Size. Larger kitchens tend to have more cabinets. This means more time, labor, and materials, which increases the cost.
How much is being painted. There are the doors, frames, the cabinet box, the inside, and the shelves. The more you want to paint the more time, labor, and materials it’ll take.
Damages. If we find any damages we’ll let you know immediately and decide together what to do. It’s best to fix them instead of paint over them. Any damages will only get worse and may show up through the paint. Damages can also cause the paint to crack and peel more quickly.
Complexity. Size, the amount being painted, and damages fall into this. But, it can also include layout (tight, confined spaces can make painting harder). If your cabinets have paint or stain already on them we need to strip that off first.
Materials. The more expensive paints and stains are better choices. They tend to look better for longer than cheaper, lower-quality ones. This means you’ll have to paint them less often (which means you won’t have to give up your money, personal space, or cabinets as quickly).