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FAQs for Replacement Cabinet Fronts

How do I measure for my replacement cabinet fronts? 

Please refer to our detailed measuring guide here

How do I know if my cabinets are frameless or framed?

With frameless cabinets, the hinges are installed directly into the side panels of the cabinet box. With framed cabinets, there is a frame that runs along the full perimeter of the cabinet box and that is where the hinge gets installed.

Can I reuse my current hinges? 

Yes, you can reuse your current hinges. In order to do so, you must select No Hinges / Undrilled upon checkout. Please note that your doors will come undrilled and you or your contractor will need to drill onsite to ensure a perfect fit with your hinges. Follow the “Measuring Guide for Using Existing Hinges” section of the measuring guide

How do I measure for a Lazy Susan? 

Please refer to the “Measuring for Lazy Susans” section of the measuring guide. Important Note: We DO NOT offer hinges and drilling for full overlay (1 1/4") Lazy Susan doors. If you have framed cabinets and need to include a Lazy Susan in your order, you must measure and order your entire project with the standard overlay (1/2"). You can also order them with No Hinges/Undrilled.

What is a blind corner cabinet?

A blind corner is the space that is created where two perpendicular lines of cabinets meet. A good use of limited kitchen corner storage space is to install a “blind corner cabinet,” which extends beyond the corner and takes up the unused space.

How do I measure for a blind corner cabinet door?

Measure for a blind corner cabinet door the same way you would measure for a standard door (according to which project type you have—no hinges/undrilled, frameless or framed). Keep in mind you are only measuring your existing door or the opening, not the full size of the cabinet. For example, a blind corner cabinet may take up 36" of space, but the door would only be used on 12" of that space. You will need a special hinge to work with a blind corner cabinet, so be sure to select blind corner at check out.

What is a diagonal cabinet?

A diagonal cabinet—also known as a corner cabinet—is a cabinet that is located in the corner of a room. It is often smaller than other cabinets. A diagonal corner cabinet is used when cabinets extend along the corner of a room, which is frequently the case in many kitchens.

How do I measure for a diagonal cabinet?

Measure for a diagonal cabinet door the same way you would measure for a standard door (according to which project type you have—no hinges/undrilled, frameless or framed). Keep in mind you are only measuring your existing door or the opening, not the full size of the cabinet. For example, a blind corner cabinet may take up 36" of space, but the door would only be used on 12" of that space. You will need a special hinge to work with a diagonal cabinet, so be sure to select diagonal cabinet as your type of piece at checkout.

Do you sell hinges?

Yes, we offer soft-close hinges for both framed and frameless cabinets when you purchase your custom replacement doors. Select Framed Hinges & Drilling or Frameless Hinges & Drilling at checkout. Each door will come with a set of hinges and the proper drilling to fit the hinge. We do not sell hinges à la carte

Do you make inset cabinet doors?

No. Our replacement doors are only made for frameless and framed cabinets that are installed over the face of the cabinet.

How do I get my cabinet frames to match the color of my new doors? 

If you chose a supermatte color finish, we suggest you get a color match at your local paint store and paint the frames. Be sure to use a primer first, we suggest Zinsser. Then use a very durable color matched paint. We suggest Benjamin Moore Advance Interior Paint.

If you chose one of our wood grain finishes, we sell material called “Edge Banding” that you can apply to the frames to match. 

How do I get my side panels to match the color of my new doors? 

You have two options for side panels: 

If you chose a Supermatte color finish, we suggest you get a color match at your local paint store and paint the frames. Be sure to use a primer first (we suggest Zinsser). Then, use a very durable color-matched paint (we suggest Benjamin Moore Advance Interior Paint).

If you chose a wood grain finish or prefer not to deal with the hassle of painting, we sell base and wall panels, trim, and toe kick that can be applied over your existing cabinets.

Do you have hardware? 

Yes, you can purchase decorative hardware from us here

Do the doors come drilled for hardware? 

No, our doors and drawer fronts are not drilled for decorative hardware

Do you offer drilling if we are not purchasing hinges from you? 

No. If you are not purchasing hinges directly from us we cannot drill the doors for you

Do you offer custom drilling and boring patterns? 

No. We do not offer any custom drilling or boring patterns

What is an overlay? 

An overlay has to do with how much of the face frame you see when the cabinet doors are closed. It’s the distance between the door and the outside edge of the cabinet (called the reveal). By selecting the “standard” ½” overlay, you’ll see more of the cabinet frame when the doors are closed. Frameless cabinets have a very minimal overlay, which is typically 1/16" of a reveal.

Can I change my overlay? 

Framed cabinets typically have a ½” overlay. We offer measuring instructions, hinges and drilling for the industry standard 1/2" overlay only. If you’d like to change your style to a full overlay, you can do so by ordering your doors undrilled/without hinges. Frameless cabinets have a very minimal overlay which is standard and cannot be changed

Can I cancel my order? 

Custom orders cannot be changed, canceled, or refunded

Can I return pieces?

Custom orders cannot be changed, canceled, or refunded

Can I make changes to an order I submitted?

Custom orders cannot be changed, canceled, or refunded

How quickly will I receive my doors? 

Please refer to our lead times page.