If you’re like me, and have a kitchen that could use some sprucing up, the answer to this question might become more clear. Cabinets are one of the most important features in your kitchen because they set the tone for everything else. If you’re not happy with your cabinets and want to give them a fresh new look without having to replace them, then painting is what you need! Painting can be time consuming and difficult if done incorrectly but when done right it will make all the difference in your space – especially when paired with other upgrades such as replacing hardware or updating appliances. I’ve put together this blog post about how much paint costs (including different cabinet styles) along with what type of paint works best on each type of cabinet material
As a home owner it can be hard to decide what projects to tackle and when. One of the best pieces of advice we give our customers is that painting your kitchen cabinets is one task you really don’t want to take on yourself. Not only do you need the right tools, but it’s also difficult for homeowners without experience or training in painting techniques. You could end up wasting time and money with poor quality results if you don’t hire professionals. They know all there is about cabinet painting, and usually offer a written warranty.
Do you want to know how much a professional cabinet painter charges for their services? There are many factors that go into the price of cabinet painting. The best way to find out how much it will cost is to contact your local paint store and ask them for an estimate. They should be able to give you all the information you need, including what they charge, the materials needed, and any additional costs associated with this type of project.
Professional cabinet painters typically charge $80-$110 per linear foot for painting cabinets. This fee includes the cost of materials and labor, but not the cost of appliances or countertops. The average kitchen has about 18 linear feet of cabinetry that will need to be painted. If you have a large kitchen with 36 linear feet worth of cabinets, then expect to pay at least $1500 in paint costs alone!
But, when you compare the total cost to paint cabinets, to the cost of new cabinets, or to the cost of making a mistake when painting yourself, the cost is actually quite practical. Of course, we all put different values on our time.