Can you change kitchen cabinets but keep countertop?
Hereof, can you reface kitchen cabinets without removing countertops?
If you put in nice granite or quartz countertops 4 or 5 years ago but did not update the cabinets then cabinet refacing is a good option. We can reface your kitchen without removing the existing countertops or appliances. Refacing is a great option when you're not changing the layout of the room.
Also Know, should you replace countertops before painting cabinets? Answer: We can do it either way. In an ideal world, the whole thing would be done at once. The old countertops would be removed (and the old backsplash), then either the cabinets painted or the counters and backsplash replaced, whichever happened to be scheduled first.
One may also ask, can you replace cabinets and reuse granite?
To reuse the granite, the new cabinets must be in the same position and footprint as the old cabinets. No changes can be made, or else the granite will not fit. Plywood is installed onto the cabinets for thinner stones. Workers apply silicone adhesives on top of the plywood and then lower the granite into place.
Can you replace countertops without damaging backsplash?
You physically have to remove the current countertops without breaking the tile backsplash. Most people don't additional tile left by the previous owner or the person who did the original tile work. Therefore, something breaks in the wrong spot, you're pretty much screwed and you have to replace the whole thing.