our carpenter and he did a masterful job. The sink and countertop look as beautiful as we could have hoped. Tear out and redo was completed in 10 working days at a price... Read More
“My kitchen is more beautiful than I could ever have imagined. Exceptional quality and craftsmanship by Patrick and Terry. This is a company that takes pride in its work. I highly recommend.”
“I would highly recommend American Wood Reface if you are considering refacing your cabinets. They did an outstanding job of my kitchen remodel from the beginning phases through to the very end. Helpful assistance was provided with color and wood selection from their vast amount of inventory selections. The installer... Read More
“This work was in a class by itself! The meticulous attention to detail has given me a kitchen far more beautiful than I even expected. This company not only lived up to their promises, but exceeded them. They began and finished precisely on time. Renewed my faith in exceptional tradespeople.”
“American Wood Reface is an A+++++ company! Every person I met and talked to was the ultimate professional as they answered all my questions, did impeccable work and cleaned up the work area so we didn’t have any mess at the end of each work day.”