When Should You Replace Your Old Kitchen Cabinets?
- If the structure of the cabinet seems to be damaged, with rotted frames, soft or moldy wood, or pest-related wear and tear. Your wooden cabinet may be falling apart at the seams, often making it impossible to carry out repairs due to the wood being too worn to handle any drilling for the purposes of mounting hinges.
- Funky smells are a good way to tell that something is not right. Consistently bad odor from your kitchen cabinets that won’t go away no matter what you do means you need to invest in some replacement cabinetry.
- With wooden cabinets, another issue can be the potential for water damage. If the cabinets have dark spots, and seem to be swollen and aren’t closing properly, then it’s very likely that water damage is the problem. This isn’t something you can repair, so replacement is your best bet.
If it looks like it’s about time to replace the cabinetry in your kitchen, then you’re going to have to start looking into new cabinets that fit within the overall design of your kitchen. That’s where I-Maxx Exchange can help—we offer customers a vast range of styles and colors in cabinetry, including Premium solid wood cabinets and euro style kitchen cabinets. You can take your pick of design, and we can guarantee that you will get a product that is superior in quality, functionality, and offers durability and longevity. What’s more, at I-Maxx Exchange, our prices are fairly reasonable, making it quite the affordable and cost-effective investment. Interested in finding out more about the products we offer? Give us a call at (323) 201-9977.