Minimising Your Impact on the Environment, Choosing Kitchen Respray Projects
Tired of the old kitchen? Most people don’t think twice about changing its appearance. They throw out the old items and buy new furniture, tiles, appliances and countertops. Such practices, however, are far from cost-efficient and rational.
Modernising the kitchen in an environment-friendly way is possible. It’s called kitchen respraying.
Why Traditional Renovations are Wasteful
Every now and then, we want to refurbish our living spaces. Most often, renovations are required due to cosmetic defects or because we’re tired of a room’s appearance.
Traditional kitchen renovations happen to be very wasteful. The kitchen cabinets and furniture that get thrown out are usually in a good condition. They simply require a little bit of sprucing up to start looking new and modern.
Kitchen cabinets are typically made of wood, a natural and long-lived material. Wood can be refurbished multiple times without losing its structural integrity.
Why a Kitchen Respray Project Makes Sense
If you opt for respraying, you’ll use the furniture that’s already installed in your kitchen. Its appearance will be changed to improve the interior design and to get rid of the signs of aging.
Respraying refers to the application of a coat of paint on the surface. The air spraying allows for the application to be fine and even. It creates a beautiful finish and there are dozens of colours to choose among. Thus, by simply changing the colour and the texture of the cabinets, you’ll be transforming the appearance of the entire kitchen.
Apart from being an environment-friendly process, kitchen respraying is also cost-efficient. Getting the kitchen resprayed will cost you only 25 per cent of the amount you’ll have to invest in the purchase of new furniture. This way, you’ll be doing something beneficial for the environment and you’ll be enjoying affordable home renovations at the same time.
To get the most of a kitchen respray project, it’s important to choose the right professionals for the job. The quality of the paint and the finish will both be dependent on experience and the technology used. We’ve been in the business for multiple years and we’ve worked with dozens of clients. Our emphasis on quality and the personalised approach turn us into Ireland’s kitchen respraying leader.
Philip Mckinney owns and operates one of the largest and most successful kitchen respray companies in the industry. He essentially coined the term “kitchen Respray” when he purchased the domain kitchenrespray.com in 2010. He has developed most of the “best practices” and industry standards in the Respray sector. Philip has written hundreds of articles on every aspect of the business and processes including the wider scope of the respray business in general like PVC respray, Bath respray, furniture respray, worktop respray, and repair.