EDMONTON CABINET PAINTING COMPANY

Cabinet Painting

Repainting your kitchen or bathroom cabinets is a budget-friendly solution to give your space a fresh and updated feel.

CabinetPainting Services

On The Spot Painting delivers both speed and quality when it comes to your painting needs. 

custom kitchen cabinet painting

EDMONTON PAINTING COMPANY

Our top tips for painting your cabinets.

Here are some of our top recommendations for achieving the best results when painting your kitchen or bathroom cabinets.

Pain can icon

Choose the right paint

As with any paint project, picking the right paint for your cabinets is key. For wood cabinets, you have more options as you can sand down the current finish and just repaint. For laminate cabinets, you will need a bonding primer before you apply paint. Semi-Gloss or Satin finishes are best for cabinets as they are easiest to clean and won’t show as much wear and tear.

We love Cloverdale’s Kitchen and Bath paint or Benjamin Moore’s Regal Select Interior paint for cabinet painting projects.

clean

Prepare the cabinets

Take a look at the condition of your cabinets. If they are already painted and the paint is in good condition, you can clean and paint over the old paint. But, you may need to sand or strip the surfaces before you apply a new coat of paint. Make sure you empty the cabinets, remove any dirt or grease on the surfaces, and vacuum the interior to remove all the dirt and debris.

Paint brush icon

Prime the cabinets

Applying a primer is an important step as it provides a suitable surface for the paint to stick to and cover any small imperfections. Start with the inside of the cabinet and work your way out. Once you’ve got the inside of the cabinet painted, paint the frames, and then move on to the front and backs of the cabinet doors. You’ll need to leave plenty of time for the primer to dry before you move onto the final step: paint!

Paint roller icon

Get to painting

Use a similar pattern as you did with the primer and start with the interior of the cabinets and work your way out. You can use a high-quality brush for the smaller areas and corners and a foam roller for the doors. Always allow time for the paint to dry in between coats.

 

We're not happy until you're happy!

Nothing more important to us than getting the job done right. We’ll do a final walkthrough with you while the paint is drying to make sure no touch-ups are needed, then we’ll provide a full clean up once you sign off on the work. The next day, you’ll receive a follow-up call to ensure you’re happy with everything.

PAINTING PROFESSIONALS

You're In Good Hands​

Before starting to paint, our crew of professional painters will do a walkthrough to assess the project and get your home ready for painting:
kitchen cabinet painting

We're not happy until you're happy!

Nothing more important to us than getting the job done right. We’ll do a final walkthrough with you while the paint is drying to make sure no touch-ups are needed, then we’ll provide a full clean up once you sign off on the work. The next day, you’ll receive a follow-up call to ensure you’re happy with everything. If you’re not, let us know and we’ll work hard until you’re completely satisfied.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions about painting your cabinets and we have answers!

Repainting your kitchen or bathroom cabinets can save huge amounts of money when it comes to home renovations. If your cabinets are in decent shape, some TLC and a fresh coat of paint can make a world of difference. Done right, repainting cabinets can prolong the life of your cabinets and save you tons of money.

With a variety of options and techniques for painting different cabinets, you’re likely to find a cost-saving solution that will give you the refreshed feel you are looking for in your kitchen or bathroom.

The best paint for Kitchen Cabinets is Hybrid Enamel paint. This gives you the finish of an oil-based paint but with the easy cleanup of water-based paint.

If you are painting laminate cabinets, make sure you start with a good-quality primer. Once you’ve primed and sanded your cabinets, choose a paint that is designed to work on laminate surfaces.

For both wood and laminate cabinets, we recommend Sherwin-William ProClassic Interior Waterbased Acrylic Alkyd (available in semi-gloss and satin) or Benjamin Moore Advance.

 

As with Kitchen cabinets, you want paint that will give you a great finish but also can stand the humidity of a bathroom. We love Sherwin-William ProClassic Interior Water-based Acrylic Alkyd or Benjamin Moore Advance.

Make sure you go with the semi-gloss finish as it will ensure maximum durability and is ideal for high moisture areas.

Painting cabinets is a multi-step process and for best results, we recommend taking the time to prime and sand your cabinets doors and drawers before painting them.

For DIY lovers, cabinet painting is a hefty task to take on but with very rewarding results. If you’re short on time or need help to paint kitchen cabinets, contact us today and our team of painting professionals will ensure the job is done right the first time.