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Distinctive Designs for Every Taste

We deliver peerless design and craftsmanship with every cabinet we build. With over 45 cabinet door styles in stock in multiple finishes, our designs can complement any kitchen. Whether you want classic, elegant, rustic, modern or something in between, we have the cabinet for you.

Our Cabinets 4 Less showroom selection is unmatched in the Phoenix area. Let us show you around. No matter your preferences we can help you select the most appropriate door style to suit your décor.

A Wide Array of Choices

Each cabinet style is unique but there are certain general categories you can consider when choosing the right door for your kitchen.

Raised Panel Doors

This style features center panels that are raised, beveled or contoured. The Classic Walnut (h), Ivory White (h), and Avalon (ja) styles are good examples. These are most often found in traditional or transitional kitchen designs.

Flat Panel Doors

These are at home in almost any kitchen. The center panel is flat, which gives a sleeker profile and allows these designs to fit anything from traditional through contemporary designs. Oxford Ice, Cambridge Grey and Weathered Elm are representative of this style.

Shaker Style Doors

This rustic design evokes the shaker style of furniture and feature clean lines and simple yet solid construction. The Soda (ja), Modern Slate (h) and White Shaker styles fall into this category. While traditional in their heritage they are most often found in transitional and contemporary kitchen designs.

Slab Doors

Not pictured to the right but available, this style door features no raised details or multi-panel construction. Instead the door is a single, flat slab of wood or MDF. This is the sleekest profile available and is almost always found in contemporary kitchens.

The Cost of Replacing Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Cabinet door replacement costs will vary based on whether the homeowner upgrades the existing ones or installs new ones in their kitchen. It also depends on what style, size, and material are used for the cabinet door. It will also be different based on whether the homeowner installs the new doors themselves or hires a company.

Kitchen cabinet doors are an essential aspect of the whole kitchen design; without them, the design would be incomplete. The cabinet doors are often made of wood, but nowadays, they are also manufactured out of glass and various other materials. While choosing kitchen cabinet doors, you need to pay attention to the following factors:

The cabinet door’s height – the taller the cabinet door, the more expensive it is to purchase. The cabinet door’s size should correspond with the height of the kitchen counter. You would therefore do well to buy a countertop that matches the height of the cabinet door. Also, keep in mind that your cabinet doors’ size may vary depending on how you install them.

The width of the cabinet – would you prefer a narrow cabinet or a wider one? Would you like wall-mounted cabinets, or would you prefer doors that sit on the floor? The shape and layout of your kitchen cabinetry also matter, as do the materials you would like to use for the cabinets. 

Choosing kitchen doors can thus become a matter of cost versus functionality. The best thing to do is consult with an expert like Cabinets 4 Less Scottsdale – you don’t want to replace cabinets with something that doesn’t match the existing style.

Best Cabinet Door Provider in the Valley of Arizona!

Cabinets 4 Less is your go-to-to company for any cabinet door installation, repair, and replacement needs. We have a wide selection of styles, colors, and materials to suit your desire. We’ve been in the business long enough to know what kind of cabinets will work best with your particular home style, and we can help you make those decisions when it comes time to remodel.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You can replace the cabinet doors by removing the hinges, handle, and knobs on the old ones. With the right tools, it’s possible to replace just the door without replacing the entire cabinet.

Kitchen cabinet doors are generally constructed of either natural wood, composite, or plastic. Kitchen cabinets made from natural wood can be painted or stained a color of your choosing and can also be embellished with stencils to add an accenting touch. Composite kitchen cabinets are composed of an engineered material that replicates the look and feel of traditional cabinet doors. Yet, these materials contain a lighter foam core than wood cabinet construction and do not warp like traditional wood. Plastic kitchen cabinets are typically available only in white but offer durable hinges for longevity when constantly opening and closing the door crevices to access different food pantry shelves inside.

If your doors are in terrible condition and you just want them looking nice and new again with no effort on your part, you can use distilled white vinegar mix with rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle to clean them. Spray the mixture onto a clean rag and wipe each door until all residue is gone. Allow cabinet doors to dry before using or putting items back inside so they don’t stick or leave streaks of grime when you open them and expose that area of the cupboards for too long at one time.

There are many different ways to replace kitchen cabinets. You can apply a lovely new finish or paint. You can change the style and color and build an entirely new set of cabinets with matching design elements, including shelves and drawers of your choice. One way that is particularly popular these days is to install all new cabinetry in an adjoining room, such as the living room-kitchen combo or open floor plan when no other wall space will do.

Laminate cabinets may be identified by their lighter weight and poor resistance to wear. For instance, they will scratch much more easily and usually need very frequent sanding or polishing. Another way to identify them is by observation, as laminate has a more glossy appearance than wood. Another way to tell would be the price tag. Wood cabinets are generally more expensive since they’re considered “higher quality.” Of course, several other factors contribute to this, such as what type of wood is used in construction (walnut being the most cherished).

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