Cabinets

One of our many Specialties.

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Exterior

Top quality requires preparation!

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Interior

Like Picasso, preparation of the surface is paramount.

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Refinishing

Our finishes are designed to last and last.

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Colors

We can help assist you in choosing the proper colors.

5442 King Road
Loomis, Ca. 95650-9027

Office/Fax: 916-652-5309
Cell: 916-532-1755
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Cabinetry… just one of our many Specialties


The simple beauty of wood is enjoyed and value appreciated by everyone. Often times it is enough to clean, lightly sand, and clear coat, to give existing cabinets and woodwork an entirely different look. We believe Your woodwork and cabinets are furniture. Like all good furniture, it is possible to take light finishes and make them dark or lighter. It is also possible to take dark finishes and make them darker or lighter. The processes and products used are safer and easier. Often times it is less expensive to refinish than to replace doors and resurface. We encourage you to compare!

Look at the part of the cabinet that usually is not seen. Cabinets that are well made will last and last. So, why would you want a finish that will not live up to the life of your woodwork? For that reason, our finishes are designed to last and last. Here are some of the many processes used in our woodwork finishing:

Hand sanding to eliminate scratches.
Wood is inspected to determine need of a sap conditioner. Color depth may require non-grain raising dye.
Hand applied, brushed, or sprayed stain is determined by the base wood used; to achieve color consistency.
Surfaces are allowed to air dry slowly and naturally.
Catalyzed sealer can be applied to ensure moisture protection
Sanding cloth or paper buffs dried surface.
Second coat of catalyzed sealer can be applied to protect end grain of door panels, or all over, for more moisture protection
A warm controlled ambient temperature allows finish to harden, without baking the finish; which could dry and damage the wood.
If glaze is used an additional coat of catalyzed sealer can be used to protect the glaze.

Surface is wiped with a resin tack cloth to prepare for topcoat

Sealers used are designed to bond with topcoat of lacquer or
conversion varnish.

Temperature controlled drying gives a hard, bake type,
finish prior to final polish.

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