Bringing Factory Finishing Into Your Home
The Cabinet Rehab Shop is your premier cabinet refacing, refinishing, and repainting shop in Worcester, MA. Owned and operated by Gerald (Gerry) Brodeur, who has over 35 years of experience in furniture refinishing and restoration, we’ve seen and done it all when it comes to cabinets. There’s no job too big or small for us.
Our experienced team of workers has a combined 100 years of experience in the restoration business, which is why we know we can help transform your kitchen or bathroom in no time at all. We’re dedicated to offering excellent customer service, affordable service, and quality work. When you choose The Cabinet Rehab Shop to update your cabinets, you choose an expert in the business.
We specialize in refinishing and repainting your existing cabinets for a professional and polished look or we can reface your cabinets and replace your doors and drawers for a brand new, modern look. If you dream it, we can make it happen.
Serving a 20-mile radius around Worcester, MA, the Cabinet Rehab Shop is your go-to solution for an updated kitchen or bathroom quickly and affordably.
Call (508) 986-8450 to ask about our FREE estimate service and to schedule your appointment, today!
Once we’ve given you a ballpark price on refinishing your project—within your budget—we’ll make a trip to the job site for a full quote and to take photos. While there, we’ll discuss color, hardware, pullouts, time frame, and more with you.
Our first day on the job, we’ll be removing doors and drawers—after you’ve emptied out all your cabinets, of course. Then, we’ll begin to protect surrounding surfaces from the finishing process by papering and taping your floors, appliances, windows, and other areas.
Our second day, we’ll continue to mask and, when applicable, we’ll erect construction tents so your home is fully protected from the process. We’ll also begin prep work on the cabinet structures.
Typically, the third and fourth days are spent priming, coloring, and beginning the finish coats. Sometimes this process requires another day or two—it all depends on the size of the job.
The good news is that, at this point, you should have use of your kitchen back, except for the doors and drawers.
During the second week, the same refinisher who did your in-house work will be working on your doors and drawers, using the same product and process used on-site. By the end of the second week, we’ll be back at your location installing doors, drawers, hardware, and finishing up any loose ends.
A: Call us or email us with pictures so we can provide preliminary pricing. This ensures that our services are in-line with your budget. If it looks like we could work together, then we’ll complete an on-site estimate. You can email your pictures and specs to us here.
A: For most jobs, we’re on site for 1-2 weeks, off and on. Some of the work is done in our shops (refinishing doors and drawer fronts, manufacturing new cabinets, etc.), so we disrupt your life as little as possible.
A: More often than not, our customers want to change their cabinet look from stained to painted. We can update your cabinets from stain to stain; stain to paint; and, in many cases, paint to stain.
A: Yes. Options for changing your cabinets include refinishing, refacing, or brand new. We offer Watzcraft products, which allow you to choose a custom finish and install.
A: Yes. We can fill gouges, repair dings, replace broken pieces and drawer runners, install new hardware, and even manufacture new cabinets if you want to add on. Share your ideas with us and we’ll work to make it happen.
A: It really doesn’t matter. If they’re done first, we’ll be careful to make sure they’re not damaged. If you have your cabinets done first, you’ll have to ensure the other trades are cautious about the newly finished cabinets.
A: Build soffits, add crown molding, add accents, modify cabinets, replace or add lazy-susans and custom pull-outs, and more.
A: No, we work on all cabinets and built-ins at your house or office.
A: We sure can. If you have large changes to make we have a licensed contractor that we work with. Minor changes we handle in-house.
A: Yes, we can install your hardware, or you can order new hardware through us.
A: Absolutely. Ask to see our supplier’s catalog.
A: We typically travel about an hour out from the Worcester, MA area. If you would like us to travel further, we can discuss accommodations.
A: Every job is different so there is no easy answer. If you email photos or call us with a description of what you’re trying to get the cabinets to look like we can give you a ballpark price. We’ll quickly know if the services we offer meet your budget and we’ll proceed from there.
A: We require a 50% deposit to schedule and commence the job, with the balance due on the last day of the job. All quoted prices are based on cash or check payment and reflect a 3% discount. If you want to pay by credit card please add 3% back onto the cost of the job.
A: Licensing is not required for our trade, but we are fully insured. However, if your project does require extensive carpentry we have a licensed contractor who we trust and partner with.