C a b i n e t R e f i n i s h i n g S c h e d u l e
In part because of drying times for the stains and finishes, most kitchen projects will take 5-7 days. We work both on and off site and we'll coordinate with you to minimize disruption in your home. When we're on-site, we'll generally be there between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm and we'll keep you posted which days those will be so you can plan your days accordingly.
Our goal is to keep your kitchen as functional as possible during the project except for the 3 days we're prepping, staining and finishing the face-frames and ends. Below I've outlined the schedule we set-out to follow on our refinishing projects so you can see how it may affect your family.
Day 1 On-Site; Remove doors and drawer fronts / Catalog and document pieces / Clean cabinet face-frames and cabinet ends
Off-Site; Begin prep of doors and drawer fronts
Day 2 On-Site; No work on-site
Off-Site; Finish prep of doors and drawer fronts / Stain doors and drawer fronts
Day 3 On-Site; Prep cabinet face-frames and cabinet ends / Begin masking
Off-Site; Apply finish to doors and drawer fronts
Day 4 On-Site; Finish masking / Stain cabinet face-frames and ends
Off-site; No work off-site
Day 5 On-Site; Apply finish to cabinet face-frames and ends
Off-Site; No work off-site
Day 6 On-Site; Remove masking / Install doors and drawer fronts / Final clean-up
A few words about scheduling;
There are quite a few factors that could affect the scheduling of your project. Some are out of our control, like the weather and the size of the project. Others depend on the condition of the cabinets, the repairs required, if anything will be replaced and the finish that's chosen.
While these factors will affect the projects time frame, we are committed to completing your project in the shortest time possible and we'll let you know what factors on your project will affect the schedule.