Kitchen Cabinet Refacing

A fraction of the cost, a fraction of the time, and a fraction of the mess and inconvenience makes Kitchen Cabinet Refacing in Southern New Hampshire an easy choice!


Refacing is a great option if you want a new look without spending a fortune. Compare cabinet refacing to a total kitchen remodel which can take several weeks and you can see why refacing is becoming such a popular choice for kitchen remodeling today.


 If  you plan to keep the existing layout of your kitchen exactly the same but wish to renew and update its look, cabinet refacing might be fore you.

Cabinet refacing, also known in the industry as cabinet resurfacing, lets you keep your existing kitchen intact while completely transforming its appearance by replacing old doors, drawer fronts and re-laminating  the cabinet box.

There is no need for repainting or re-staining! Cabinet refacing is the superior choice to gutting your old dingy kitchen and installing all new cabinets. Not only will this save you about half the cost of new custom cabinetry but it will also save a lot of time and mess.

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The Process

The process of kitchen cabinet refacing is simple and fast. Once we’ve decided on your new kitchen style we’ll schedule a time to get to work!

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Our team removes outdated cabinet doors and drawer fronts. With the cabinet face frames exposed, the cabinet boxes can be updated to match the new doors to be installed.

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Our team works to resurface the outside of the cabinet boxes with our best materials. We will replace drawers and drawer tracks and ensure that everything is in perfect working order and looking amazing!

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After only a few days you’ll have our team out of your hair and you’ll be able to enjoy and fully use your new kitchen! Simple and easy with no hassle at all, Kitchen Cabinet Refacing is the way to go!

Get In Touch


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Lee Veader is the owner and founder of Benchmark Home Improvements. Lee and his wife Meoghan have four amazing children, Lee Jr, Ian Veader, Maisie and Madison. Watching them grow has been such a joy for Lee and Meoghan. Family is of the utmost importance to Lee. He’s raised his family with the core values of honesty, truth and integrity. These are the same values in which he’s built his business on.

“It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.” – Harry S. Truman

“Team Benchmark” is a safe and fun team of like minded people that enjoy practicing the owners core values and his passion to follow through on his commitment to his clients. This amazing company culture has earned Lee Veader and Benchmark Home Improvements the honor of receiving the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics. With over a 95% client satisfaction rate and over 300 five star reviews, Lee prides himself in establishing trust and his commitment to customer service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You’ve got questions and we’ve got answers! If you have a question that isn’t listed here please don’t hesitate to reach out!

Can all New England cabinets be refaced?

If your kitchen is well-built and functional there is no reason to spend thousands of dollars to tear it all apart.  Even if you need more storage space, a cabinet reface can be combined with additional matching cabinetry that we build specifically for you, so that you can have more storage with a complete, fresh new look.  Pantries, extra cabinet units, desks or even a free-standing island can be custom made by our cabinet shop.  We have 45 years of experience and you’ll be able to choose from hundreds of color and style combinations.

What makes Benchmark better?

Aside from our raving client reviews, years in the business and commitment to exelency-Benchmark Home Improvements Laminate line of doors are made of the most durable product in the industry; As an added bonus, kitchen refacing actually reinforces the strength of your existing cabinets, providing even greater structural integrity for the years to come.

How long will I be without my kitchen?

A full kitchen remodel could render your kitchen unusable for as long as 6-8 weeks, but Benchmark Home Improvements can typically reface kitchen cabinets in just 2-3 days! Just think of how much money you would spend eating out for 6-8 weeks while workers are in your kitchen making a mess. You will be glad you took the time to talk to our professional kitchen advisers before you make your final decision on your kitchen.

What is the cost of cabinet refacing?

Our New England customers typically save up to half the cost of buying new custom cabinets.  By preserving your existing cabinetry, you can save enough to truly create the kitchen of your dreams.  This makes cabinet refacing a second-to-none money saving option for your kitchen remodeling project. You can finally upgrade to a luxury counter-top, add storage accessories, decorative moldings…build in all of those bells and whistles you might have otherwise gone without due to budget concerns.

Is refacing environmentally friendly?

Yes it is! You’ll feel great every time you walk into your newly refaced kitchen knowing that you made an environmentally friendly and responsible decision. Since kitchen cabinet refacing uses fewer resources, this Eco-friendly, affordable alternative for remodeling your kitchen will keep your perfectly good cabinets out of the the landfill. Keep in mind, refacing cabinets conserves the most precious resource of all—your money! You can save your green MONEY with this green alternative!

All of our products promote sustainable energy practices. Benchmark Home Improvements makes one of the most energy efficient home improvement products in the industry.

Made in the USA

Benchmark Home Improvements  refacing products are made 100% in the USA. We pride ourselves on creating jobs for our community and our dealers’ communities as well. Unlike other kitchen companies, whose products are made outside the country, we support the areas where we live.

“Our cabinets were put up in 1956-1959. They didn’t have machines back then do all those cabinets just did not have the wood”that mine were made of, nor did they have the depth, so I knew refacing was our best option and they came out beautiful!”